Stress & Anxiety
Creating a Counterbalance: How to Change Stressful Perceptions and Reactions with Inner Ease
Science has shown that positive emotions can help shift and replace our stress-producing feelings and perceptions. This serves to counterbalance the depleting effects from our stressful reactions and also positively affects our psychological and physiological levels.
Understanding stress can help us know when and how to take proactive steps to reduce and prevent stress. More stress awareness helps us better care for family, friends and colleagues, as well as ourselves. Here are a few less commonly known stress facts.
Overcoming Anxiety – Jennifer’s Story
It’s interesting how things sneak up on you isn’t it? For several years now I’ve been dealing with anxiety. But I never admitted it to anyone, not even myself.
How Stress Affects the Body
Understanding the mechanics of stress gives you the advantage of being more aware of and sensitive to your own level of stress and knowing when and how to take proactive steps. This increased awareness also helps you to better care for your family, friends and colleagues.
Just Sayin’… Stress Can Twist Our Words
When we’re overwhelmed what we say often reflects the stress build-up we’re feeling. It can carry over from earlier situations compromising our ability to genuinely connect with others.
New Book! Transforming Stress for Teens
A teen’s world can sometimes feel like a tsunami of emotions. Everything can seem intensified and for good reason.
3 Facts to Make You Smarter than Stress
Stress knows no boundaries – it robs us of sleep, our health and happiness and drives us to make choices we often regret. The only way to defend our self against stress is to become smarter than stress.
Resilience Building Tools for College Students
Ahhh college…some view it as the best time of their life while others as the most challenging and uncomfortable. Whichever way you remember it, stressful probably isn’t how you would describe it.
When Stressed—Apply Self-Care
Consciously applying appreciation adds value to that which is important in our lives and reminds us that life is good!
Are We Resigned to Stress?
HeartMath Stress Experts Say We Can Significantly Reduce Our Stress
by Understanding How Our Emotions Work
Hobbies may help reduce workplace stress
Supervisors often encourage workers to engage in physical activity, eat a balanced diet and take advantage of their vacation days in an effort to reduce workplace stress. Additionally, research has shown that after-hours hobbies may be another way to decrease anxiety in employees.
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