No wonder why we are stressed – each day when you get up and slip on your shoes, you are already faced with trillions of choices, and you don’t even know it. According to Ian Fieggen, a 43-year-old programmer and graphic designer from Australia, there are 1.96 trillion ways to lace up the average shoe that has six pairs of eyelets. Of course, most of these variations are not practical. For real-world stats, Fieggen cites fellow shoelace researcher Bunkard Polster, who brings the number of lacing variations down to 43,200.
(Source: The Wall Street Journal)
So your unconscious mind is processing over 43,000 possible choices, just putting on your shoes.
For real, stress is a big thing for people. So what can you do to cope with it?
Get your nerves functioning better.
How does this help you might ask?
Your nerves control everything in your body. Including how you adapt or do not adapt to stress.
Did you know that stress really doesn’t exist?
Let me show you.
Two air traffic controllers go home from the same job. One is stressed out of her mind. The other isn’t. What is the difference?
It is not the job.
It is your perception of it.
And what determines your perception? Your nerves play a big part of how you handle and perceive stress.
So if your nerves re working better, you can more easily handle stress.
So how do you get your nerves working better?
Visit a wellness chiropractor often and frequently.
If you have never been before, I would go at least 2 times a week for a month, and if your nerves are not that well off, I would go for longer, and maybe more often.
I have been going to a wellness chiropractor since I was 5, at least once a month. In the beginning, we went more often.
But when your nerves are working well again, (from visiting a wellness chiropractor) it does not take much to keep your nerves working.
Wellness chiropractors as apposed to limited scope chiropractors. Some chiropractors choose to limit their practice to helping people with back pain only.