We keep hearing about how psychological stress impacts brain development and may lead to health problems such as high blood pressure, abnormal sleep patterns, etc. Is that message just an excuse to not work as hard as previous generations? How is our emphasis on psychological well being changed the way we work and study?
It’s no secret that society today places significantly more stress on people, especially young people. The pressure to succeed in school, find well paying jobs, be fit & healthy, look good, the list is endless. No wonder people have emotional breakdowns and panic attacks. One way we recommend lowering stress levels is to pamper yourself occasionally with bits of luxury.
An easy and affordable luxury treatment is a worry-free commute to your favourite restaurant or theater in a limousine. In the BC area, your options are pretty endless but here’s 2 companies worth consideration: Fabulous Limo Service Vancouver, as well as Urban Vancouver limo.
For the weight watchers and fitness fanatics it’s good to know that stress correlates to higher cortisol levels which in turn promotes belly fat growth. It is actually in our health’s best interest to control stress. Some may argue that previous generations didn’t know as much as us about the impacts of stress yet they lived just fine – and often in more adverse conditions! But many of the baby boomer generation are entering retirement age with lots of health ailments. We don’t know how much of this is related to stress when they were younger but it’s a possible explanation. If you don’t want astronomical health care bills when you get older, or just want to live a happy and healthy life, stress is public enemy number one.