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Our Biggest Health Challenge Is Lack of Money.
This also relates to our religious affiliations and response to lack of money.
Chronic Stress is caused by lack of money and our thought process related to lack of money.
Chronic Stress sets up negative thought processes. Negative thought processes allow the body to degenerate and be subject to disease.
Nutronix has a wonderful way for people to prosper financially. The money earned can actually be visualized as an important health product. Let’s help many people.
Threats –real and perceived – are all around us and constantly invading our lives. Many concerns are driven by lack of money related to family members, marriage confect, job insecurity, medical issues.
What we don’t realize is that our bodies are reacting in profoundly unproductive ways to stress, causing dozens of undesirable symptoms and leaving us vulnerable to serious illness.
A prevention magazine study found that 75% o those surveyed felt that they were under “great stress” at least once a week.
By reasonable estimate, at least 90% of the US workforce today is experiencing “great stress on a weekly basis. (The American Institute of Stress)
CNN reported the results of a Readers Digest Study. (Wed September 30, 2009)
“A poll finds that money is the number one reason for stress in most countries..”
The recession has not only left its mark in our bank accounts, but also in our minds.
Medical Researchers believe that as much as 90% of doctor visits are caused by or related to stress in our lives. (Harvard Business Review 1999, 72 (6):12.)
Stress is clearly linked to the six leading cause’s of death in the US: heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, cirrhosis of the liver and suicide. (American Psychological Association Help Center, “The Different Kinds of Stress”).
Money stress equals job stress. The direct and indirect costs of job stress on the American economy, including reduced productivity, absenteeism, health insurance costs, compensation claims, direct medical costs and employee turnover Is estimated at $300 billion. (Stress directions, “stress statistics”)
The disturbing fact about stress is that we are not conscious of what it is doing to usuntil physical symptoms appear.
The stress response is sometimes referred to as the “flight- or- flight” response. It is the way our body switches into high gear to prepare for a physical threat. It causes enormous change in the body to make available more energy, speed, concentration and agility, in preparation for some kind of physical battle.
During stress response DHEA levels decrease, the digestive system, the immune system, the reproductive system and the growth processes are all suppressed. (Pharmasave library, “Stress Treatment Options.”)
This cycle usually works to our advantage as long as the perceived threat is dealt with and eliminated within a reasonable period of time. The Body’s mechanisms automatically self-regulate and turn off the alarm system when the threat passes. Stress become a pernicious problem, however, if the threat never leaves. And that’s the kind of stress sour modern society is now creating. For too many of us, the stress alarm system never shuts off. And for too many of us the stress is caused by lack of money. When the body stays in this “full alert” status for long periods of time, dangerous things begin to happen:
First, overexposure to cortisol and over-production of adrenalin, leave the adrenal glands exhausted and no longer able to properly support normal body functions. Depending on where a person is in this cycle of chronic stress burnout, he or she may be anxious, fearful and tense or, on the other hand, overwhelmed, listless and depressed. Both co conditions are the result of stress, but differ based on increasing degrees of adrenal exhaustion.
Second, the suppressed systems – digestive, immune, reproductive and growth - can’t perform their jobs properly du t reduced resources, and the eventual result is stomach disorders, frequent bouts with disease, infertility/lack of libido and proper muscle and organ health. Chronic stress is known to intensify inflammation levels, and can trigger or worsen diabetes due to the higher blood sugar levels resulting from excess cortisol, and insulin. (“Some Startling Stress and Anxiety Statistics.” July 2007.) This disruption of normal body functions creates serious risk for a variety of problems, including-but not limited to –obesity, insomnia, digestive upset, heart disease, depression, cancer, memory loss, and other physical diseases. (lbid., MayoClinicdotcom).
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