• Behaviours to avoid when you’re overwhelmed at work
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    Behaviours to avoid when you’re overwhelmed at work

    Eliminating these habits will help you bounce back when things are getting out of hand.

  • Why you should Marie Kondo your smartphone
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    Why you should Marie Kondo your smartphone

    Smartphone usage can cause stress and anxiety because we are expected to be constantly connected. Although convenient, smartphones can overwhelm its user with the demand for constant connectivity. Back when mobile phones used to be a source for communication than entertainment, it was only a few with whom we interacted on a daily basis.

  • Are you breathing correctly? If not, pause and focus on your breath, now!
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    Are you breathing correctly? If not, pause and focus on your breath, now!

    Remember, this is not a new skill that you need to acquire – it is a natural process that you need to focus on so that your body is able to function properly. Using 70 participants, the study showed how slumping compressed the lungs, made them smaller and decreased the volume of air that they could breathe in when compared to normal sitting. The nose also prevents drying up of the lungs by adding moisture to the air before it gets into the lungs.

  • Young, single, anxious and depressed? Here's what you should know
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    Young, single, anxious and depressed? Here's what you should know

    Anxiety and depression are no longer First World problems. The biggest victims facing such issues are young singles and millennials owing to a lot of underlying psychological reasons, possibly stemming from familial dynamics, conditioning and stress. 1. The most commonly used word to refer to Millennials today is ‘entitled’, which to an extent is a generalised and misleading concept.

  • Video: 7 terrible things stress does to your body
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    Video: 7 terrible things stress does to your body

    Video: 7 terrible things stress does to your body

  • 11 physical symptoms that are caused by stress
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    11 physical symptoms that are caused by stress

    The way we're feeling inside has a bigger physical impact than you'd think.

  • 11 surprising ways your body tells you you're too stressed
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    11 surprising ways your body tells you you're too stressed

    Is your body giving you signs of anxiety? Here's how to know if you're stressed – and what you can do about itFrom Country Living UK

  • This is what's most likely to cause a panic attack
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    This is what's most likely to cause a panic attack

    Young people are the most prone to suffering this physical manifestation of anxiety.

  • 7 terrible things stress does to your body
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    7 terrible things stress does to your body

    It's definitely time to exhale and relax...

  • The 5 best plants to eat for eliminating stress
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    The 5 best plants to eat for eliminating stress

    Called adaptogens, they boost energy and combat stress

  • 10 reasons why you should meditate for a healthier, happier life
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    10 reasons why you should meditate for a healthier, happier life

    The benefits of meditation can be experienced on a physical, mental and social level. According to findings reported in the International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology, practising just 11 minutes of meditation and mindfulness every day can help heavy drinkers cut down on their intake. Practitioners of meditation have been extolling its benefit for ages.

  • 5 ways to unplug from work at the end of the day
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    5 ways to unplug from work at the end of the day

    A little downtime will not only provide a healthy balance but give your brain the break it needs to function at its best when at work.

  • The signs you might have seasonal affective disorder (SAD) - and how to deal with it
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    The signs you might have seasonal affective disorder (SAD) - and how to deal with it

    Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression suffered by many in the winter months. Like year-round depression, it can be mild, making you feel a bit down and lethargic, or it can be intense, interferring with your day-to-day activities. According to the Seasonal Affective Disorder Association (SADA), 21% of the us will notice a real change in mood and attitude over winter, and a further 8% will need treatment.

  • Science Says A Good Cry Can Help You Lose Weight
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    Science Says A Good Cry Can Help You Lose Weight

    Talking to PopSugar, leading stress expert Dr Pete Sulack, explained that an emotionally charged crying session can help you shift a few extra pounds. It’s all to do with the fact that tears contain stress hormones. Well, cortisol is the stress hormone that can make you feel anxious, panicky and can cause your body to cling to belly fat.

  • The Unexpected Physical Symptoms Of Depression
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    The Unexpected Physical Symptoms Of Depression

    People are increasingly aware of the emotional and mental symptoms, but there are a whole host of unexpected physical symptoms that are associated with depression too, and often people don’t make the link. This strange feeling can be caused by stress or shallow breathing, so is often associated with depression linked to anxiety. Stress and depression can cause hormonal imbalances that can lead to hair loss.

  • Meditate for a healthy mind, body and soul
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    Meditate for a healthy mind, body and soul

    A recent study reported in the American journal, Military Medicine, revealed that regular practice of Transcendental Meditation can help military personnel battling post-traumatic stress disorder to reduce or even eliminate their medication and reduce stress. Practitioners of meditation have been extolling its benefit for ages. - A study, which was published in November 2012 in the journal Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes, found out that people with coronary diseases who took part in a transcendental meditation class showed a 48 percent reduction in the overall risk of heart attacks, strokes and death.

  • 6 Ways To Hack Your Stress
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    6 Ways To Hack Your Stress

    Don’t let stress control you — take control of your stress. Stress is an epidemic.  It’s one of the most widespread and debilitating conditions in the world, yet many people act as if it is completely natural. Stress sucks up the energy reserves you should be using to create more resilience.