Stress Management Tip #2
The most frequently asked question from clients is "What can I do to manage my stress?"
Stress is the number one factor that affects every aspect of your health. If you're stressed all the time, working out really hard is probably doing more harm than good.
You need to look at your daily activities and start with prioritizing sleep, hydration and eating the foods that help fortify your body. Poor sleep and lack of hydration are huge factors in helping your body manage stress.
After you've had some good sleep, you will find that you head is clearer and your work outs will be much more enjoyable.
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