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  1. Five Things You Don't (and should!) Know About Stress By Steven Barnes
    Whether it’s called stress management, relaxation training, or its newest incarnation, “Resiliancy,” it seems that the question of healthy response to the stress of daily life is on everyone’s mind. But it’s important to remember a few things about stress that are rarely discussed—if known at all!1) Stress won’t hurt you. Hans Selye, the “father of stress” was a polylinguist, whose first language was not English. Before he died, he said that had his command of English been more precise, he…


  2. Adventures in Relieving Stress By Tracy Togliatti
    Whether we are at work, traveling, or at home, we’ve all had bad days. Those stressful times can be difficult, but important, to shake. Your mental, emotional, and physical health depends on you to find ways to relax and regain equilibrium. I’m going to be sharing some practices that you can do to help throw off that stress and reclaim your Happy Self in no time!First, let me explain a little bit to you about Stress Chemicals. Stress and other forms of negativity affect your sympathetic ne…


  3. Stress Management: Sharks and Dolphins at Work By Jeff Herring
    Q. I work in an office with several people, all of whom I get along with quite well. There is one person, however, that really gets my goat. He gladhands everyone, smiles and schmoozes with the boss and acts like everyone's friend. The problem is this person steals other people's ideas, talks behind your back and is basically a wolf in sheep's clothing. I love my job, and I would not leave it for the world. So what do I do? Do I go to the boss and complain, do I rally my co-workers, do I confr…


  4. Research Confirms Drinking Relieves Stress By Art Turner
    The results are in, the clinical trials have spoken. Drinking relieves stress--drinking green tea, that is. There's something in green tea that helps us relax. And it may start turning up in other foods soon.The legendary benefits of green tea--weight loss, cancer prevention, immune system boosting, and more--have put green tea on everyone's top ten superfoods list. Now the teacup's relaxation effect has been proven in the lab.An amino acid called theanine (or L-theanine) is responsible for gr…


  5. Stress Management by Relaxation By Terje Ellingsen
    The method for stress management which I am going to show you below is actually a combination of two methods; a regular deep breathing exercise and Jacobsen's Progressive. Both are proven relaxation exercises and by combining them they function even better. These relaxation techniques can help you reduce tension in your muscles as well as manage the effects of the fight-or-flight response on your body - link when you feel you are about to get overwhelmed by panic. In a situation where you ha…


  6. Destressing Your Life! By Jane Kriese
    Do you have stress in your life?......I know you answered yes, we all have stress in our lives.What is stress? It is a reaction to a physical, mental, or emotional stimulus that upsets the body's natural balance. Stress is unavoidable, it can be positive or negative, it can be physical or psychological.Stress can cause fatigue, chronic head aches, irritability, changes in appetite, memory loss, low self esteem, withdrawal, tooth-grinding, cold hands, high blood pressure, shallow breathing, ne…


  7. Dealing With Emotional Stress By Trevor Dumbleton
    One very difficult form of stress to cope with and manage is emotional stress. After all, it is often self-created, it can come out of nowhere and the stress caused by it only heightens the emotions felt. Thus, as the emotional stress increases, the emotions get worse, heightening the emotional stress. Thus, the problem recreates the cause and the problem only gets worse.Emotional stress is often triggered by a dramatic event that puts a person's nervous system under severe strain. This co…


  8. The Top 10 Steps to DeStress By Pam Woods
    Do you feel tense and anxious at work? Do your co-workers and/or boss make you crazy? Is your personal life less than blissful? If so, you've got stress. If you're like most people you've sought refuge from this situation by trying a quick fix or two like calling a friend, walking the dog, or going away for the weekend in an attempt to escape it all. While these strategies may serve as temporary diversions, nothing in your life changes when you return to your routine.Stress is internal, which …


