Is Stress a BIG Deal?

Sep 06, 2022

Everyone gets stressed from time to time.

Whether you’re struggling in your relationship, dealing with a difficult boss, or grieving the loss of a loved one, stress happens. 

Most of us don’t overthink it until it gets bad. 

How much stress is too much?

If you have these symptoms, your stress levels might be too high:

  1. Frequent headaches. 
  2. Chest pain, tension, or tightness. 
  3. Digestive issues. 
  4. Muscle tension or cramps.
  5. High blood pressure and heart rate. 
  6. Reproductive issues, like painful periods or impotence. 
  7. Chronic fatigue, regardless of how much you sleep. 


What happens when you have chronic stress?

When you’re super stressed over a long period, hormones like cortisol are higher than usual. Your body is often – or always – in fight-or-flight mode. 

This can increase your risk of heart-related issues like diabetes, stroke, or heart attack since your heart has to work overtime to regulate your overstimulated system. 

Stress hormones can also suppress immune function, making you more likely to get sick. 

Stress has even been linked to cancer in some cases. 

As much as hustle culture has been normalized, and stress has become a sign that you’re a superhero – it’s something to take seriously.

Caring for your nervous system is incredibly important.

When your nervous system is strong, you’re more resilient to stress factors, like a high-pressure work environment, a breakup, or financial struggles. 

How can you strengthen your nervous system and reduce stress?

1. Identify where you’re at through the NES Scan.

A 10-second voice scan can give you a full picture of what’s going on in your body at the energetic level, and what needs support.

This includes the impact of stress on your nervous system and elsewhere.

Rather than speculating about what’s going on in your body, you’ll see it spelled out.

 2. Add Infoceuticals into your routine.

These are our liquid remedies that are imprinted with proprietary bio-information.

They’re imprinted under a strong electrostatic charge with light and magnetic fields, giving each Infoceutical a unique signature that brings imbalanced areas of the body back into balance.

Infoceuticals help restore your baseline health, so it’s easier for the body to self-regulate.

Some Infoceuticals are designed to support stress reduction, while others work with the energy system of digestion, both of which may help with the absorption of nutrients from your food and supplements. This means getting more health benefits from those as well!

In a study on the effectiveness of Infoceuticals, 231 out of 240 study participants reported improved health after taking Infoceuticals.

Another 6-month, double-blind, placebo-controlled study involving 54 subjects showed that the NES Infoceuticals reduced self-reported stress levels.

In another instance, a pilot study saw an average 19% drop in blood pressure in participants taking Infoceuticals.

Infoceuticals are hugely helpful when it comes to stress reduction and full-body health.

3. Take a look at your diet.

Processed foods and foods high in sugar can play a significant role in stress.

Focus on fresh, whole foods, as close to the source as possible: Vegetables, fruits, fish, meat, eggs, grains, beans, high-quality dairy, and healthy fats.

Everyone’s dietary needs are different, but it’s clear that diet impacts stress and that whole food are always a good idea.

Foods that are especially helpful for stress reduction include salmon, eggs, walnuts, leafy greens like kale, beans, avocado, seaweed, and olive oil.

4. What’s in your cup?

Caffeine and alcohol can increase stress, in many cases.

Drinking too much caffeine stimulates the body to pump adrenaline and cortisol, two hormones related to stress.

Alcohol is a known toxin, and it burdens the body since your kidneys and liver have to work hard to get rid of it.

Reducing or removing caffeine and alcohol, for the time being, can make a huge difference in your stress levels.

5. Make things easier on yourself.

If you have symptoms of chronic stress, streamline your life as much as possible.

Ask for help, and take any unnecessary tasks off your plate.

It can be difficult to ask for help and do less, but if doing so can help you avoid illness, it’s worth it.

If you don’t slow down now, your body might force you to slow down later.

Taking preventive measures as soon as you notice stress is one of the smartest and most courageous things you can do.

When you’re healthy, you can show up for your loved ones with even more strength and presence. That’s the best gift.

If it means going slower, for now, it’s worth it.