Is All Stress Bad ❤️✨

The fight-or-flight response is part of the general adaptation syndrome, defined in 1936 by Canadian biochemist Hans Selye, of McGill University in Montreal. He published his revolutionary findings in a simple seventy-four-line article in Nature, in which he defined two types of “stress”: eustress (good stress) and distress (bad stress).

Once our bodies alarm is set off it releases cortisol, our body becomes mobilized and ready for action. But there has to be a physical release of fight or flight, otherwise, cortisol levels build up in the body, which wreaks havoc on your mind and body.

Eustress creates a “seize-the-day” heightened state of arousal, which is invigorating and often linked with a tangible goal. Cortisol levels return to normal once completion of the task. Distress, or anxiety doesn’t provide an outlet for the cortisol, and causes that fight-or-flight mechanism to backfire. Ironically, our own biology, which was designed to ensure our survival as hunters and gatherers, is sabotaging our bodies and minds in a sedentary digital age.

Would you like to learn how to move your energy blocks yourself?

Join our Energy ReBALANCE Program
A six-week training, activating six energy codes that will awaken your Inner Healer. An ‘energy code’ is a key that unlocks the ability for you to call in whatever it is you are desiring to manifest. Each of the six energy codes have there own unique activation processes, which will allow embodiment of the codes to happen. Create physical manifestations faster!

This training is normally offered at $497

We have the vision to create a ripple of Energy Medicine around the world
We partnered with our Not For Profit to give a sponsorship of $470
For the first 100 to register.

CLICK HERE: To join today for $27.
USE COUPON CODE : VIPPASS at check out to access your $470 discount.

Lou Reed, Energy Shaman ❤️✨
Founder, Energy Medicine Institute



Leave a Comment