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7 Most Common Signs of Stress

7 most common signs of stress Stress is the number one cause of insomnia, right? And insomnia is one of the most common symptoms of stress. If you can’t sleep, it’s a sign that your cortisol is out of whack and keeping you awake at night and causing other issues during the day.

There are 7 common symptoms that mean you are way too stressed and your body can’t handle it:


Besides sleeplessness, there’s also;

  • Headaches

  • Fatigue

  • Sinus problems and allergies

  • Moodiness and irritability

  • Tension in your neck

  • Digestive problems


How many of these symptoms do you have? Just insomnia? Or 2 or more? Now, there’s the stress you know about: pressure at work, financial worries, the juggle of everyday life. And there’s hidden stress you don’t know about.

You can manage the stress you know about with yoga and meditation and walks in the park. You can’t manage hidden stress until you find out what it is.


The 5 lab tests I have my clients do show me the hidden stressors in your body: the pathogen in your gut, the elevated testosterone, the foods you’re sensitive to. All of these are hidden stressors that are overwhelming your body and contributing to your insomnia.

If you’re ready to finally get to the bottom of why you can’t sleep, let’s chat. I’ll give you the big picture of why you can’t sleep and show you the steps to take to find your hidden stress so you can heal and improve your sleep. And if you’re a good fit for my program, we’ll talk about what it looks like to work together. I love dorking out about sleep so I can’t wait to talk to you! Schedule your call now! https://completesleepsolution.10to8.com


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Martha Lewis, MS, APSC

Jackson Hole, WY

307-228-1502

completesleepsolution@gmail.com

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