Stress Management

One of the most palpable byproducts of the COVID-19 pandemic is stress. A recent Google search found more than 1.1 million references to stress in the news during the previous 24 hours. Teachers are leaving schools due to stress. Families are stressed about their children returning to schools. States are opening up COVID counseling lines. Countless articles document ways to reduce
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Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease can be mentally and physically exhausting, so you should take steps to manage and reduce stress, according to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America. “Finding ways to manage and reduce stress is of paramount importance for every Alzheimer’s caregiver. Untreated stress can lead to physical, mental and emotional
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Effects of Stress in the Workplace statistics 20. During 2018, 76% of US workers said that workplace stress affected their personal relationships. (Korn Ferry) This is another statistic that demonstrates just how much workplace stress affects other areas of our life. According to research by Korn Ferry, the majority of stressed employees reported that workplace
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Stress Awareness Month has been recognized every April since 1992, but this year it seems particularly important. Learning to cope with our stress and finding healthy ways to deal with these situations can go a long way in living a healthy and positive life. What does stress mean to you? We all experience stress –
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April is stress awareness month. Quite likely, you are already well aware of stress and you don’t need a dedicated month to remind you of it. Many of us would much rather avoid it than increase our awareness–which is a great reason to have stress awareness month. The more we know about it, and the
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Millions Befriended Fritz & His Loyal Companion Donnybrook (of @Old.Time.Hawkey) Whose Soft-Spoken Walks in the Woods Offer Reprieve from Pandemic Stress U.P., MICHIGAN, USA, March 31, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Upper Peninsula of Michigan, where Fritz & Donnybrook call home, offers nature lovers around the world a reprieve from stress with guided walks in the
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The American Institute of Stress was founded in Yonkers, New York in 1978 and moved to Texas in 2012. It is a Texas 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. Your tax deductible gift allows us to continue helping you along with Service Members, First Responders, and civilians navigate stressful situations to have a happier, more rewarding life.© 2020
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The experience of mental and physical stress can take a toll on the body, causing sudden heart palpitations and shortness of breath, followed (hopefully) by a period of relaxation as the stressors pass. Brief moments of tension and release are healthy—the fight or flight response can quite literally save your life in certain situations. But chronic stress is
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The American Institute of Stress was founded in Yonkers, New York in 1978 and moved to Texas in 2012. It is a Texas 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. Your tax deductible gift allows us to continue helping you along with Service Members, First Responders, and civilians navigate stressful situations to have a happier, more rewarding life.© 2020
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One year into the pandemic, many of us are stressed out. The pandemic’s rising death toll, social isolation, and day-to-day uncertainties have taken a heavy toll on our mental health. According to a recent AARP survey, nearly three-quarters of adults are feeling moderate to high levels of stress. Older adults are slightly less stressed out
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Originally published February 7th, 2018 by Heidi Hanna, PhD, FAIS Like other stress-related concerns and conditions, the point where technology becomes more foe than friend is different for each of us. Using energy resource theory, “stress is what occurs when demand exceeds capacity”. Our constant connection to information, stimulation, and validation can quickly shift us
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