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Welcome to Stress Management Tools. All of us are facing stress at some moment in our lives. The question is: How do we react to it? And how can we respond in a more intelligent way? There are many ways we can make improvements, when we have the right information at our fingertips, and we get the right plan of action to put the changes into practice.
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- Stress and Your HealthYou ever felt jittery after a bout of stress? Do you have stomach cramps, a sudden outburst of pimples on your skin, or your blood pressure suddenly goes through the roof? You should be familiar with the symptoms of stress in your body and recognize when stress is taking its toll on your health. The […]
- Anxiety and Panic AttacksOne day, I was riding in a subway train. The train was packed and I was sitting in the chair next to the window, when the train suddenly stopped in a way that when I looked at the window I saw a wall, nothing more. It came to my mind what could happen to people […]
- Six Tips to Set BoundariesDo you have a hard time setting boundaries? Do you usually say yes when you wanted to say no? You tackle things that you were not supposed to deal with? If so, then today’s topic is for you. Let’s get some tips that can help you set some boundaries. Importance of Boundaries You may ask: […]
- Burnout – What to do?Have you ever heard of burnout? It is a physical and mental exhaustion, normally resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. What are the symptoms and what can we do to solve it? Burnout is the result of stress which lasts for a long time, leading to emotional and physical exhaustion, […]
- As You Think, So You AreDo you ever think about your thoughts? Most of us don’t. But evidence indicates that how we think can impact our feelings, our behavior, and even our bodies. If you were to one day record all of your thoughts, what would you discover? You might be surprised at what you found. What we think reveals […]