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Managing Nursing Stress

A nurse in red rubbing her head.

Managing Nursing stress can help prevent you from making a mistake.

Interested in managing nursing stressNursing stress is dangerous and can cause harm.   It is important to relieve this stress because the patients suffer as well.   Any stress relief is good stress relief when patient safety is an issue.     Next time you feel stressed out during your shift try this breathing technique.   Breathe deeply in through your nose, hold it, then out through your mouth.   Do this a few times.   For more on this technique please review the article below.

By Dr Cynthia Howard
From Nurse Together

How Managing Nursing Stress Can Be Easy

You may have tried talking yourself out of the dilemma. This often raises the stress level as you get caught up in over processing and a cycle of negative self-talk.  To paraphrase Einstein, you can’t fix the problem with the same thinking that created the problem. So what is the way out? We will get to that! First a little background.

For the full article please go here.

Managing nursing stress does not have to be hard as you can see.   All you need is a little time to yourself.   Once you have that and a few techniques that work for you, you will notice stress will start to vanish.

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Nursing stress does not have to ruin your day.

If you are interested in earning an online stress management certificate then you should go to our webpage.

 

 

 

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