6 Tips to Beat Work Anxiety

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By Michele Hoos Maybe you have a new job, but you feel more like your job is having you. Maybe it’s the new responsibilities of a promotion that have you feeling frantic. Or maybe you just have a big project on your plate and you’re really feeling the pressure. No matter what the reason, you’re overwhelmed—and your work stress is … Read More

Are You Sick Or Are You Stressed? 8 Tips To Relax And Feel Healthy

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by Torrie Pattillo Everyone experiences stress at some point in life. Whether it’s from working too many hours, a career that lacks passion, worries about finances or the economy, a sick family member or relationship troubles, stress will find its way into our life. With illness on the rise, stress is often the biggest culprit. If you’re experiencing any of the … Read More

Stress Management: Relaxing Your Mind and Body

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by: Healthwise Staff Introduction Take a deep breath. Hold it for a moment, and then exhale. Feel more relaxed? Breathing exercises are one way to relax. Here you will learn about different ways to relax your mind and body. Being relaxed can help ease stress. It can also relieve anxiety, depression, and sleep problems. To relax means to calm the mind, … Read More

Anxiety Coping Strategy: The Benefits of Relaxation

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by Aimee White Chronic anxiety sufferers can greatly benefit from learning relaxation techniques. Relaxation is a practical coping strategy used to help manage stress in our lives. While taking a hot bath or watching TV can be relaxing, in order to have a noticeable effect on our anxiety we need a regular daily practice of some form of relaxation. This … Read More

Managing Stress: A Guide for College Students

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Image from www.theodysseyonline.com Relaxation: Relaxing Your Body and Mind There are a number of relaxation techniques that can help you manage stress and also improve your concentration, productivity and overall well-being. If you need help, ask a therapist or counselor. He or she can offer more detailed instructions and coaching to help you perfect these techniques.   TO GET STARTED … Read More

Mini-relaxation exercises: A quick fix in stressful moments

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Mini-relaxations are stress busters you can reach for any time. These techniques can ease your fear at the dentist’s office, thwart stress before an important meeting, calm you when stuck in traffic, or help you keep your cool when faced with people or situations that irritate you. Whether you have one minute or three, these exercises work. When you’ve got … Read More

Relaxation techniques for stress relief

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Relaxation techniques

Relaxation can help to relieve the symptoms of stress. It can help you calm down and take a step back from a stressful situation. Although the cause of the anxiety won’t disappear, you will probably feel more able to deal with it once you’ve released the tension in your body and cleared your thoughts. All relaxation techniques combine breathing more … Read More

14 Tips For Staying Calm During A Job Interview

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Jacquelyn Smith ,  Forbes Staff You’re in the hot seat. Your palms are sweaty; voice is shaky; face is flushed; and mouth is dry. Maybe you’re bouncing your knees and talking too fast. Perhaps your heart is racing or your stomach is turning. You’re nervous. Why does this happen to so many job candidates? “When we perceive that we are … Read More

Exam Anxiety – How to be Better Prepared

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Common fears…. Going blank Having a panic attack Not finding any questions I can answer Not having enough to write Exams…… Are designed purposely to test your performance under stress Are a highly artificial situation – absence of normal resources: books, telephone, other people, food, drink, distractions Are physically and mentally demanding – 2-3 hours in one seat without moving … Read More

Helpful facts and tips about office relaxation

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Whatever line of work you’re in, it’s likely that some days in the office will be stressful. Tight deadlines, looming presentations and heavy workloads can all create stress. But work-related stress can lead to illness, so it’s important to know how to relax when the pressure builds. Pressure or stress? A bit of pressure at work can actually be a … Read More