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10 Ways to Beat the Stress of Being a Modern Woman

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10 Ways to Beat the Stress of Being a Modern Woman

Perfect hair, flawless make-up, enviable job, hot husband, Jimmy Choos, and the perfect Facebook profile selfie... we all have this, right? No, but we all WANT it. Being a woman in the 21st century is amazing and daunting.

Our bra burning sisters of the past paved the way for us, the world is our oyster. So now that we can be anything, do anything, that makes things easier, right? No. We have more pressure on us to be more than we ever were before.

The 21st century woman should be drop dead gorgeous, “lean-in” at the office, be a cookie baking PTA mom, and a sex goddess in the bedroom. So basically you can’t sleep.

Did you know that 70% of all doctor visits are needed due to stress related illness? All this pressure on us is making us sick every day. Is it possible for us to have all of this? Do we even want it?

Here are just a few ways stress can affect your life:
-Negative effects on fertility
-Worsens Acne
-Causes weight gain
-Leads to digestive problems
-Increased risk to heart attack and stroke
-Decreases the body’s immune system response
-Cause headaches -Leads to insomnia and so much more!

Here are 10 tips that will help you get centered when you’re feeling the pressure pile on.

1- Reflect on What Your Thankful For

1- Reflect on what you’re thankful for.
We all have so much to be thankful for, but more often we stress what we don’t have. It’s a totally normal human response, but we can train our brains to think differently. Keeping a gratitude journal is one way to do this. By writing down what we are thankful for we realize how much we truly have already.

2- Take a Time Out

2- Take a time out.
When kids are acting crazy, you give them a time out. When you life gets a little crazy, you need the time out. Think about what is stressing you the most. Is it family, your job, your relationship or are you just overwhelmed by everything? If seeing other people’s “perfect” lives on Facebook in bothering you, take a social media vacation. Is your job stressing you out? Maybe it’s time to schedule some time off. What if you’re just overwhelmed? Well that may be a job for a nice bubble bath, some candles and your Sola. Aren’t you glad Sola is waterproof?

3- Be Fully Present

3- Be fully present wherever you are.
How often are we wishing we were somewhere else or doing something else? Sometimes we’re taking care of one project and thinking about another. We’ll be in bed with our partner and we’re thinking about work. Then when we’re at work we’re wishing we were in bed with our partner. Eckhart Tolle said “Stress is caused by being ‘here’ but wanting to be ‘there’.” So look around, take a breath and think about what is required of you in just that moment.

4- Sweat it Out

4- Sweat it out
When you exercise, your body releases some of those happy chemicals, called endorphins. Head to the gym, take a nice walk or give yoga and/or meditation a chance. Yoga and meditation have been around for thousands of years in the eastern world, so you know there’s something to it. Whatever your fitness level and interests, there’s an activity for you!

5- Indulge in Some Dark Chocolate

5- Indulge in some dark chocolate.
Research has shown that eating dark chocolate can decrease stress hormones, such as cortisol. Dark chocolate is also a rich source of antioxidants! So don’t feel guilty and indulge in just a bit of dark chocolate, you deserve it.

6- Have a Good Laugh

6- Have a good laugh.
Turns out laughter really is the best medicine. Science shows that laughing decreases stress hormones and increase those happy hormones in your body. Put on your favorite funny movie and laugh your stress away.

7- Get a Massage

7- Get a massage
Who doesn’t love a good massage? A professional massage costs an average of $60 per hour. For less than the cost of three massages, you can have Sola. Massage yourself with your wellness massager, or have your lover ease the tension for you.

Cuddle Up

8- Cuddle up. 
As if you needed an excuse to cuddle or hug your loved one? It’s been proven to release stress reducing hormones. At the end of a long, stressful day, enjoy a nice cuddle session.

9- Soothe Your Senses

9- Soothe your senses.
To many people, the idea of aromatherapy is silly. But studies have shown that aromatherapy can lower stress levels. Lavender is the scent that shows the most calming effect.

10- Have Great Sex!!

10- HAVE GREAT SEX!
Some fun between the sheets is just what the doctor ordered. Having sex decreases levels of the stress hormone cortisol. To make sure your tryst is especially relaxing, it’s important that you orgasm. An orgasm will improve mood, lower blood pressure and release tension in the body! To reach the big O, the Sola’s Passion Set has 2 sleeves: one for penetration and one for clitoral stimulation. With or without a partner, Sola’s Passion Set, ensures your happy ending.



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