Americans are more stressed now than during any other time in modern history, with 75% of adults reporting feeling stressed on a regular basis.
The human body was simply not designed to feel stressed all the time. Scientists have now proven that feeling stressed over long periods of time has severe health consequences, including heart disease, depression, digestive disorders, diabetes, respiratory diseases and acne—among many other issues.
We can't change the way society is structured, but we do have the power to take control of how it affects our health. Forming an effective stress relief routine is important so that you can consistently help your mind and body recover from the harmful side-effects of stress and live a healthier, happier life.