Monday mornings are when most heart attacks occur!
When am I going to die?
Well hopefully not today, but did you know that Monday mornings at 9am are the most dangerous time. So I’m sending this email in time for you to make some changes because:
Research shows that this is the time when most heart attacks occur.
Have you ever felt the Sunday night blues, it starts about 2 or 3pm slowly creeping up on you letting you know your freedom is over for another week and you’re going back to chores, responsibilities, annoying colleagues and deadlines that you don’t want to be dealing with.
This even happens occasionally when you have your own business and doing what you love, so we all need to be careful.
Stress is a killer
Stress is a killer and more and more people are dying from stress related illness every week. Anxiety, overwhelm, fear, anger, etc are also all related to stress.
Maybe you’ve been to your doctors whose prescribed medication and now you have another side effect or illness on top of your stress.
Medication doesn’t get rid of the issue for good, it suppresses it which means you will develop something else wrong with you so that you will go and work on the stuck emotions that are being stored in your body.
So what can you do about stress
* Contact me (your very own Body Whisperer) and find out how these issues can be
released from your body for good
Don’t wait – Just do it
* Take regular breaks
* Reward yourself with something you love ie a chocolate cake or watching for favourite show
* Delegate to other people
* Stop saying yes to everyone else and putting yourself last
* Get great sleep every night
* Reduce your debt
* Look for a new job
* Keep away from work colleagues who drive you insane
* Get some new hobbies
These are just some of the things you can do – Take 5 minutes to write down what you need to do to reduce your stress.
Unfortunately no one can tell you what you need, they can give you ideas but it’s up to you to find out what they are and start implementing them.
On a Sunday night if the blues start to set in, go out for dinner, go for a walk. Do anything to change your routine so that you can get your brain thinking about something else.
Before you know it, it will be Monday night and you will have survived the most stressful day and time of the week.