Beauties, it’s Stress Awareness Day… so let’s talk about stress and how it impacts your wellbeing.
One thing that we have all become aware of is that stress is responsible for so much that affects our wellbeing: basically everything from our sleep patterns, our skin health, our digestion and everything in between is impacted by our stress levels.
Regular followers know that wellbeing yours and ours is at the heart of what we share so we’ve created this post with highlights from some of our favourite stress posts. (you’re welcome) The advice and tips from ourselves and experts will definitely help you on your stress reduction journey.
Here’s a sobering statistic:
In a study by the Mental Health Foundation, it found that three in four Britons were completely overwhelmed by stress. It also revealed that stress affected women more than men with roughly 81% of women left unable to cope, compared to 67% of men. Young adults are also the most vulnerable to stress with 83% of 18 to 24-year-olds left overwhelmed or unable to cope.
Are you truly coping with stress?
We’re delighted to be sharing with you an article from Success Coach Lisa Cybaniak, a panelist at our recent ‘Your Wellbeing is Your Superpower’ event and a regular Wow Beauty contributor! Today, Lisa is discussing in more depth what she touched upon at the wellbeing event… how to deal with symptoms of stress by taking back control and honouring yourself. Read the feature here.
Live ‘Fear’ Less! – A feature from Wow Beauty Wellbeing Contributor Sonia Greyson Newman
How much does fear hold you back? Your fears may even be holding you back without you realising it! We’re excited to share this great post by regular wellbeing contributor Sonia Greyson Newman about how to fear less and live more. Read the feature here.
Wow Beauty Founder Denise Rabor: Don’t Stress About Being Stressed
Know your limitations – let me clarify for you…this means stop over extending yourself! Don’t say yes to things that are going to stress you out to do, achieve or attend. There’s nothing worse than the anxiety created by having committed to something that you are actually too tired or too pushed to do.
Learn time management – This links nicely to the first point but also reminds us that when we don’t manage our time it can lead to anxiety and stress! Don’t underestimate the ti