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Entries tagged with “Stress”

10 Instant Ways to Calm Yourself Down

If you’re easily overwhelmed, try these techniques to get centered.

10 Ways to Avoid Drama Burnout

Find ways to take a break from overwhelming situations.

18 Affirmations for When You’re Overwhelmed

When your daily life starts feeling overwhelming, try these affirmations to bring you back to center.

20 Affirmations for Managing Stress

These 20 affirmations can help, no matter what is stressing you out.

23 Ways to De-Stress in 5 Minutes or Less

Here are almost two dozen proven ways to chill out in no time at all, whether you’re at home, at work, or on the move.

3 Keys to Unlock the Genetic Switch of Your Stress Response

The pinging phone, back to back meetings, rush hour traffic; most of us get a little on edge when we are face to face with high stress situations. We also probably know people who …

4 Healthy Hobbies To Try During Addiction Recovery

Overcoming addiction may not be easy, but there are things you can do to make the process smoother.

4 Signs You Might Have Messed Up Your Metabolism

Here are four common signs you’ve sent your metabolism reeling, and how to get a reset.

5 Mindful Ways to Transcend Stress

Try these practices when stress starts to overwhelm you.

9 Adaptogens To Restore Your Body

Try these natural and effective remedies and increase your resistance to stress, anxiety, and fatigue.

Are You a Stressaholic? Here's a Five-Minute Fix

Increasingly over the past couple of years, I’ve been having outbreaks of hives and itchy skin. I finally sat down with an allergist, who gave it to me straight. I am allergic to p…

Are You A Workaholic?

5 signs you might be

Are You a Workaholic? Better Read This

Workaholics are more likely to suffer from anxiety and other disorders.

Calm Your Nervous System

The stresses of everyday life can be enough to send anyone diving for cover. Living with a constant and persistent elevated stress level is damaging to many facets of physical and …

Coping with Burnout? Maybe Your Brain Is on Fire

Rewire your brain to see these afflictions as opportunities for embarking on a new path

Dealing With Stress at Work

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Destressifying through The Five Realms of Existence

Whether you are dealing with a stressful period in your life or have just come through a difficult time; maybe you’re in the midst of an argument with a friend, relative, or co-wor…

Do You Suffer from Secondhand Stress?

Do you cringe when you see someone get yelled at, hurt, or embarrassed? Do you tend to soak up others’ emotions—especially the feelings of those close to you? A new study has…

Friendships Boost A Woman’s Health

A landmark study by the University of Michigan has identified a likely reason why feeling emotionally close to a friend works wonders on a woman’s mood — and even boosts her health…

Got a Busy Schedule? You May Not Need More Time, Just Energy and Perspective

Do you keep a running to-do list that never seems to end?  Do self-directed commands such as “send emails” or “write resume” or “buy salad ingredients” always end up on tomorr…

Hello, Adrenals? It’s Your Brain

You’ve heard of the mind-body connection; here’s how it really works.

How to Find Calm Amid Chaos

Begin to lessen the overwhelming emotional response you may be experiencing to the smallest provocation.

How to Give to Others without Burning Out

Research suggests that self-care can reduce stress and exhaustion—if we know how to practice it.

How to Overcome Stress by Seeing Other People’s Joy

If you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed, don’t cut yourself off from other people, says Kelly McGonigal. Instead, double down on your capacity for connection.

Is Yoga Practical?

As a yoga teacher, over the years I've had many people ask me whether yoga is the real deal: Does it really help, or is it just another fad? Do you have to be an acrobat to feel go…

More Are Less Rushed Than Ever

So maybe the real problem is not feeling stressed enough?

Moving from Fear to Flow

How to identify the fears blocking your relationship—and melt them away to restore wonder

Rewire Your Brain: 6 Things You Can Do To Stay In The Present

For almost three decades I was one of the least present people on the planet. A life-altering trauma turned the world both inside and outside my head into such a painful experience…

Rewiring Your Relationship with Tension and Anxiety

Here are ways to embrace, rather than avoid stress.

Soothe Restless Leg Syndrome Naturally

For many, restless leg syndrome is more than an irritating twinge. The neurological condition, often considered a sleep disorder because the spasms can wake you up at night, makes …

Stress and the Compassionate Heart

Stress is one of the modern day challenges we all face. We try to manage our stress, exercise, meditate, think good thoughts, all in an attempt to wrangle it into a contained space…

Stressed Out? Lean into It

Stress has become a bad word in our culture. It causes illness and contributes to chronic pain. And we have too much of it. So we practice yoga: we meditate, do savasana, get relax…

The Case for Yogic Breathing

The mind has a terrible time telling itself what to do. Fortunately, science is catching up with yogic breathing wisdom.Since the time of Descartes (“I think, therefore I am”), mod…

The Culprit for Enduring Poverty May Be Stress

Three years ago Martha Farah, director of the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Pennsylvania, discovered that the working memory of children raised in poverty …

The Good-Mood Diet

No matter what’s got you in the dumps, eating certain foods can actually improve your mood.

The Happiness Track: A Crash Course in Enlightenment

My junior year of college I was driving back from a ski trip during a Vermont snowstorm when I shifted gears and lost control. We swerved across several highway lanes into a ditch,…

The Happiness Track: Guilt-Free Time Off

I was wondering how to squeeze in a vacation this summer, and thinking maybe I should work through it or just skip it entirely, with all the other things going one—and suddenly I r…

The Latest Cure for Stress and Insomnia: Orgasms for the Brain

Autonomous sensory meridian response videos, exploding in popularity online, help people relax and get some sleep in a stressful world.

The Power of Thank You

When you begin to notice that you are bogged down by too much to do, and stress begins to rear its ugly head in your relationships with defensive comments, blame, and accusations, …

The Science Behind Stress Eating

If you’ve ever found yourself reaching for a carton of ice cream when under pressure, you’re not the only one – and your cravings for sweets when you’re stressed may be based in sc…

The Secret of Future Calm

As the pace of life gets faster and faster, here’s how to avoid the shock

The Upside of Stress

The stress response is your best ally during difficult moments—a resource to rely on rather than an enemy to vanquish.

Three Surprising Ways to Feel Less Busy

Tips for achieving relaxed productivity—and why you can't afford to ignore them.

To Defuse a Traumatic Situation, Play Tetris

The total distraction of an addictive video game like Tetris may have a surprising health benefit: preventing post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.Emily Holmes, Ph.D. and Cather…

Train Your Brain to Not Overreact

Seven ways that each of us can take charge of our stress response, accessing a powerful tool to take charge of our health.

Why Do I Worry So Much?

5 steps to prevent excessive worrying

Worried Sick

Recent studies confirm that a "half-empty" outlook is literally bad for your health.

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