  9. Instant Relaxation Anytime Anywhere By Peter Murphy
    If there was a way of relaxing quickly and easily in any situation would you want to know what it is?Ancient cultures knew this secret, and followers of Hawaiian Huna used it to access altered states. In more recent times martial artists used it as a way to develop relaxed alertness, and today photoreaders use it to relax before reading books at speeds of 25,000 words per minute.What is the secret? It has to do with how you use your eyes!Pick a spot on the wall straight ahead and a little abov…


  10. Stress - What We Say is Half the Problem By Petra Rankin
    Everywhere I go, I hear the same unpleasant sentence repeated over and over again. I think it has to be one of the most frequently used sentences. What is it? - I am sooooo s-t-r-e-s-s-e-d.The trouble is, how good do you feel when you share that sentence with people? Does your energy level increase so that you feel productive and willing to battle the challenges you face in your day, or does it make you want to curl up and hibernate in bed?In my new book, Fast Track Your Success and Hap…


  11. Control Stress with High Morale By Dale Collie
    When Army leaders fail to control battlefield stress, they lose as many soldiers to combat stress as they do to enemy bullets. Even when they are well trained, these soldiers are more likely to collapse in the face of great stress.Units with high morale and esprit de corps, however, lose only 10% as many troops to stress. The training and preparation are important, but the high sense of teamwork makes all the difference.This same sense of teamwork and belonging is important in the corporate …


  12. The Physiology of Stress By Dr. Rajiv Laroiya
    In the body, the stress response is mediated by the hypothalamic-adrenal-pituitary axis, or the HPA-axis for short.When the body perceives stress, the HPA axis, along with the sympathetic nervous system, famous for its “fight of flight” response, are activated together.Although the stress response is helpful and necessary when dealing with short lived stressors, issues result when the perceived stress remains sustained over a period of time. The sympathetic nervous system (SNS) tends to domin…


  13. Stress Management: How to Change Limiting Beliefs By Jeff Herring
    Mark Twain once said, “It’s not what we don’t know that hurts us. It’s what we know that isn’t so.”At this point, you might be saying, “Wait a minute, if I believe I know something, doesn’t that make it so?”Well, yes and no. (That’s a classic therapist answer, by the way.) The yes part is that in many ways, if we believe something, that can make it so for us. Henry Ford said, “Whether you believe you can or you believe you can’t, you’re right.”The no part is this - what if what you believe isn…


  14. Journal Your Stress Away By Doreene Clement
    Writing down our thoughts and feelings, as in keeping a journal or diary, is a proven method to relieve stress and improve well being. The expression achieved through writing in a journal on a regular basis, or during times of high stress, helps to clarify and focus what we are actually feeling and experiencing. Putting down on paper what we are frustrated about, worried and concerned with, helps us to begin to understand in a clearer, more concise manner, what we are going through. That under…


  15. Reduce The Stress! By Gene Simmons
    First, let’s make a distinction between pressure and stress. We all have sources of pressure in our lives - sometimes a little, sometimes a lot. These pressures have a multitude of sources such as family, job, lack of job, finances, health or lack of time.Stress is our internal, personal response or reaction to these pressures. Stress is how well we handle - or don’t handle pressures. Too much self-imposed stress can affect us mentally, emotionally and physically. Our health can deteriora…


  16. Balancing Acts: Keeping Work and Life in Equilibrium By Amber McNaught
    In the fast-paced world that we live in today, it seems as though it’s hard to find enough time to do everything that needs to be done. Days at work are long, but too often don’t seem to be long enough… we bring home what we can’t finish and end up creating highly stressful situations for those around us. Even worse, it seems like medical science is constantly finding new problems that are caused by overworking and the stress that results from it. If only there were some way to reduce the e…


  17. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About How to Get a Life, But Didn't Know Whom to Ask By Jennifer Jefferies
    Question 1“How do I get more time to play?”Answer: Schedule it in. Why? Because if you don’t schedule it you will generally let other things have a higher priority and put yourself and a life further down the list. So just write 15 minutes a day, play time into your diary and don’t change it for anything. To get started, get your diary NOW and write in one fun thing you have been hanging out to do. Call a friend and tell them that you are going to do it, and DO IT today. Question 2“What happen…


