Category Archives: Stress Management

How To Minimize Holiday Stress

The holidays are supposed to be a joyous time of happy families and friends gathering in a spirit of warmth and celebration.  Yet, for many, the holidays are instead trials of grueling schedules and high stress.  Follow the tips below … Continue reading

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Unhealthy Ways Of Coping With Stress

According to the American Psychological Association (APA), too many Americans engage in unhealthy behaviors such as comfort eating, poor diet choices, using alcohol or smoking to help deal with stress.  While common, these unhealthy coping methods may give temporary relief … Continue reading

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Tips To Ease Financial Stress

According to the latest Stress in America survey commissioned by the American Psychological Association, 64 percent of Americans single out money as the number-one factor that affects their stress level. If you’re feeling stressed about money, how can you solve your … Continue reading

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Are You Experiencing Job Burnout?

Job burnout is a physical and emotional response to work that leaves you feeling fatigued, frustrated, unmotivated, powerless and hopeless.  It is brought on by experiencing prolonged and constant high levels of stress.  It is important to take time to … Continue reading

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When Is Eating To Relieve Stress A Problem?

According to a survey conducted by the American Psychological Association (APA), one in four Americans turn to food to help alleviate stress or deal with problems.  However, turning to food in an attempt to relieve stress is an unhealthy behavior … Continue reading

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Study: Women With High Job Strain Have 40 Percent Increased Risk of Heart Disease

Women who report having high job strain have a 40 percent increased risk of cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks and the need for procedures to open blocked arteries, compared to those with low job strain, according to the American Heart … Continue reading

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Get Adequate Sleep To Help Fight Stress

Stress experts report that chronically stressed people almost always suffer from fatigue and people who are tired do not cope well with stress.  When distressed people get more sleep, they feel better and are more resilient and adaptable in dealing … Continue reading

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Americans Engage in Unhealthy Behaviors to Manage Stress

According to the American Psychological Association (APA), too many Americans engage in unhealthy behaviors such as comfort eating, poor diet choices, using alcohol or smoking to help deal with stress. While common, these unhealthy coping methods may give temporary relief … Continue reading

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