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Good Stress vs. Bad Stress: What’s the Difference?



“There’s not enough time in the day.” How many times have you heard that, or said it yourself? Probably more than you can count. So it’s no surprise that just like death and taxes, we can probably also always count on stress being a part of our lives.

Of course, there is good stress and there is bad stress.

Good stress comes in the form of a job promotion, a wedding, the birth of a new addition to the family, or taking a long-awaited vacation. Other examples of good stress would be learning a new skill, taking up a new hobby, going back to school, or the excitement of an upcoming holiday celebration.

Bad stress, on the other hand, can be seen in losing a job, financial worries, relationship woes, or loneliness.

Good stress naturally includes a desired outcome. For instance, the stress of a job promotion is tempered by a pay raise. The stress of planning a wedding results in a happy wedding day.

Take a look at bad stress situations, and they usually don’t have a definable outcome, so there isn’t a resolution.

By taking a bad stress situation and attaching a realistic desired outcome, you create a positive out of a negative. Now you can take action steps to attaining that desired outcome, instead of simply letting negative thoughts and worries take over your mind.

In order to accomplish this, of course, you must first be able to detect the stress, and label it good or bad. Then, you must be willing to turn the bad around and create a positive situation from it.

Our brains can’t tell the difference between the two types of stress – so with either good or bad stress comes the physical reaction of the brain releasing the stress hormone called cortisol.

Cortisol is the “fight or flight” hormone that enables us to get up and moving in a stressful situation. This was very useful in hunting-and-gathering times, but is less useful today as we simply do not need this hormonal response in the ways or in the amounts that we used to.

Be willing to take a deeper look at your stressful situations so that you can decide to flip it around if necessary. Create goals that attach to negative stress, and then work the steps necessary to achieve those goals.

Take control over your stress, and you’ll see a noticeable difference in your life!

How to Fire Your Stress: 10 Practical and Easy Stress Relieving Tips You Can Apply Now



Stress can be the source of so many problems and it often feels like the pressure never ends! Yet, there are simple ways to relieve stress without harming your body and mind.
Here are 10 steps to fire your stress and live a happier and more productive life:
  1. Cut out the busyness. What are some things you can cut out of your schedule to give you more quality time for you and your family?
    • What clubs or organizations do you belong to? What meetings or activities are you involved in? Is it all necessary?

    • Carefully consider which programs and activities you can remove from your schedule – then do it!

  1. De-clutter and organize your home. When your home is cluttered and unorganized, you tend to feel cluttered and unorganized on the inside, causing you more stress.
    • Get rid of the stuff you never use by selling it, throwing it away, or giving it to someone who’ll make use of it. Once you’ve done that, organize what’s left over and make a place for everything. If necessary, use labels and organizational containers to make it easy to find things again.

  1. De-clutter and organize your workspace. Organizing your workspace is no different than de-cluttering your home.
    • Remember, your external environment affects your internal peace. Messy on the outside likely means messy on the inside.

  1. One of the major stress factors is money. However, there’s a simple solution: a budget. Most people don’t like the word budget, but budgeting doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, financial planning actually helps you save money.
    • Do a search online to find a budgeting system that works best for you. It needs to be simple and easy to use every day. Once you’re on a budget you’ll feel a lot less stressed due to finances.

    • Seek the help of an experienced financial planner who can steer you on the right financial path.

  1. Enjoy what you do In our society you’ve probably learned somewhere along the way that more is better. Well, it’s not.
    • When you learn to be content with what you have right now, you’ll find much more peace within yourself.

  1. Get regular exercise. When you workout, your body burns off more than just fat and calories. Working out also burns off steam.
    • If you’re stressed due to work situations or family conflict, getting a good workout will help you relieve stress. You’ll be able to think and reason more clearly, which will help you deal with some of the core issues that are causing your stress.

  1. Eat healthier. Yes, eating healthy foods really does relieve stress because when your body is nourished properly, it functions optimally. Eating right lends itself to clearer thinking.
  1. Reduce your workload. If you have a heavy workload, either on the job or at home, do what you can to reduce it.
    • Take a good look at your routine and determine if the workload is really worth the toll it’s taking on your body and health. If it’s not – and there’s no end in sight – perhaps it’s not the proper solution to your problems anyway.

  1. Communication is key to relieving stress in your life. If you have friends you can talk to openly and honestly, seek them out.
    • Getting things off your chest will help you sort out problems and see your situation in a new light. The less foggy your mind is, the more stress you’ll be able to remove from your life.

    • It often helps to have someone outside of the situation to talk to, because they’ll likely see something you don’t.

  1. Journaling is a great way to relieve stress. You can have an outlet without having to reveal your deep thoughts to the world.
    • Journaling is a great way to see the progress you’ve made, which can be very therapeutic.

