No one is immune from the stress of this professional world. We all suffer and go through difficult times, and we cannot deny that it’s taking a toll on our health.

Do you want to be able to deal with burnout and manage your chronic stress symptoms so that you can function at your best during work and personal hours? All you need to do is sit back, relax, and listen to this episode today! Sarah Sperry opens the door to a day-to-day routine without the heavy baggage of stress.

Sarah Sperry is a certified health and wellness coach and NASM Certified Personal Trainer who empowers busy women to create lasting change in order to live a more balanced life. She is the Founder of Sperry Wellness and her health coaching programs targets female professionals suffering from symptoms of burnout and chronic stress.

In this episode, Sarah unravels the secrets of a life that is healthy and away from illnesses caused by burnout and chronic stress. Here, she discusses mistakes people have been making for years, and shares ways in which you can deal with your symptoms.

What you will learn from this episode:

  • Discover how your busy day-to-day routine affects your health and leads to chronic stress and burnout symptoms
  • Understand why a vacation isn’t the ultimate solution to solving your problems
  • Find out how you can deal with burnout and chronic stress symptoms

 

If those warning signs are dealt with and acknowledged, then you can solve for and resolve the chronic stress in the burnout. Sarah Sperry

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Valuable Free Resource:

Visit Sarah’s website at http://www.sperrywellness.com/ and subscribe to a meal plan that will help you reduce anxiety and inflammation for a better day-to-day living.

Topics Covered: 

02:10 – The biggest challenge that people face as they age with regard to staying fit, well, and positive: People experiencing chronic stress and burnout symptoms especially during this pandemic.

04:16 – The common mistakes or misconceptions that people have about solving that problem of trying to do too much: The belief that going on a vacation can solve all your problems.

06:45 – The number one tip; a tangible specific action that people could implement right away: Write out five small things that make you happy, stick them somewhere where you can see them, and try to do at least three of those things each day.

08:29 – Free resource: Visit Sarah’s website at http://www.sperrywellness.com/ and subscribe to a meal plan that will help you reduce anxiety and inflammation for a better day-to-day living.

Takeaways: 

“Advances in technology are amazing and have made our lives much more productive, but at the same time, our brains are having a hard time keeping up with everything that we’re trying to do within our days. We are trying to pack a lot into our days.” – Sarah Sperry

“Number one misconception is that I can go take a vacation and I can solve all my problems. If you haven’t really worked to implement lifestyle changes and kind of put up better boundaries so that you can manage things and stay focused, all those symptoms come right back.” – Sarah Sperry

“We all forget in our busy day-to-day to do the things that you need to do to take care of ourselves. If you think about that two hours a month to focus on yourself, that’s really not that much time in the grand scheme of things.” – Sarah Sperry

“As we go through our to-do lists and all of our tasks, I think we forget to do things that make us happy. When we take five minutes to do one of those things on your list, it can kind of help calm your mind, calm your brain, and be able to move on with your day.” – Sarah Sperry

“Food is medicine. There are ways to help reduce our inflammation and anxiety by eating a more focused and healthier diet.” – Sarah Sperry

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