Category Archive: Stress Challenges

STRESS CHALLENGE

Stepping away from your daily grind to do even 10 minutes of deep breathing or meditation each day can help ease stress. It can also restore energy and calm. And that may help… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Elections can be very stressful. People have strong views on a range of issues that matter a great deal to them. You may feel tense, anxious, or worried today about the results of… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Helping out isn’t just good for the people you help. It’s good for you too! Offer to make dinner or pick up dinner for your spouse. Bring a healthy meal to an ailing… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

You’ve likely heard about the stress-busting benefits of fitness. When you work out, your body releases endorphins, which can make you feel good. Working out can also relax you and help you clear… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

  Though dealing with too much stress for too long can be harmful to your health, stress can sometimes be good for you. You need some stress in your life. It helps your… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Keep it simple and sincere. Perhaps, “I admire the way you interact with your coworkers. You are so encouraging.” Or, “You did a nice job on that project. Thanks for getting it done… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Chronic stress can be harmful for your health. But did you know that how you perceive stress may play a role in how stress affects your health? Dwelling on the negative aspects of… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Gratitude is a great stress reliever. Researchers have found that feeling grateful may help reduce the stress hormone cortisol in your body. Take time today to focus on one thing you appreciate about… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

Read a comic strip. Watch a funny pet video. Laugh when little things “go wrong” instead of tensing up. Laughing can relieve your stress response. It can also improve your mood and relax… Continue reading

STRESS CHALLENGE

It’s common to catch yourself multitasking during the day. Checking email while eating breakfast. Calling clients while reading a report. Making a quick grocery list in your afternoon meeting. It may seem like… Continue reading

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