The Female Health Show

2 - Why you're still stressed, nature heals and the human experience

January 27, 2021 Raquel Ramirez Season 2 Episode 2
The Female Health Show
2 - Why you're still stressed, nature heals and the human experience
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The Female Health Show
2 - Why you're still stressed, nature heals and the human experience
Jan 27, 2021 Season 2 Episode 2
Raquel Ramirez

Move in nature, without distraction, without feeling like you deserve to scroll through social media for the 10 minutes of work you did that you hated, if we can look into someone's eyes and really listen to them, rather than thinking about ourselves then maybe we can connect better to ourselves.

Emotion is energy in motion.

A widely used definition of stressful situations is one in which the demands of the situation threaten to exceed the resources of the individual (Lazarus & Folkman 1984). It is clear that all of us are exposed to stressful situations at the societal, community, and interpersonal level. How we meet these challenges will tell us about the health of our society and ourselves.

2005 Paper: STRESS AND HEALTH: Psychological, Behavioral, and Biological Determinants (2005): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2568977/

Book recommendation: Sarah Wilson, The One Wild and Precious Life


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This is for information purposes only, the advice in this episode is for general purposes only.

Show Notes

Move in nature, without distraction, without feeling like you deserve to scroll through social media for the 10 minutes of work you did that you hated, if we can look into someone's eyes and really listen to them, rather than thinking about ourselves then maybe we can connect better to ourselves.

Emotion is energy in motion.

A widely used definition of stressful situations is one in which the demands of the situation threaten to exceed the resources of the individual (Lazarus & Folkman 1984). It is clear that all of us are exposed to stressful situations at the societal, community, and interpersonal level. How we meet these challenges will tell us about the health of our society and ourselves.

2005 Paper: STRESS AND HEALTH: Psychological, Behavioral, and Biological Determinants (2005): https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2568977/

Book recommendation: Sarah Wilson, The One Wild and Precious Life


Follow the show for all updates on Spotify and iTunes and don't hesitate to leave an iTunes review!


@raquelfitpt
@thefemalehealthshow

This is for information purposes only, the advice in this episode is for general purposes only.