Category: Stress Queen

Fight Freelance Stress!

Millions of Americans sitting in cubicles have fantasized about quitting their jobs and being their own boss. When you work for yourself, as a freelancer or contractor, you have a lot of freedom. However, with this freedom comes a lot of freelance stress. Freelancers are part of a large number of non-traditional workers known as…
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Stress Shrinks the Brain

A little stress in your daily life is natural, but too much stress can do your body a lot of harm. You many know that stress can ruin your concentration and increase your depression, but did you know that it can also shrink your brain? A study from Yale University took a closer look at…
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Water is a Great Stress Reducer

Drinking a glass of water is a simple way to reduce your stress. When you experience stress, refresh your body right away by sipping some water. This is especially true during this summer heat. Every organ in your body must have water to facilitate your mind and body functions. When you are stressed your organs…
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Don’t Mix Love and Stress

Stress can create distance in your relationship. Fortunately, there are five mindful tips that can help strengthen your love life. Stress keeps you from communicating and paying attention to your partner. Stress causes you to experience an array of emotions that you can’t control. It can increase your cortisol and adrenaline levels, interfering with your…
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Summer De-Stress with S.E.L.F. Love

During the summer season, women experience an increase in stress as they continue to juggle their many demanding roles. Children out of school, summer camps, and summer school usually cause this stress increase. These numerous other demands are heaped on an already stressful life, and many women feel overbooked, overworked, and overwhelmed. Follow our summer…
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Hydrotherapy: Using Water to Heal

Water is key to a mindful life. While drinking water can heal from the inside out, hydrotherapy is a water based-treatment that heals from the outside in. With hydrotherapy treatments, you can harness the healing power of water for your overall wellbeing. Healing Waters Water has long been thought to have healing properties, and it…
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Learn to Relax… Now

Getting stressed? Well, try relaxing for a change. With the right relaxation tips, you can improve your mental, physical, and spiritual health and wellbeing. Relaxation changes your state of mind and physically changes your body functions by lowering your blood pressure, reducing your heart rate, quieting and restoring your busy brain. By breathing in deep and…
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Play Reduces Stress and Slows Aging

Games are not just for kids anymore. More and more people over the age of 50 are venturing online to play games. People are hopping on the Internet to play for a multitude of reasons—to have fun, exercise their minds, relax, and connect with friends and family. There is a growing body of scientific evidence that suggests regular…
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How to Stop Stress Eating

When you’re stressed, what do you turn to for comfort? Shopping? Meditating? Napping? It turns out that many Americans turn to food. This is known as stress eating or emotional eating. Stress and Eating Believe it or not, a little stress can actually suppress hunger. This is all based on the flight-or-fight principle. The adrenaline…
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Get an Emotional Health Check-Up

Most Americans visit their doctor every year to have a physical health check-up, but it’s also important to evaluate your mental health on a regular basis. An emotional health check-up is an important life tool in which you analyze your mental health and make improvements. Frequent overall health check-ups are important for your quality of…
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