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If you suffer from adrenal fatigue, you’re probably already well aware of the importance of reducing your daily caffeine consumption – but what about alcohol? Is it still OK to drink alcohol when you are experiencing adrenal exhaustion?
As we discussed in a recent post, keeping a daily journal to record your recovery progress can be incredibly useful. Regularly writing down your thoughts and feelings enables you to let go of your emotions – and it can be highly beneficial when it comes to reducing the stresses and anxieties you experience each day.
Jim Rohn has over the years encouraged people in search of the good life to make use of a journal. The effects journals can have over our life can be astonishing.
But instead of finding new answers to life, and tracking your recovery from Adrenal Fatigue a journal can open a floodgate of new questions such as:
We all know how our increasing reliance on technology is causing stress and anxiety in modern society. But it’s also worth considering how technology can actually help us to manage and reduce stress in our everyday lives.
We’re constantly being told about the importance of keeping active and exercising on a regular basis. Of course, exercise most definitely is a crucial part of living a long and healthy life. But have you ever stopped to consider that too much exercise can actually be nearly as bad for you as not getting enough?
Social media attracts millions of followers, with Facebook taking the lead (with over two billion users), followed by YouTube (1.5 billion), Instagram (800 million) and Twitter (330 million). There can be no doubt that our lives and society have been hugely impacted by social media.
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