Stress Less for Radiant Skin!

Posted by Jen Conroy on

You already know the toll stress takes on your body. What may surprise you, however, is how profoundly it can impact one particular organ—your skin!

The skin is a self-renewing, ultra sensitive organ containing a large number of nerve fibers which are closely linked to your nervous system. Stress fires up your nervous system, which triggers your immune response and can result in a cascade of immune-related skin flare-ups, from rashes and acne to eczema and psoriasis

Fortunately, you can help your health and save your skin by keeping stress in check. Here are three of our favorite ways to chill out and feel fabulous in the fall:

Make chili...

...or bake a cake or work in the garden or dive into a good book! It doesn’t matter what you do as long as you love doing it! Taking time to do things that bring you joy is a powerful stress reducer, according to countless studies on the brain.

Take brisk walks.

Another potent stress-buster backed by years of extensive research is exercise. This tried-and-true scientifically researched cure-all can reduce stress and lower your risk of heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and other health concerns.

Look at the leaves.

Buddha extolled the benefits of mindfulness years before researchers weighed in. But any mindful act, whether meditating or focusing your attention on a pleasing image like autumn leaves, can help curb stress and boost your mood.

Beauty is a mind-body event, and keeping you happy and healthy-looking inside and out is our top priority. To find an Environ stockist near you, call 877.337.6227 today.

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