Mrs. Money: Natural Stress Relief

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on July 6, 2011 2 Comments

Stress is something that we will all experience at many points in our lifetimes.  Many Americans are over worked and over stressed.  Fortunately, there are many remedies you can use for natural stress relief.  Many of them are low cost or even free! Here are some things that help me lower my stress level.

  • Take a walk.  Exercise releases endorphins, which help you relax.  Exercise is free!  Taking a walk around your neighborhood can help clear your mind and even improve your fitness.  Yoga, Pilates, and walking are all good for stretching your muscles and relaxation. 

  • Talk to a friend.  My friends are excellent support systems, and when I'm feeling stressed I reach out to them.  They always lend an ear, and often contribute advice if I ask for it. Talking to a therapist is also a great idea if you can afford to do so. There are many ...
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Top 10 Secrets To Alkalizing The Body For Radiant Health

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on May 25, 2011 7 Comments

By Dawn Sanders for PUREINSIDEOUT

NEWS FLASH: 6 out of 10 Americans are overweight and over acidic!

Dr. Robert Young author of “The pH Miracle” has shown that fat is actually an over-acidification problem. What does that mean? The body creates fat cells to carry acids away from your vital organs, so these acids literally don't choke your organs to death. Fat is saving your life! Fat is actually a response from the body to an alarming over-acidic condition.

Here are some aspects regarding pH you may find useful. The body’s pH is measured on a scale of 0 – 14. Midrange at 7 is where the pH is balanced. Anything below 7 is acidic and a state where your body does not function as designed. Above 7 is called Alkaline. Alkaline is the state in which your body thrives. Disease cannot live in an alkaline environment.

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Only One Place To Be. 3 Tips to Maximize your 'Now'.

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on May 18, 2011 0 Comments

It's very easy to get lost in memories.  The triumphs and regrets of the past often stay with us far longer than they're useful.  Just the same, we can become lost in the future.  Whether it's worry and fear, goals and expectations - the energy we use on what we cannot guarantee and what we can generally not anticipate is bigger and potentially more destructive than we think.

This is not to say that the wisdom of the past cannot help and guide us.  Nor is it to say that we should live our lives with no heed to tomorrow.  What is key to remember is that we are at our best and life is lived at its richest in the present moment.  Really, it's all we have.  The past cannot be changed, but it can be distorted and it can cripple us.  The future is not ...

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emWave Stress System

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on May 17, 2011 0 Comments

What Is A Crystal Salt Lamp?

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on May 17, 2011 1 Comment


What are the Crystal salt Lamps

Himalayan crystal salt  offers numerous health benefits to man kind as opposed to the ordinary salt  being harvested on polluted sea beaches and  filthy lakes. Crystal salt has endured the longest 250 millions years natural process underneath the Himalayan hills which process had shaped it into perfect crystalline. Its one of the purest salt on this planet , naturally enriched with 84 essential minerals and trace element in exact the same proportion as in human body.


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Salt lamps carved from the ancient Himalayan crystal salt are considered as the  best and cheapest air  ionizers. It starts emitting ions when lit by an electric bulb of 15 or less wattage. The theory is that The Himalayan rock salt lamps bind the negative ions with deadly positive ions. When the lamps are lit and get worm with the heat of electric bulbs(15-40watts depends on ...

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Health Benefits of Epsom Salt Baths

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on May 17, 2011 6 Comments

by Melissa Breyer via CARE2.

Most of us know about the importance of iron and calcium for our bodies, but what about magnesium? It is the second most abundant element in human cells and the fourth most important positively charged ion in the body. It helps the body regulate over 325 enzymes and plays an important role in organizing many bodily functions, like muscle control, electrical impulses, energy production and the elimination of harmful toxins.

Most of us are deficient in magnesium, so I’m going to put on my wise-granny hat on here and tell you this: soaking in a bath with Epsom salt, which is high in magnesium, is one of the easiest ways to get a boost.

According to the National Academy of Sciences, American’s magnesium deficiency helps to account for high rates of heart disease, stroke, osteoporosis, arthritis and joint pain, digestive maladies, stress-related illnesses ...

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Anxiety and Panic: Gaining Control Over How You're Feeling

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on May 15, 2011 0 Comments


What is anxiety?

Anxiety is a word that describes feelings of worry, nervousness, fear, apprehension, concern or restlessness. Normal feelings of anxiety often serve as an "alarm system," alerting you to danger. For example, imagine coming home and finding a burglar in your living room. Your heart beats fast. Your palms get sweaty. Your mind races. In this situation, anxiety can provide an extra spark to help you get out of danger. In more normal but busy situations, anxiety can give you the energy to get things done.

But sometimes anxiety can be out of control, giving you a sense of dread and fear for no apparent reason. This kind of anxiety can disrupt your life.

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Are there different types of anxiety?

Yes. Anxiety can be a general feeling of worry, a sudden attack of panicky feelings, or a fear of a certain situation ...
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CSM: Six tips for creating a cozy garden hideaway in your yard

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on May 10, 2011 0 Comments

By Betty Earl / April 26, 2011 via CSMONITOR

There’s something very appealing about escaping to a charming, quiet spot in your own garden where you can sit down to relax, enjoy a book, a cup of coffee, or the morning paper while surrounded by the beautiful textures, sights, and smells of your own yard.

While you can experience any of these things from a lawn chair plopped down in the middle of your backyard, the experience can be greatly enhanced in the comforting seclusion and tranquility of a cozy garden hideaway.

Whether you create a large, elaborate enclosure, or one that is simple, yet cozy, you will certainly treasure your time spent there. So, since the basic goal of any cozy hideaway is to make it a serene place for relaxation, don’t rush the idea. Take the time to think it through and plan accordingly.

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3 Tips to Combat Stress

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on May 10, 2011 0 Comments

Living Off the Tops of Our Heads and 10 Lies We Tell to Ourselves

by Peter S. for Lose Stress Now on April 27, 2011 0 Comments

by Peter Strayer for Lose Stress Now

LOSE STRESS NOW - April 26, 2011:  If we could take a look at a daily transcript of all our thoughts I'm sure we'd be amazed.  The patterns, tones and flat-out nature of what goes through our minds if often far beyond our conscious management.  

Most people are physically wide awake but mentally they're unconsciously flowing through each day with no particular control or mindfulness of thoughts or emotional patterns.  This passivity lets their feelings drive their thinking as they go along.  

This is not necessarily anything bad, but depending on how you would assess your quality of life, you may or may not be interested in getting a better sense of how your mind works - gaining an awareness of your well-worn mental highways and your roads less traveled.  

Meditation is a wonderful way to quiet the internal dialog, gain enough ...

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