Stories of Survival
August 25, 2020
Stress? What stress!
The World Health Organization calls stress
'the health epidemic of the 21st Century.'
In ‘Stress? What stress!’ Victoria shares the disruptive effect
low-level stressors have on our wellbeing; why just like Goldilocks we all need just the right amount, and why sorting buttons doesn’t just mean a neat random button tin.
Guest Info Show Notes
Victoria Jones is a self-described Women’s Wellbeing Nurturer, sharing simple lifestyle strategies and important information women need about sleep, stress, bone, gut & brain health, and purposeful movement. She’s passionate about supporting and nourishing physical, mental AND emotional wellbeing.
Having been on the path to move away from the actions that were no longer working for her - from the behaviours that left her feeling exhausted, constantly overwhelmed, surviving on poor sleep with elevated cortisol levels, Victoria now helps those of us who are ready to move away from the ‘Eat Less, Move More’ approach – to feel energized, happy and healthy… just like she does.
Victoria is also a Sue Stone accredited coach and a member of the Sue Stone Foundation… whose aim is to focus on successful living and the science of how to get it.
She has one passion:
"To inpsire and support women to take control of their health, happiness and hormones by addressing what she calls the ‘foundations of wellbeing'."
Follow Victoria at: VictoriaJones.co.uk
I’m grateful for being alive.
I love my life.
: a physical, chemical, or emotional factor that causes bodily or mental tension and may be a factor in disease causation *
Victoria's top stress relieving tips...
In "The Power of Neuroplasticity," Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D., presents the scientific discovery that the thoughts we think physically rewire and reshape our brains and change our lives. Dr. Helmstetter shows how to use the latest research from the field of neuroscience to wire your brain to change attitudes, overcome negativity, improve health and fitness, reach personal goals, increase mental sharpness and clarity, improve usable IQ, super-charge your thinking and reshape your life, all with neuroscience on your side.
Stress has been called the "health epidemic of the 21st century" [World Health Organization]