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Worrying and Stress

Worrying and Stress

Worrying Can Cause Unneeded Stress In One’s Life.  So How to Worry Less? Worrying and stress over non-important things is a common thing in America.  Americans put so much emphasis on irrelevant things and cause so much unneeded stress in their lives that it has become epidemic in the American way of life.  Below are a few do’s and do not’s of worrying. Healthy ways to deal with obsessive worrying include: 1. Setting aside certain times of the day where one is “allowed” to review and think about problems. 2. Enjoy exercises or hot soothing baths to reduce worry 3.

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Stress and Anger: How Does Anger Affect You?

Stress and Anger: How Does Anger Affect You?

Stress and Anger Causes Various Reactions.  Which One Is You? Stress and anger in one’s life can cause a variety of reactions in people.  Some people handle it better while others simply explode.  From a peaceful resolution to an angry explosion, professionals have found three key reactions to stress and anger. The first type is the person who holds their anger inside.  These people best resemble a time bomb ready to explode as they take in more and more stress without releasing it in a healthy fashion.  In time, these peaceful individuals erupt as “the Incredible Hulk” and wreak a

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Breathing to Reduce Stress

Breathing to Reduce Stress

How to Breathe Better to Reduce Stress Proper breathing when stress comes can reduce anxiety and anger.  Proper breathing can also help prevent stress later in the day.  In addition to this, breathing excercises can also be good for one’s overall health. The Community Counseling Clinic at Youngstown State University offered these 10 key steps in breathing techinques for reduction of stress. 1. Sit in a comfortable and peaceful place 2. Rate one’s tension on a scale of zero to one-hundred, with zero being totally relaxed and one-hundred representing as tense as you have ever been. 3. Then take a

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Strategies to Reduce Stress at Work

Strategies to Reduce Stress at Work

Stressed at Work? If you feel stressed at work and want to learn how to reduce stress at work, then you are not alone.  Numerous people share in that stress whether its a deadline, task or intolerable boss.  The key is removing the stress.  When I think of removing stress and intolerable bosses I automatically smirk and think of the movie, “Horrible Bosses”, but  I assure you “knocking off” your boss is not the answer!  So sit back, RELAX, and review these few tips. The key is to decompress yourself at work.  First, be sure to take time to exercise.  Whether it is five

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Work, Burnout and Stress Management Strategies

Work, Burnout and Stress Management Strategies

The Stress of Burnout Whether we would like to admit it or not, at one time or another, we have all experienced burnout.  Constant deadlines, long hours, lack of sleep and no vacations all lead to this natural breaking down of the physical and mental body.  Stress management strategies are essential to maintaining a healthy outlook and preventing burnout.  Below are a few good tips on how to prevent or deal with burnout.  These ideas come from Ruth Luban and her article “Proven Ways You Can Combat Burnout” in the April 1997 Edition of Vitality. 1.  Breathing Exercises 2. Establishing boundaries

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Nursing Stress Management Advice

Nursing Stress Management Advice

Nursing Stress Management can help nurses avoid burnout.  How to manage stress is the biggest question.    Luckily there are online resources to show us how managing stress can be easy.  First step to manage stress is to identify your stress triggers.   Once you “know the enemy” you can create plans to deal with it.   I know this aspect of stress management is easier said than done but an article below might help give a little more insight. By Cynthia Howard, RN, CNC, PhD From Nurse Together Nursing Stress Management Made Easy! Part 1:  The balance of care and over care:

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Stress Management Courses Can Help

Stress Management Courses Can Help

Stress management courses could be the missing key to your well being At some point in time we’ve all experienced it. Some unavoidable event gives us uncontrollable stress and anxiety that can make the world seem as if it would end. It is important to realize that this feeling is normal, but if nothing is done about it then this stress and anxiety can seep into every part of our lives. This can have damaging effects on our social, family, recreational and professional life. If you find yourself caught up in the grips of overwhelming stress then you’ll be happy

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Stress and Anxiety Lessens with Practice of Yoga

Stress and Anxiety Lessens with Practice of Yoga

Yoga Reduces Stress? Various forms of stress management hope to reduce anxiety.  One way to lower one’s anxiety according to Carol Krucoff of Yoga Journal is to practice yoga. Yoga students who learn the yamas and the niyamas or observances of attitudes such as nonvilolence, surrender and contenment showed significant reductions in anxiety and the stress hormone, cortisol.  Due to the spirituality, one’s life principles have more meaning when practicing yoga and the overall picture presents itself to those who do it.  Spiriuality as noted in many studies has an effect on one’s world view and how one copes with

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Reduce Stress with These Easy Tips

Reduce Stress with These Easy Tips

Do you want to reduce stress but need a little advice on how?  First, take a deep breathe, then tell yourself that stress reduction is simple.   Managing stress does not have to be a big ordeal.   It is actual very simple to manage stress.   Learn to let go of situations you cannot control or attachments to objects helps with stress management a lot.   You can also avoid what triggers your stress.   If you want to read about more simple tips please review below. By Robert Piper From Mind Body Green Simple and Easy Ways to Reduce Stress. Stress adds fat

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Stress Management Advice: Take Your Vacations!

Stress Management Advice: Take Your Vacations!

Stress management advice states we should not see our vacations as something we might take but as sometime we need to take!   Far too often we do not go on vacations.   Managing stress is basically relaxing and getting away from our stress triggers.  You cannot do that if you never take the time to get away.    Stress management experts will tell you; you work hard, you should play hard.    Planning a vacation can also help manage stress.    For more please read below: By Justin From StraightupSEO.com Listen to Stress Management Advice and Go on a Vacation! Taking vacations also help