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Tips for Optimizing Your Health
and Overall Well Being

By Mikkie Mills

With our hectic daily lives it is often easy to overlook the need to take care of ourselves. When we get stressed or worn out, then the ones we love often suffer as well. If you are looking for ways to enhance the way you think, feel, and function; then read on. You will find useful information that will help you lessen stress, as well as pinpoint reasons as to why your body is sending you warning signs.

Many people are not aware that stress can induce rashes on their skin. However, these stress rashes can occur if you face stress on a regular basis. This issue does not only pertain to people; it can affect our loved ones as well. Maybe you have noticed a rash on your cat, or your dog skin rash has sent them itching furiously. If the problem is not acknowledged, then over time your furry loved ones may begin losing their hair and suffer from dry patchy skin.

To avoid these unnecessary side effects consider a few simple lifestyle changes that will help lessen the burden of daily stressors. Consider changing your attitude to a more positive outlook if you feel life is overwhelming. You also want to ensure you are getting plenty of sleep, eating a healthy diet, and exercising regularly. Make sure you incorporate your animal into your new routine to ensure they are gaining the same stress relief in their life as well.

It will take a little bit of time to feel the effects of stress subside. However, if you hang in there, then you will obtain the benefits of the life changing routine you have initiated. Your pet will thank you as well. It is important to consider the fact that animals are very active by nature. When they must suppress their actions, stress begins to show up in unwanted illnesses and side effects.

It is very important to drink plenty of fluids, preferably water. This will help your body function at optimal levels, as well as boost your brain functioning and help keep your digestive system moving. It is a wise practice to lessen your alcohol and caffeine consumption. These substances are known to wreak havoc on our bodies systems, as well as our minds. It may take some time, but you will find the correct balance for your life.

A really great way to reduce stress is to take a time out. Consider reading a book, practicing yoga, or even simply sitting with the lights low in silence. This time will help you relax, but do not find yourself consumed in worrisome thought.

Every new change to your daily routine will require an adjustment period. What begins as a practice will eventually become a habit. Ultimately, this leads to a new way of life. As long as you are staying positive and continue the practice of caring for yourself and loved ones, you will reap the benefits of a far less stressed life.

You will also notice a nice change in your pet’s attitude. In time you will both feel better, look better, and easily cope with the daily stressors that accompany life. You may find yourself drifting back into a negative or inactive lifestyle from time to time. Just remember to regain control and utilize the beneficial practices you have learned.

In time stress will fade away, you will sleep better at night, and you will enjoy life more fully. You will also find your pet is less depressed, more active, and unsightly rashes are a thing of the past. There is no need to wait another day to better your life; start small by going for a walk today. If you have a pet, then you have the best motivator on your side to help keep you active.

About Mikkie Mills: “I’m a Chicago native who loves to share her expertise about personal development and growth. When I’m not writing, I’m chasing the little ones around or rock climbing at the local climbing gym.” More articles by Mikkie.

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