Following on from Part 1 and our Cortisol blog, we explore the two other points raised in the main blog to keep your stress and therefore cortisol levels down in your body. It's time we used the tools at our disposal to limit stresses  influence in our daily lives.


Relax & sleep well

Everyone can be guilty of this at times, the thinking that taking that hour or two to actually treat ourselves to a...


We take a closer look into steps from our recent blog, Stress - Cortisol and You focussing on some of the steps in some more detail. Here we explore the first two tips, eating well and exercise, how these help, what we should look for and helpful tips to help succeed in this eternal battle.


Eating Well

A crucial factor in our lives, that can be a struggle at times as our emotional state is often l...

Stress is an unavoidable part of life it seems and is something we aim to control to the best of our abilities. How do we control this aspect? Why is it so crucial? What effects does it have on us?


The classic stress signs; fatigue, irritable, moody, sleep problems, headaches etc.. These common symptoms are brought about through an imbalance of CORTISOL, a hormone produced by the adrenal glands to...

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