In 2009 I was admitted to the coronary intensive care unit diagnosed with having had a heart attack. After learning that heart disease is the number one cause of death for women, I was thankful to be alive. My diagnosis was Stress Cardiomyopathy. February is the month when the American Heart Association raises awareness of heart disease. Today women are more stressed than ever. Send a response and share what stresses you the most. Click Subscribe to learn more about how to avoid having a heart attack.
http://www.MarthaLanier.com What if you thought about losing weight as an opportunity rather than an obstacle? Focus on the benefits such as feeling better and having more energy rather than on giving up your favorite food.
http://www.MarthaLanier.com Often we are faced with unexpected stress such as waking up to snow covered roads when you have an eight hour drive home on the interstate. It is moments like this where we need to look for something that will relieve tension. Often relaxing music, a pleasant thought or just seeing something you don’t expect can generate a calm effect. This gives you an opportunity to shift your thoughts from facing an obstacle to experiencing an opportunity you might have otherwise missed.
http://www.MarthaLanier.com Martha Lanier found a great way to relieve holiday stress and enjoy family time by spending an evening walking the lighted trails at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
Martha Lanier discovered a way to manage stress at the Atlanta Airport by walking from Concourse to Concourse rather than taking the PlaneTrain. There is an art exhibit of beautiful sculptures between Gate T and Concourse A and the History of Atlanta between Concourses B and C.