Stress Management

Expressive writing can benefit both physical and mental health. Studies consistently show that one of the best ways to deal with overwhelming emotions is to find a healthy way of expressing yourself. And presently, people are overwhelmed. According to a recent joint Washington Post-ABC News poll, 1 in 3 Americans describes the virus outbreak as causing “significant stress.” Faced
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Farmers and ranchers are facing a time of unparalleled uncertainty and disruption. No one is left unscathed by the effects of COVID-19. Experts say dealing with stress during a time of social distancing makes the challenge even greater. Even though it’s important to take one day at a time, Sean Brotherson, an Extension family life
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While anxiety, worry and stress are all a part of most people’s everyday lives, the COVID-19 pandemic has potentially increased these feelings. Many people may fear the illness and feel uncertain about social and economic effects of the outbreak. Haley Jurko, LPC candidate at Sunbeam Family Services, is sharing signs of stress and tools to help
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By Sasha Kirsch for The American Institute of Stress View presentation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7j-uJTdm5QE Teenagers are constantly growing and continually active. Proper nutrition is vital to maintaining their body’s growth and development. ​When you think of a classic teenager’s meal, what comes to mind? Pizza, maybe? Burgers? Any and all fast/junk food? Most people think this
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Emotional Resilience is a person’s ability to adapt to stressful situations or crises. More resilient people are agile and can “roll with the punches”, bounce back and adapt to adversity, without lasting difficulties. Forbes Magazine created a short video that highlighted that it’s not the smartest in school who is the most resilient. The one
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New psychology research from the University of Konstanz reveals that stress changes the way we deal with risky information—results that shed light on how stressful events, such as a global crisis, can influence how information and misinformation about health risks spread in social networks. “The global coronavirus crisis, and the pandemic of misinformation that has
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