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Need Stress Relief? There’s an App for That.

  We already have apps that help us find the nearest salons, restaurants, bars and shops. So it was only a matter of time before a yoga studio tracker made its way into the App Store. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Yoga Helps With Stress Relief. A new app for your smart phone makes managing stress a lot easier.   If you enjoying using yoga for stress relief then this app might be for you.  It is a yogi tracker.   With it you can get directions to your nearest yoga studio.    Yoga can be a God send and a great

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Stress Relief with These 50 Tips!

Stress Relief with These 50 Tips!

Tuesday, April 16, is National Stress Awareness Day. All April long, we’ve been talking stress and tips to combat it. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Yesterday was the National Stress Awareness Day.   Many came out and shared plenty of ways they like to reduce stress.    Maybe some of their remedies for stress can help you?    I like the meditation based ones.   I feel that if I can find a way to take myself out of the situation and look at my stress trigger objectively I can usually find a better way to deal with it.   For more stress relief

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Stress Relief: Learn to React to it Better

Stress Relief: Learn to React  to it Better

Can stress relief easily be achieved by the way we react to our stressful situations?  What if we could reduce stress by simply reacting to it in a healthy way.   Wouldn’t that be nice?   There are techniques that can help you react better to life’s stressful situations.   Instead of seeing red all the time from stress, try turning it green and seeing it as a positive motivational force in your life.  It is all in how you look at your stress.   An article from NJtoday.com has more: How We React to Stress Could Help Us With Stress Relief For the

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Stress Relief and Relaxation

Stress Relief and Relaxation

Looking for stress relief?  Maybe you should be looking inside your own head.    Built inside ourselves we have a calming system.   We are designed to relieve stress.  We, however, choose not to use it.    Sometimes we have forgot how to access it altogether.   So now instead of simply using our internal calming systems, we sometimes reach for drugs or other substances to help calm us down.   We should say “NO MORE” to drugs designed to help us sleep, relax, and relieve anxiety and turn our own natural systems back online!   For more on how to do just that, please read

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Stress Relief via Exercise

Stress Relief via Exercise

Are you looking to mix stress relief with your exercise routine?   Both elements can co-exist if you know what exercises can help relieve stress and which ones can actually cause it.   It is true.   Certain exercises can increase stress hormones throughout the body and can cause muscle inflammation.   Check out this article for all of the stress management exercises you should be doing: By Jessica Smith From Shape.com Stress Relief via Exercise We’re not suggesting you skip your workout—just make sure it’s balanced and responsive to your body’s needs. For example, if you find yourself under a lot of stress,