Stress Archives

source http://www.huffingtonpost.com/vivian-diller-phd/the-science-behind-stress_b_1261390.html?ref=healthy-living&ir=Healthy%20Living Stress takes a toll on our bodies. The anxiety, colds, achy muscles and such are just the beginning. When we are stressed out for long periods of time, it actually ages us right down to our core. That is why dealing with stress and giving our bodies what they need to handle the onslaught is…

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How Do I Reduce Stress? Stress is something that we encounter every day. Stress levels are largely determined by interaction with others, your personal life, work, cultural changes, your self-image and your environment. Because of all these factors, you simply must have tools to deal with it if you want to be happy and healthy….

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Benefits of Optimism Optimism is defined as the disposition or tendency to expect the best and see the best of all things. Many people see optimists as wearing rose-colored glasses, not really seeing the truth in reality. Don’t listen to the nay-sayers. Studies show that having an optimistic attitude or outlook on things is healthy,…

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What Supplements to Take for Stress Stress comes in many forms and is something we all must deal with. Positive stress gets us moving and doing something, negative stress breaks down our bodies. Unfortunately, negative stress is what we deal with the most. Whether it be from our environments, sickness, our thoughts, or actions, stress…

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What Happens When Stress Hits Chronic stress has been called America’s number one health problem. Estimates have placed stress-related problems as the cause of 75 percent to 90 percent of all primary care physician visits, and is not something to take lightly. Most often people complain they felt fatigued, anxious or depressed. Plus, they often…

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Help With Stress We all deal with stress everyday whether we work for a fortune 500 company as an executive or as a waitress in the local diner, or a stay at home mom or dad, or as a police officer. Not only do we deal with emotional stress, we deal with environmental stress. 75%…

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