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Stress management blog advice has always said to reduce stress. What you rarely ever hear is some stress can be good for you. It is true. In short amounts stress can help you. It can trigger your body’s immune system and direct it to repair damaged areas. Stress hormones can also boost your memory. Much like adrenalin, stress allows us to get a job done quickly, however just like adrenalin, chronic stress can lead to a lot of problems. How to tell if your stress is good stress? You might want to check out the article below for your answer.
With a busy life, full of assignments, studies, work duties, or family obligations it is a wonder we have time for a pet. However it has been shown that pets reduce stress. How does stress reduction from our pets work? Simple. Owning a pet increases hormones that are designed to make us feel good. Also our furry friends always seem to know how to cheer us up. Stress management can be as easy as cuddling up with your best friend. For a list of stress reducing pet photos please use the link below. By Kate Bratskeir From Huffington Post Pets
Stress management is key to surviving our stressed out lives. Stressful events such as work, planning a party, dealing with in-laws, etc can add to our stress. But what happens when the stressful event is not an event but a day? For some this happens at least once a year on St. Valentine’s Day. Wondering how you can reduce stress on this annual holiday for lovers? Well maybe you should check out the article below: From: Huffington Post Stress Management Tips for Surviving St. Valentine’s Day. Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day likely makes you feel something. If that
Exercise Is A Key In Releasing Stress Some people are naturally more inclined to feel stressed out than others, but stress is something that can happen to everyone depending on the situation. You do not need to feel hopeless if you’re currently feeling the strain. Check out the tips in this article and work to fight that stress that’s bogging you down. Talking to someone about the stress you’re feeling, can help you feel much better. You might find that the person you’re talking to can help you think of ways to de-stress, or help you come up with