CONTROL YOUR LIFE OR DIE

Hi:

On average, each highly stressful year that you endure shaves about 6 years off your lifespan.

People experiencing high stress have been measured to lose their telomeres much faster than normal. Telomeres are the caps at the end of your DNA strands that keep them from fraying. You slowly lose these telomeres as you age, but stress can speed up the process dramatically, effectively causing your body to wear out much sooner.

In this case, stress is the feeling that you don’t have much control over your life. That feeling of being out of control is damaging to your health at the cellular level.

One especially common form of stress is work-related abuse. Your boss gives you more work than you can reasonably handle. You make a minor mistake and get chewed out. You get blamed for something that isn’t your fault. Subjecting yourself to this kind of environment will likely shave years off of your lifespan.

If you think in terms of the 6-to-1 ratio, hopefully it will sink in to consider just how much damage you may be doing to yourself to tolerate such an environment, damage that can be physically measured in your cells. DO YOU REALLY WANT TO TRADE 6 DAYS OF LIFE FOR EVERY ONE HIGHLY STRESSFUL DAY?

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: The enlightened views are from STEVE PAVLINA, who is my mentor.

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