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Organic Aloe Vera the heart the diet and STRESS Part II.

Updated on July 29, 2014

We recommend Aloe Vera Juice.

I have had so many people tell me that they don’t want to go a day without drinking “Aloe Vera” juice. It is part of their daily routine to drink two to four ounces of Aloe Vera juice when they take their supplements. Aloe Vera juice is known to make the supplements more efficacious. When under stress …it is recommended that you drink your Aloe Vera juice as a calming agent.

You need to know the why to make lifestyle changes.

In our last article we said that STRESS has become a well-known enemy to our overall health. In fact it's been labeled the number one enemy regarding our health today.

In this modern day and age you have a much greater opportunity to control your health than any other time …your life expectancy, your daily health, your health choices and your "lifestyle" choices. What you're going to change, how you're going to make that change and more importantly, why are you going to make those changes... because you need to know the why. If you know the why, then it's much easier to make the decision and make the positive change.

What are the warning signs of Stress?

What causes this thing called stress? We'll uncover some of the influential factors involving stress and the difference between good stress and bad stress and how stress interferes with your daily lives and overall good health.

Knowing these stress factors and becoming aware of the warning signs, you'll be able to take control of the unhealthy so called bad stress, by understanding your personal stress level.

In simple terms, stress is nothing more than an event or situation, which requires you to adapt, to get out of your comfort zone and adjust your behavior to meet the current change and adapt to it.

Is a little stress good?

That said …everybody should have a little stress. It's good for getting that motivation going, getting those creative juices flowing, getting your work done, whether in your job, in your home or in your social activities. But on the other hand, to much stress over a long period of time can turn into what is known as bad stress and damage you health.

Positive stress can be termed the "fight or flight" action that takes place when you need to get out of a dangerous situation in a hurry.

Negative stress, is when you can't release that psychological pressure and frustration of repeated stress …it then builds and builds taking its toll on the body with serious adverse affects.

What is fun to one can be stressful to another!

You may be more susceptible than someone else when it comes to certain stress related circumstances. Individual perception has a lot to do with your stress level. An event that is threatening to one person may be enjoyable to another. For instance, flying in an airplane for some people is highly stressful and downright frightful for some people; flying is not even in their vocabulary. To others, it's a positive means of travel.

One's perception may result from some past experience or it may just result from your attitude, or maybe because you have no idea of how to control the stress. Here's the kicker, you personally may not even be aware of any physical or mental affect, but your body does, especially your heart. You heart will experience the constant stress whether it's positive stress or negative stress and long term negative stress has been documented to cause serious psychological and psychiatric problems.

So, lets take some time and reduce the negative stress, which surrounds us in our daily lives. We now know that it has been determined that the positive stress in our lives is a good thing and actually is good for you. (Commonly called eustress). It's the kind of stress athletes feel in the heat of competition or the spark people feel when they're working on a passionate project.

Get plenty of exercise and adequate rest!

When you find yourself under negative stress, there are a number of proven stress reduction factors, which are known to work for you and help to control your unwanted stress. First of all, improve your diet. Then, make sure you get plenty of exercise and by all means get adequate rest. These are important in maintaining a proper stress balance.

And to top it off, every study we have seen, every study we have participated in and every application to which we have been exposed indicates that drinking plenty of clean, fresh filtered water with two-four ounces of Organic Aloe Vera every day, has absolute positive effects on controlling your stress level. So, give it a try, you'll be glad you did.

And as always, know your supplier.

We welcome your comments

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    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      9 years ago

      The best thing I can say to you Mighty Mom is "I hope you dance!" I love the song and you look like the type that could dance. Take charge is what you do and sometime we just have to sit back and let someone else do it ....even though you could do it better!

      Thanks for reading my hub ...I welcome you back best to your health and your success in life!!

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      Susan Reid 

      9 years ago from Where Left is Right, CA

      Hi GJCody -- So glad to have found your excellent advice. A swift kick in the butt about reducing/controlling my stress level was just what I needed this week. Thank you!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      rb77 ...yes it is true thing affects another ...but as I told Chaser ...we think we have things under control.  As when we don't get enough sleep and we expect our bodies to performe at peek performance.  Now how can that be?  Or when we don't eat good clean food ...with chemicals sprayed on them or mixed in them can we feel healthy?  Remember our bodies are not crying out for more chemicals!

      Thank you for stopping by and for your comment ....I will get the book ...sounds like a good one.  My best to you and your health!

    • gjcody profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      Hello again Chaser you too are feeling the pull. Yes that is the general pull now day ...STRESS. We all try to fight it and say to ourselves ...I have it under control ...I can handle things. Then we come down with an illness and we say to ourselves, "I don't know what is going on ...I think I am eating right ...but now I have to deal with this!"

      So ..Chaser ...drink your Aloe Pure 5000 (glad you liked the flavor), exercise daily and eat good clean food (Organic) and let me know how things are going!

      My best to you and your health!

    • rb77 profile image


      10 years ago from Las Vegas

      I just read a book, I believe it was titled Cell Talk, subject was stress and how each cell in us communicates with each other, rapidly which affects our eating, digestion and health in general. Good article.

    • chaser4 profile image


      10 years ago

      Hey gjcody, Now you're getting to close to reality. Your stress articles are hitting close to home. I, for one experience this stress thing everyday and work hard at controling it. Thanks for the comment on the diet, exercise and rest. I think we all need more of each. Because of your article, i'm going to give it a go and get this thing under control. Good hub, keep'em coming. By the way...thanks for the quick order. I received the Aloe Vera in three days and your absolutely right. It is the best tasting Aloe Vera on the market.


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