Stress is on the Rise for Women! An American Psychology study reported that Women are likely to report physical and emotional systems linked to their stress more so than men.
Though they report similar average stress levels, women are more likely than men to report that their stress levels are on the rise. They are also much more likely than men to report physical and emotional symptoms of stress.
My guest in conversation is Rachelle Ballard Clayton a qualified health, movement & wellbeing coach & her mission is to help women truly understand their amazing and unique body throughout their life transitions.
During the conversation we discussed
- How to recognise stress the good stress as well as the bad in your body and what you can do
- The different types of stress – the Good stress which kicks in in an emergency and is usually short-lived. Chronic stress including low level chronic stress.
- The ‘perfectionist gene’
- How diet affects stress
- Avoiding information overload
- Ways to reduce stress in your life
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Rachelle Ballard Clayton a qualified health, movement & wellbeing coach & her mission is to help women truly understand their amazing and unique body throughout their life transitions.
Rachelle’s philosophy is one of a holistic view. Our body is intricately connected as a whole and sometimes, somewhere along the line we can lose the ability to really tune into our own physical & emotional needs. Teaching simple, quick health & wellbeing strategies to integrate into women’s lives is something she is passionate about.
Connect with Rachelle
- Downloadable booklet and video tutorials on the common women’s health issues we face
- Stress & ways to manage it
- 21 days to reset and restore challenge
- Am I in menopause?
- Pelvic pain, incontinence or prolapse signs/symptoms
- Hot flushes and how to support yourself
- When do I need to see a doctor or specialist?