Which Stress Suit are you wearing?

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DSE Know yourselfAs Chapter 5 of The De-Stress Effect asks, which tendencies show up for you as symptoms when you’re feeling the pressure or as a result of long-term, chronic stress?

From doing the quizzes throughout the chapter, you can identify which is your most dominant Stress Suit, any lesser ones and of course how to address them through nutrition, movement and lifestyle considerations. There are then dedicated tables throughout the book for quick-reference.

The De-Stress Effect cover without endorsement rgbOn this page we link you to the most relevant help and advice within this site to help address the underlying stress-related causes to your health conditions and support the body systems that may be undermined by stress.

If you haven’t read The De-Stress Effect , click through to Amazon to see more and read the reviews.


The Stress Suits

stressed female receptionistStressed and Wired

To support a body that has been in ‘constant alert’ long-term, see:

iStock_000009884233LargeStressed and Tired

To support a body feeling the energy-sapping effects of long-term stress, see:

man trying to sleep with a pillow over his head and close to wakStressed and Cold

To support optimal thyroid function and metabolism, see:

Stressed and Bloated

bloatedTo support the full digestive and detoxification processes that can be affected by stress, see:

woman suffering back painStressed and Sore

To help reduce the chronic inflammatory responses associated with stress:

man eating chipsStressed and Demotivated

To help maintain good mental health, focus and mood in the face of stress:

a frustrated businesswomanStressed and Hormonal (women only)

To help support female hormone balance, which can be negatively affected by stress: