Episode #57 – 6 Ways to Reduce Stress. Fix Blood Sugar Webinar
Episode #57. 6 Ways to Reduce Stress. Fix Blood Sugar Webinar with Dr. Scott Saunders & Joe Barton.[3:40] Julie’s Story of how stress affects the body.
[9:20] What happens with stress. You release Cortisol out of your adrenal glands when you are stressed. It blocks your insulin receptors so that your blood sugar cannot drop too low. Your brain needs the energy, so your blood sugar goes up.
[10:45] What about constant stress/fight or flight reaction? You’re getting insulin resistant all the time. Stress doesn’t really cause any of these, but it does make it worse. Stress does make everything worse.
[11:50] What is stress? Mostly it’s Change that causes stress. People who resist change are in constant stress & anxiety.
[14:50] One stressor doesn’t necessary go away immediately. Change can affect us differently. Sometimes our stress hormone levels stay high for days, weeks, months, or even years.
[16:20]. Can you avoid stress and do you want to avoid stress? We need stress, and we need cortisol.
[17:20] How can we manage stress?
2. A good circadian Rhythm (610 Reset). Find it at www.bartonwebinar.com
3. Proper Nutrition/Avoiding Stimulants
[26:45] Mayo Clinic guide to Stress-Free Living. Retirement & Vacations don’t always equal stress-free living. Remember, the Change is often very stressful. A focused brain is not stressed. A relaxed brain that has no direction is a stress brain.
[30:00] Masks never protect ANYONE from viruses. Less stress, Vitamin D, Zinc, nutrition, healthy immune systems will protect you.
[31:30] Focus on something. How well are you living your life?
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