  18. Stress and Concentration By Trevor Dumbleton
    Those who are under stress, yet refuse to get help for it, need to understand the relationship between stress & concentration in order to understand why they need to relax. This is because, at first, it seems though stress is an aid to concentration. However, this is not the case in the long term.Long-term stress & concentration do not go hand-in-hand. In fact, the more that one is stressed, the less able they are to concentrate. However, people often keep themselves under stress in order …


  19. I’m Gettin’ Really Torqued! By Gene Simmons
    For those of you who have been living in a cave for most of your lives, you can translate the “torqued” in the heading of this article to “mad” or “angry”. For today’s discussion of anger, let’s quantify the intensity of our focus with the words “downright, PO’d!” I think that’s quite clear. Let’s proceed.The first question is “What makes you really angry (as in PO’d)?”Inconsiderate, rude people? Bad drivers? Lousy service? Brainless bosses? Dumb subordinates? Idiot lawyers? Answering machines…


  20. Stress Relief and Relaxation Secrets You Can Use Today By Judy McGuire
    You may not even realise that stress is taking a toll on you every day and if you don’t get a handle on it, you are in big trouble.There are a huge number of factors that lead to elevated stress levels, including seventy hour work weeks, crazy commutes, Motorway gridlock, unnecessary queues, unpaid bills, endless family demands, too much to do and too little time.There are some pretty powerful resources that you can put to work to help you combat stress. You’ll probably be amazed at how simple…


  21. Create Reserves for a Stress Free Life By Di McDonald
    One of the ways I have avoided a lot of stress the last two years is to have a stockpile of birthday and all occasion greetings cards in my filing cabinet. When you work at home like I do, you try to have the least interruptions to your day as possible. These cards have saved the day on many occasions. I get them when I am out shopping, I look for the ones I love and sometimes I am able to make the most of sales and cut price items by buying them in bulk. Of course I make sure I also have a bi…


  22. Reducing Stress At Work By Silvana Clark
    Wouldn't it be great if we all woke up with a positive attitude, full of enthusiasm to go to work? In most cases, many Americans find their job to be stressful and unfullfilling.Companies are looking to reduce workplace stress. Employees under stress are less productive and creative as employees who have a grasp on their emotions and deadlines.The following are ways to resuce stress on the job.Employers should take time to ask employees what would make them more productive at work. Many employ…


  23. Ten Ways to Overcome Stress at Work By Stuart Nelson
    Stress in the workplace has taken off as a main complaint around the world. There are many different reasons for this. Because of its importance in the context of stress generally, I have decided to write this article to help you deal with stress at work. I have a particular interest in it anyway, because of my work in coaching business people.Let me say from the outset that it is impossible to teach people to overcome stress completely in a single article. However, it is helpful in itself for…


  24. Let Go of Stress: Slow Down! Survive! By Karin Ireland
    Don’t wait to have a life-threatening disease to learn what I learned. When you think you’ll die from cancer in six months you wonder why you’ve spent so much of your life rushing to get more done. At least I did. Let me explain: I grew up believing that I’d be loved, or not, because of what I did and that belief drove me to constantly try to please people.I craved approval and finally found it in the workplace. I loved it. It wasn’t long before I figured that if I worked faster, harder, longe…


  25. How Stressed-Out Are YOU? By David L. Thomas
    Are you feeling stressed out? Too many things to do, too little time? One more thing added to the To-Do list and you feel like you’ll explode?Whoa there, no exploding allowed! You can handle it—just listen in.Listen? To what?To your self-talk. Not yourself talk, but your SELF-TALK. Listen in to the demands you’re making of your time, but more importantly listen in to how you’re saying them and what you’re saying.Many of us don’t pay particular attention to what we’re saying to ourselves. W…






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