Think positive. Laugh it off. Eat well. Go easy on yourself.
These are the majority of the results you see on Google when searching “how to manage stress.”
While they sound great in theory, they’re not really good actionable suggestions – and honestly, I think they’re extremely condescending.
It’s easy for someone to tell you to laugh it off when they’re not experiencing stress.
But when your heart is beating fast, you’re feeling overwhelmed, and your anxiety and stress levels are at an all time high, reading some baseless suggestion like “think positive” can be extremely frustrating.
This is exactly why we built the Stress DNA Report.
It provides you with something that no other resource in the world can give you:
Personalized, actionable stress relief recommendations based on YOU.
Real, practical, tangible changes that you can actually implement into your life to help with your stress.
Suggestions that aren’t ambiguous and subjective, but rather scientific and completely based on your genes and your biochemistry.
Because at the end of the day, that’s really what stress is – neurotransmitters in your brain that are firing off in unique and seemingly uncontrollable ways.
In your report, you’ll receive a list of prioritized recommendations, ranked from most effective to least effective based on your body.
Here are some of the recommendations on my list:
Each recommendation also has its own section that goes into detail on how it’ll help you with your stress.
For example, if I wanted to find out what foods I’d need to add to my diet to increase my intake of tryptophan, I can easily click on the recommendation and I’d get the answers I need.
Also, you see those [R] at the end of each sentence? Those all link to peer-reviewed, scientific studies. So if you really wanted to get into the nitty gritty science, you can!
If you’re truly serious about finally solving your stress problems and building a foundation that will help you live a stress-free life for the rest of your life, then the Stress DNA Report is the only resource you need to help you achieve that goal.