Free e-book: reducing stress during and after work

Stress toolkit: First aid in moments of stress

Reducing stress takes only 5 minutes! 

With a lavender stress ball, you immediately feel more comfortable. And you don’t even have to leave your workplace.

I share these and 8 other tips to de-stress during or after your busy days in my free e-book. 

Download the e-book now and know what to put in your bag when you go to work.

But also why it is so important to do something against stress.

Reducing stress: get your free e-book now

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Lavender is scientifically proven to be calming and I know all about it

I am Mariette van Schaik and have for years a lavender garden in Andalusia. I know the best varieties of lavender that can help you relax.
With my e-book, I give you my best tips for reducing stress:

  • 9 Practical tips that will help you at busy times in your life
  • Pure from nature
  • With natrual products you can make yourself or buy from me


A more relaxed life, isn’t that what we all want? 

A relaxed life is what we all want. It’s an enjoyable life and good for your health. Unfortunately, the trends are going in the wrong direction.


We are all experiencing more and more stress

In the Netherlands, the CBS reports that at the end of 2021, young people are experiencing more and more stress. Young people are unhappier during the corona crisis, but they also experience more and more stress about school or study. They are too busy or worried about the future.
A 2018 survey by the Mental Health Foundation in the UK* found that 74% of people felt so stressed in the previous year that they could not cope with the situation or their situation.

Reducing stress is important

Constant stress puts you at risk of serious health problems:

  • depression and anxiety disorders
  • cardiovascular diseases
  • obesity and eating disorders
  • menstrual problems
  • loss of sexual interest
  • skin problems, such as acne, psoriasis and eczema, and hair loss
  • gastrointestinal problems

How do you recognize stress?

  • Are you sometimes exhausted or overtired?
  • Can’t sleep well?
  • Do you often worry?
  • Does it take effort to get to work?
  • Do you have physical complaints, such as backache, headaches or are you sometimes dizzy or nauseous?
  • Do you find it difficult to concentrate?
  • Are you easily irritated?
  • Do you sometimes have the feeling that you do not have a grip on the situation?

Do you say yes more than twice to these questions, then it may well be that you have too much stress.

Persistent stress has a negative impact on your life in all respects. So see a doctor in time and tackle the causes of constant stress, because reducing stress is important. Investigate the causes of the stress and try to reduce it. Also, see a doctor before you develop serious health problems.

If you would like to be less stressed or tense, download my e-book. I will give you 9 tips that you can use in your daily routines to reduce stress.

Do you want a life with less stress?

Start with step 1 and download my e-book now. My tools and tips can be used anytime, even if you are just a little stressed.

You will come more to yourself in a shorter time. Just what you need in the busy moments of your life.

Get your free e-book now

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