Does stress consume you on a day-to-basis? Do you want to relax but don’t know how?
Although Chrystal has done a lot of work to end her anxiety and depression, she recently learned how past stress had damaged her body. You may believe that stress is solely emotional, but it can also cause physical harm that is more challenging to undo. To help her listeners combat the effects of cortisol in their bodies, Chrystal lays out practical tools to reduce stress and lead more self-supportive lives.
Tune into this week’s episode of Self-Love for Breakfast for an essential conversation on stress reduction. Learn more about Chrystal’s tips for stress management, how trauma manifests in your body, and the benefits of embodiment work.
- “The thing about stress is it isn’t just mental and emotional. Stress affects us physically. And stress can manifest as disease.” (6:36-6:50) Chrystal)
- “We need to think better. We need to feel better. We need to heal these parts and pieces of ourselves to better support our bodies.” (7:38-7:46) Chrystal)
- “Whatever mood you’re in or whatever mood you’d like to be in, there is a meditation for that.” (15:12-15:16) Chrystal)
- “Embodiment work, honestly, it’s the future.” (20:47-20:49) Chrystal)
- “If you are looking to reduce stress in your life, it is essential you identify what the heck is stressing you out.” (21:50-21:57) Chrystal)
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