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Life's demands can lead to overwhelming stress, affecting us both mentally and physically. I've been there – stress brought me to the edge and almost killed me, causing a severe brain haemorrhage. That experience inspired me to create "Surviving Stress", a space to explore stress, its impact, and how to overcome it.

Understanding Stress: Stress isn't just an emotion; it's a complex response triggered by life's challenges. But prolonged stress can harm our mental health and well-being.

Why/ How Stress Affects Us: Our bodies' fight-or-flight response, once vital for survival, can now harm us in our fast-paced lives.

Start Your Journey: There's no one-size-fits-all solution for stress. Your journey is unique, and seeking support is a sign of strength.

Path Forward: Here, we guide you through stress's effects, triggers, and techniques to lessen its grip. This journey is about progress, not perfection.

Take the First Step: Acknowledging stress is the first step to empowerment. Let's unravel its complexities together, for a healthier, brighter life. It's time to thrive amid life's challenges.

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Join me as we explore Stress and how to combat the affects. 

My Experience of stress

Luckily I have managed to expose myself through out my career to senior positions and large, impactful projects before I decided to take the step to working for myself as a "Business Coach". Using my experience, ideas and unique approach as been amazing. Sut "Stress" has always been a major factor in my life. I thought it was a badge of honour (as many do). Its something that we all think will deal with itself or "get over it". Until one day it all went dark and I had a major bleed deep inside my brain. I shouldn't of survived it and I certainly should have more visible symptoms. But its time now to talk about stress and work with people to recognise its dangerous affects.

What the fuck is stress?

Stress is your body's natural response to challenges. When you encounter a perceived threat, your brain initiates a "fight or flight" reaction, releasing hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol. This physiological response prepares you to confront or escape the threat. While stress can be advantageous in certain situations, persistent or excessive stress can have detrimental effects on your physical health and emotional well-being. Long-term stress has been associated with various health concerns, including cardiovascular issues and heightened anxiety. Managing stress through healthy coping strategies is essential for maintaining your overall health and quality of life.

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