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Stress Management For Introverts

Today’s society is primarily geared towards extroverts.

As a result, many of the activities that are suggested online for how to manage stress can fail to hit the mark for those who prefer solitude to a busy exercise class.

But introversion can be a bit of a superpower in an increasingly noisy and overstimulated world.

This week’s video explores how an introvert can use their natural tendency to withdraw as a way to manage stress as we look at three different techniques that can help you to relax:

  1. Me time
  2. Journaling and
  3. Hygge

Please let me know if you find it useful.

(Duration: 3:48 minutes. Hit CC for subtitles)

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How mindful eating can improve digestion

You’ve probably heard the expression ‘you are what you eat’; meaning that if you eat healthy food, you’ll live in a healthy body.

But there’s more to healthy eating than what’s on your plate.

Many of my coaching clients have digestive problems: IBS, bloated stomach, trapped wind, nausea.

This is because there’s a strong link between stress and the digestive system.

When your stress goes up, your digestion slows down.

As a result, your weight and general health is impacted.

So this week, I’ll share with you a stress hack that’ll help you to improve, and in some cases totally eliminate, your digestive problems and change the way you eat forever.

You’ll soon understand that you aren’t just WHAT you eat.

You are HOW you eat.

We call it Mindful Eating.

I hope you find this video helpful.

(Duration: 4.04 minutes. Hit CC for subtitles)