Did you know that when you are disturbed, you tend to store all that stress in some secret areas of your body, but you might know where exactly?
With the ongoing pandemic, are you feeling more stressed out and anxious than usual? Well, then there are certain things you can do for reducing anxiety!
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Stress is an inevitable part of our lives that we simply can’t get away from. But the good news is that there are many ways with which we can actively de-stress and reduce our stress levels substantially. One the best way we can do that is by exercising.
If you’re struggling, I have good news: I’ve seen firsthand that the following coping strategies can help you reduce your financial stress and anxieties.
Here is a list of best meditation music according to the public research University of Nevada, Reno
Music therapy is a powerful tool to help cope with stress, anxiety and depression. Here are relaxing songs for anxiety to elevate your mood and emotions.
If you're feeling stressed over all the news, these might help ease your anxiety.
Here are three (3) radical acts of self-care which cost nothing that is guaranteed to help you start recovering from burnout:
To help you survive this holiday, here are five tips for dealing with anxiety, beat holiday stress, and bring harmony to your family gatherings.
This Shift is affecting our consciousness and every aspect of life: our political, social and economic structures, the environment, institutions, our relationships, every thought we think and every feeling we feel.
Here is what puts you over the edge according to your personality type, and how to get yourself back to your best self:
Stress among adolescents is soaring high nowadays, giving way to childhood depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety and cyber- crime.
Have you been feeling helpless , rudderless, disillusioned and completely exhausted lately? You may be on the brink of burn out.
Here are some of the signs, that your stress has taken over you.
It turns out that mind-body interventions (or MBIs) like meditation, yoga, or Tai Chi are actually capable of reversing molecular reactions in DNA which are responsible for poor health and depression.
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