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Simple technique to protect yourself from this silent killer..
If you experience any of these stress related symptoms:
Then this email is the most important you’ll read today.
You see, recently scientists discovered two common health issues that are directly linked to stress.
The first one is the common aches and pains most people experience…
Things like tension headaches and painful rheumatoid arthritis flare ups...
Could all be caused by stress.
But that’s nothing compared to the other stress-related discovery the scientists made.
Because what you’re about to read is truly startling.
See, on May 7th, 2020 scientists published a new paper on chronic pain in the Journal of Pain Medicine.
In the study, researchers worked with two groups.
The first group had 17,614 people in it.
These were the people who experience stress-related chronic pain.
They had uncomfortable back pain, tension headaches and painful arthritis flare ups…
That got worse whenever they were stressed out.
They’d also been taking painkillers for at least three months.
The second group of people was pain free.
Scientists closely watched both groups for 14 years.
And what they found is truly eye-opening, because…
People with this chronic pain have a 20% higher chance of having a heart attack and a 30% higher chance of having a stroke — compared to those without chronic pain.
So if you experience any of the symptoms I mentioned at the beginning of this email...
It may be a good idea to find ways to release stress.
One of the ways I personally fight stress is with a special breathing technique.
This technique is based on an ancient yogic method called pranayama.
It helps to relax your body, release muscle tension, fill your organs and muscles with oxygen, and get rid of toxins through breathing out CO2.
Some people use it to improve their quality of sleep.
Plus, unlike many other stress relief techniques out there, it takes no longer than 3 minutes to do.
This technique is called 4-7-8.
These numbers stand for:
When you just start out with this method, you may not be able to hold your breath for these long.
Eventually you’ll work up to these numbers.
For now, do the best you can to keep the ratio.
When you decide to try this method, you’d need to find a comfortable spot in your house.
And be sure you don’t get interrupted.
If you’re sitting, it’s important you exercise good posture.
You could also lay down.
Personally, I practice this breathing drill right before bed.
It calms my mind down and helps me fall asleep faster.
So if you struggle with chronic pain that might be caused by stress, give this technique a try.
And if you do, hit reply in the email and let me know how you feel.
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