More Ways to Lower Your Stress Hormone Cortisol
Cortisol is natural, but too much is not a good thing!
Whenever you are under stress, your body releases the main stress hormone, called “cortisol.” When your body is functioning optimally, cortisol is naturally high in the morning to get you going, and slowly fades during the day so you can sleep.
Did you know that too-high levels of cortisol are associated with belly fat, poor sleep, brain fog, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, and even lowers your immunity?
I shared all about this in my previous post 14 Ways to Naturally
Lower Your Stress
Tips to lower your cortisol
1. Reduce your stress. Stress is the top cause of increased cortisol levels. Therefore, it’s the first thing we should tackle. Of course, it’s not enough just to say “reduce your stress.” If it were that easy, we’d all be in a state of bliss each day! Download my free guide if you don’t have it already.
2. Watch this super quick video for more tips.