There are 3 forms of chronic stress that must be eliminated or at least limited in order to maintain your health. Chemical, Physical, and Emotional stress are the cause of virtually every chronic disease on the planet. Addressing all 3 means you put your body into a healing state and if you’re exposed to all 3 stressors you’ll experience health issues. Here’s a little bit of information on how to properly deal with each form of stress.

Chemical Stress

The first step would be incorporating all the proper diet and lifestyle changes to strengthen your immune system and give your body everything it needs to heal properly. Start by switching to an organic, plant based diet with plenty of healthy fats like coconut oil. You need to avoid any packaged or processed food as well as any meats because these are loaded with toxins which directly affect the health and quality of your body. You also need to supplement appropriately with vitamin D3, vitamin C with bioflavonoids, omega 3 (fish oil), Lugol’s Solution (iodine), chlorella, spirulina and a mineral/amino acid supplement like Body Balance from Life Force. Make sure you get the highest quality supplements you can find because these are vital for improving your health.
Check out this video to learn about more healthy dietary and lifestyle changes you can start making right now to improve your health:

Physical Stress

Remember that the nervous system controls everything including the thyroid and adrenal glands and any nerve interference particularly coming from the spine will affect function of your organ systems. Physical stress can also be from excessive physical activity or a sedentary lifestyle. It’s best to incorporate a proper exercise routines that you can do on a daily basis to make sure you’re properly dealing with physical stress. I recommend incorporating High Intensity Interval training into your daily routine. My associate, Dr. Mike did an entire video on this subject if you’d like to learn more:

Physical stress can also originate from underlying problems in the spine which negatively affect the nervous system, so I’d highly recommend that you get corrective chiropractic care. The best option would be to find a corrective chiropractor that can analyze your spine and nervous system, identify the specific problems, and correct them accordingly. Make sure you find a chiropractor with the skills necessary to reshape the structure of the spine, restore normal biomechanics, and stimulate the nervous system to promote healing and normal function.
Here’s a video that’ll help you find the best possible chiropractor in your area:

Emotional Stress

Emotional stressors can be from work, relationships, family, financial troubles and more. These all activate your body’s stress response and negatively affect your health. Try to eliminate any emotional stressors present in your daily life as best you can and watch my videos on Changing your Mindset to learn techniques that’ll help in dealing with stress.
Here’s a video on Changing your Mindset:

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