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Items Related To Tag 'stress'

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    • Anne Ornish
      Anne Ornish

      Life got you pulling out your hair and blowing steam from your ears? Well, Anne Ornish, one of the world's top experts on stress management, is coming to the rescue!


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      Powerful Tips for Handling Change

      When you think about it, most of us never have two days exactly the same. Life evolves, and unfolds with a series of new adventures and challenges each day. But changes make life interesting and successes are even sweeter when you’ve had setbacks. However, life-changing events that bring on worry and stress can play havoc with our health. Should we avoid changing too much about our life or...

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      8 Ways to Say No to Stress

      Stress affects people in many different ways. It often creeps up when we feel overwhelmed or feel pressured to accomplish something in a short amount of time. Stress triggers an alarm in the brain, telling our bodies that something is wrong. The ‘fight or flight’ response calls in the nervous system to respond and hormones to be released, jolting the body into action. Muscles become tense,...

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      Dealing with Stress, Anxiety and Depression: Should Feelings Be Medicalized?

      My husband, Dick, suffers from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), so when the days get shorter, his anxiety mounts. Until we figured out what was going on, the emotional toll was so crippling that Dick was unable to function normally. It took his doctor several annual cycles to figure out that the cause of Dick’s anxiety, depression and general malaise had no basis in his relationships,...

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    • Sara Mednick
      Sara Mednick

      Researcher and author Sara Mednick explains why the nap may be the most powerful health aid available.


    • Amy Korn-Reavis
      This is the Week that Stress Built

      Well we all survived Monday. We dealt with the stress of tax day and the news of the bombing in Boston. Now we have to deal with the lingering stress. The problem with this is that it will keep your mind rushing and rob you of sleep. That in turn will cause you to be more tired and more stressed and so the vicious circle goes. I never bring up and issue without a plan to deal with...

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    • Amy Korn-Reavis
      This is the Week that Stress Built

      Well we all survived Monday. We dealt with the stress of tax day and the news of the bombing in Boston. Now we have to deal with the lingering stress. The problem with this is that it will keep your mind rushing and rob you of sleep. That in turn will cause you to be more tired and more stressed and so the vicious circle goes. I never bring up and issue without a plan to deal with...

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    • Living to 100
      Dr. Margery Silver

      One of the world's leading experts on longevity teaches from her own experiences.


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      Four Unorthodox Approaches to Lowering Your Stress

      By Matt W. Sandford, LMHC If you’re stressed out, you’ve probably have tried something to deal with it, to feel better. Maybe it’s been the “plow ahead” method, which would be trying harder to fix the obstacle that is causing a lot of your stress, or there’s the opposite method, which is the “ostrich approach”, meaning trying to ignore it and hope it goes away approach. I get...

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    • Liz Kitchens
      Om for the Holidays

      In the United States we love celebrating occasions- Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, birthdays, un-birthdays, and, of course…Christmas. Do you “occasionally” find yourself dreading those holiday hassles? As women, we are particularly prone to feeling responsible for holidays and special occasions. We shop for the perfect gifts and spend countless hours adorning packages with...

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