There is a surprising way to help your body manage stress so that you can stop self-sabotage and condition yourself into a state of abundance and ease.
How Stress Works
A little stress is good for you because it gives you drive and gets you out of bed in the morning and off the couch. However, too much stress compromises your thinking brain so that you cannot think straight to make sound decisions. That’s when your amygdala, the fight or flight part of your brain, has taken over your body functions to switch to instinct in order to prepare for survival.
Have you ever been in a situation where you are so under pressure that you hit a blank? You know you know the answer to the question, but it’s like your brain is a vacuum. It happens to students taking an exam, people doing public speaking, and someone being asked an opinion in a board meeting, to name a few examples.
It can also happen in situations that, on the surface do not warrant such a stress response, like writing a blog, reaching out to a person, or trying to focus on what you can do to move your life or business forward.