C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.
Stress is any pressure that increases adrenalin, cortisol or raises blood sugar. It can be:
- Physical- burns, injuries, cuts, temperature, weight
- Emotional- fear, anger, guile, anxiety, depression
- Chemical- toxins, poisons, excess or deficient levels of any nutrient
- Nuclear- radiation
The best way to avoid being overstressed is to live without pressure, to sleep 8 hours every night, to eat only real food and avoid all fast food restaurants and processed foods, sugar, added fructose, artificial sweeteners and trans-fats, MSG, cell phones( USE ONLY FOR EMERGENCIES!), EXERCISE AT LEAST 30 MNUTES DAILY, do autogenic training, and use Air Bliss. Detox with saunas, hot soaks, or a castor oil bath.