The Hyland's Stress Challenge will feature daily challenges and content relating to specific topics that promote natural solutions for managing stress.
Carson, CA (PRWEB) September 17, 2014
In a country where 77% of inhabitants suffer from physical symptoms of stress on a regular basis, how can Americans find healthy and fulfilling ways to manage stress? Introducing the Hyland’s Stress Challenge, a 5-day interactive journey to putting stress into perspective and achieving a balanced, stress-free life. From September 29th – October 3rd, the Hyland’s Stress Challenge will feature daily challenges and content relating to specific topics that promote natural solutions for managing stress.
The Hyland’s 5-Day Stress Challenge will help participants learn how to identify stress triggers and incorporate the stress relief practices that work best for them into their daily lives. Participants can sign up for the Hyland’s 5-Day Stress Challenge at http://bit.ly/HylandsStressChallenge. The first 1,000 registrants will receive a full-size Hyland’s Nerve Tonic to be sent to them prior to the launch of the challenge.
The first step to restoring life balance is discovering what is causing stress and putting it into perspective. The Hyland’s Stress Challenge will help participants explore ways to identify their daily stressors and express them in creative ways. The Stress Challenge will uncover the benefits of relieving stress by leading an active lifestyle, and will provide tips and tricks for incorporating time for exercise into a busy schedule.
A recent study found that 93% of Americans said that spending time on a hobby was an effective way to reduce stress. The Stress Challenge will provide ideas for finding and pursuing a hobby, and ways to share it with friends and family. Participants will then learn how to use their hobby or plan a fun activity to experience “eustress", a specific type of stress that allows us to be excited and engaged in our lives. From planning a family vacation to having a night out with friends, eustress can be experienced in a variety of ways, and Hyland’s will help participants learn how to incorporate it into their daily lives.
Sometimes, a stress-inducing event or task will pop up that just has to get done. Whether it’s completing a project at work or preparing for a large family event, the best way to relieve stress is to focus on the task at hand and just do it. Hyland’s will provide tips and tricks for staying productive and accomplishing tasks in a timely manner, such as breaking the project into smaller tasks that you can tackle one by one.