Stress

Learning To Say No Is Good For You

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Learning To Say No As Part Of Better Self-Care There are too many nice people in the world today…or so it might seem, with the number of “yes” folks you run into on a daily basis. However, what about the lesser heard “evil sibling”, the word NO? Learning to say no can be one of the most difficult tasks you need ...

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5 Tips To Better Handle Holiday Stress

Coping Up With Holiday Stress The holiday season officially starts with Thanksgiving Day, pretty goes on through Christmas and then  New Year’s day. In between Thanksgiving and New Year, a lot of things happen. You have that huge Black Friday sale after Thanksgiving, followed by Cyber Monday. Then you have all those almost daily sale events the retailers do to pull ...

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Stress and Anxiety – What These Do To Your Health

What is stress or anxiety? Stress and anxiety are two conditions that are not entirely different from each other. Anxiety is often a product of long term exposure to stress while stress is one of the major components of an anxiety disorder. There are many ways in which anxiety and stress seem to contribute to each other. Our instinctive reactions, ...

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Why Stress is Truly Bad for You

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Stress is really bad for you You’ve likely been told before that stress is really bad for you. It’s something that is constantly forced down our throats and we’re incessantly being reminded how stress can cause heart difficulties. Stress and weight gain sometimes go hand in hand, and generally brings about a lot of difficulties. This is not news then. But what we ...

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7 Rules for Reducing Stress and Improving Sleep

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Less sleep, more stress There’s a strong correlation between how much sleep you get and how stressed you are. It’s a vicious cycle that can cause mental distress and even wreak havoc on your physical well-being. It’s a well-known fact that people who don’t get enough sleep are lethargic and constantly experiencing an energy slump. This causes irritability, which also ...

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