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Diabetes Freedom

by Mathew John (2020-02-20)

Stress and diabetes - they often hit you together. Diabetes Freedom Review Living with diabetes is stressful by itself. And stress can raise your blood glucose levels by causing your body to put out stress hormones and transmitters like cortisol, epinephrine, and norepinephrine into your system. And stress comes in all forms, psychological, social, and biological (oxidative stress). If you have diabetes, it is even more important than ever to deal more effectively with your stress load.But how? Here are 3 tips to help you change how you react to stressful situations in whatever form they show up in your daily life.Learn the relaxing breath. There are dozens of different techniques and traditional systems of healing that rely on the relaxing breath to unwind your tension. The basics are that when you feel stress building, take a time out. You want to sit in a comfortable chair, eyes closed, inhale deeply and slowly and imagine the air expanding down into your abdomen. Then exhale slowly and smoothly.One way or another, you want to shift from shallow fast upper chest breathing to slow, regular abdominal breathing. As you inhale and exhale, imagine yourself in a soothing and peaceful place, whatever location you resonate with is a good choice. Try to experience as much of the sensory experience of your peaceful place in your mind - sounds, sights, smells, touch. Just taking a relaxing breath several times a day can help bring you down from your spiraling stress level.

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