As you can see, there are many ways to reduce stress. Put them into practice now and you’ll soon begin to see a real difference in your life. Your stress will start to diminish and you’ll be free to enjoy your life!

Check out MY best way to fire my stress!

In the article "Find out the BEST way to fire your stress! Guaranteed!", I said that everyone has their own best way to get rid of stress and relax. There are several ways and techniques and all are very useful, but each person has a way that works best for him/herself...

Now, you will know the best way to get MY and relax ...

I think this will give you a hint ...
That's it ... I LOVE traveling, especially to Orlando. I love going to the Disney parks, Universal and Seaworld parks and Busch Gardens (believe it or not, the adrenaline rollercoasters Busch Gardens is a holy remedy for any stress that I have)... 😉

Here are a few more moments of great stress:
Welcome to the Dark Side ...
Ok, hat and beard are the Angry's, but I swear I'm not stressed ...
Yum! Beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeer... Harry Potter's butterbeer.
Here, stress was literally skyrocketed... and never came back...

Find out the BEST way to fire your stress! Guaranteed!

You know what’s the best way to fire your stress? The number 1? One that will let you fully relaxed and happy?

Ok, I’ll tell you … Are you ready?

The best way to fire your stress is …







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If that was your reaction, don’t worry… I’ll explain.

Each person has his/her own best way to fire your stress, in a general way. What is relaxing for you may not be as much to me or to anyone else (suddenly, what relaxes me can even be stressful for you and vice versa).

For example, many people relax by reading a book. Other watch television, access the internet, take a good bath (particularly, I love a good hot bath) and so on.

Through this blog (and, with your permission, also through some really cool articles to your email – just put your name and email in the box on the top of the page and follow the instructions), I will show a number of techniques that you will help get fire your stress.

These techniques are very useful, but it is also important that, sometimes, you also do the same pure leisure activities that you enjoy and make you relax.

(In next post, I’ll tell you what I like to do … 😀 )

The 7 major symptoms of stress

Do you feel stressed all the time? Stress is something we all face regularly, but when it starts to have a negative effect on our body and mind, it's time to turn on a yellow alert...
What many people do not know is that stress is a condition that adversely affects the body. In fact, stress has a greater impact on our bodies than most of us realize.


Some Facts About Stress and Your Body

There are some scary facts about the price they charge the stress in the body. When you look at them, it is hard to deny that we all need to learn to manage our stress more effectively. Some of these facts include (2009 data from studies conducted in the United States):

• 43% of all adults have health problems related to stress;
• 75-90% of all doctor visits are stress-related;
• 82% of workers are at least a little stressed at work;
• Stress costs companies more than U.S. $ 300 billion each year.


Seven Ways in which your body is affected by stress

There is the "good" stress, which keeps us alert without harming our health, but we usually only hear about the "bad" stress, sometimes known as chronic stress.

Chronic stress gradually affects your health in the first place; in fact, you may not even notice their symptoms! And if stress is not managed, the symptoms will get worse and its effects may even be irreversible.

Seven ways in which stress can manifest in your body are:

    • 1. Depression. When you are stressed, it is very common to be depressed. There is only a limited amount of chemicals in the brain to help a person cope with stress, and when they end up ... well, they just end. This can lead a person to become deeply depressed in a relatively short period of time.
    • 2. Anxiety. Those who are stressed tend to deal with uncontrollable levels of anxiety. Anxiety and depression often walk together and it can cause many harmful changes in the physiological functioning of the body.
    • 3. heart DISEASES. Stress is closely linked to heart attacks and deaths associated with cardiovascular diseases. When stress is not managed, your body deteriorates rapidly and the heart is often deeply impacted.
    • 4. Diabetes. Diabetes type 2 is one of the largest and fastest growing epidemics in the world and mental and physical stress can cause rapid fluctuations in blood sugar levels. The long-term effects associated with this disease include heart disease, blindness, liver failure, kidney disease and more.
    • 5. Loss of hair. Sometimes we make jokes with our friends and family when they start losing hair, but it can be a symptom of unmanaged stress. If your hair is falling out prematurely, do not blame genetics so fast: look closely at how you are dealing with stress in your life and see if there is anything you can do to control it more effectively.
    • 6. Obesity. We often deal with stress using a "safety valve" and one of the most used is consuming unhealthy food. And we all know what problems this habit can cause: high levels of glicosis, cholesterol and so on, which leads to so many diseases.
    • 7. Sexual dysfunction. Stress is one of the most common symptoms associated with impotence in men.
As you can see, stress can affect your health in many ways and this list is far from covering all the bad effects of stress on your body and mind. You can also suffer from hyperthyroidism, obsessive-compulsive disorder, ulcers and even cancer, just to list a few more problems. Stress is a serious problem! Do not take it lightly.
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