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NYC Blogger. Olga Slesarenco
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The answer to fit & flare dress? Yes! AlwayZZzz. 💃💃This dress is so flattering and it would make for a perfect Valentine's Day look. 💘 Also linking similar platform boots to the ones I'm wearing which are on sale right now! Happy Fri-yay! http://liketk.it/2uiEG #liketkit @liketoknow.it #ltkstyletip #ltksalealert #fridaylook Shop your screenshot of this pic with the LIKEtoKNOW.it app
Quite possibly the best day of my life 🐶 I miss my Bali babies! @the_luisito wouldn't let me keep them...booooo 😭 #ubud #Bali #travelgirl #puppies #puppylove #travelinfluencer #lifewelltravelled #paradise #Indonesia #indtravel #passionpassport #travelgirl #travelblogger #magicalworld #welivetoexplore #adventuretravel #nycblogger #nycinfluencer #sarahfunky
Reversing the effects of stress in 3 months 💆🏼♀️ In August, my doctor determined through blood work that my cortisol levels were too high. Cortisol is the primary stress-response hormone produced by your adrenal glands. It can be even stronger than adrenaline in some ways. Cortisol levels are supposed to be high in the morning so you can wake up and tackle life and lower in the afternoon. Your lowest levels should be around midnight to 4 am. . If your cortisol is too high, you'll feel tense and wired. Cortisol rises to help you respond to stress. Sometimes when you are under a lot of stress, your cortisol will stay high for a long period of time. This is super taxing on your adrenals and causing adrenal fatigue. . Before my blood test, I had no idea I had high cortisol and high stress. I would wake up in the morning, immediately drink coffee so I could wake up, hit the gym. I'd usually get a slump in the middle of the day like 1-3pm where I would feel really tired. I claimed I could never work out in the afternoon because I just didn't have the energy. Then come 8-10pm I was WIDE awake. My mind and heart would race. I suffered from insomnia. I usually had to take zzzquil to help me sleep. Then I would wake up the next day and do it again. In order to heal my body, I knew needed to get my stress levels under control. I started a hardcore self-care routine with everything you can imagine like lots of stretching, Epsom salt baths, infrared saunas. In just 3 months, I brought my cortisol way down and back into the normal rise and fall. . Little things would cause anxiety. I would worry about something that could maybe possibly happen 6 months from now. Now, I live in the moment. I have never been more unsure of where my life is headed and I've never been happier. I truly don't worry about things. It sounds crazy and I don't really understand it, but now things happen and I deal with them and that's it. I don't stress when there is traffic and I might miss the train. I don't stress about my job or getting 8 hours of sleep. It's incredible the effect that cortisol has on your response to outside stressors.