Stress Management Information

Why Stress Is Not Necessary


We are not designed for long term stress.It causes us physical damage.

Cancel Stress and Be Blessed!


Matthew 11:28 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.In this verse, Jesus Christ invites those that have struggles and those who are buried with issues and dilemmas.

Is Worry Necessary?


Who hasn't experienced "worry" at one time or another? Almost everyone I'm sure. As a result many if not all consider this to be not only a normal human "emotion" but also a necessary fact of life.

Walking - The Perfect Stress Reducer


An excellent stress reducer can be something as simple as walking or doing any form of physical activity. Physical activity has the ability to calm jangled nerves and improve bad moods.

Assess Your Stress Using Haris Stress Inventory


This is a tool to measure the amount of stress you experience in your daily life. 66 statements are included.

Stress Management and Mastery: The Power of REST


Rest.It's a good thing to do.

Stress Managment and Mastery: Progress vs. Perfection


David Bowie once sang, "Ch-ch-changes, tryin' to face the strain."And though working on changes in our lives can be difficult at times, it really doesn't have to be such a strain.

Stress And Anxiety - Take Charge Of It!


Have you ever noticed what occurs when you are suddenly thrown into a high tension situation?Does any of this sound familiar?* Raised pulse* Short faster breaths* Shallower breathing* Feelings of losing control* Limbs twitching and/or shaking* Feeling hot and clammyOK, there may be more, but I think they are a good start.If you answered no to all of them then, CONGRATULATIONS, you don't suffer from stress (or any human emotion) at all!Seriously though, such feelings are often the reason why people suffer from stress and anxiety in their everyday lives and, this is the point,EVEN WHEN THEY ARE NOT IN STRESSFUL SITUATIONS!The stress they feel regularly in pressure environments does not leave them and this leads to extended periods of tension, headaches, poor and shallow breathing, and often leads them to indulge in vices that exacerbate the problem.

Stress Managment and Mastery: Too Much to Do Stress - Write it Down, Break it Down, Knock it Down


"I've got too much to do, I've just got too much to do!"We have all said it and we have all lived it. I call this particular kind of stress Too Much To Do stress, or TMTD stress.

Stress Elimination


Learning methods of stress elimination is a vital skill in the modern world. After all, there is no way to get away from stress these days, thanks to work, life, family, the economy, the state of the world, global warming, and an overabundance of people who are reminding you constantly about all of these.

Stress Management: Medical Risks of Stress


What is Stress?Stress may be defined as the three-way relationship between demands on people, our feelings about those demands and our ability to cope with them. Stress is most likely to occur in situations where:1.

Stress Dangerously Raises Cholesterol Levels


Several studies, including one of medical students around exam time, and another of accountants during tax season, have shown significant increases in cholesterol levels during stressful events - when there was little change in diet.Interesting isn't it!Are you caught up in modern day life? Do you have a mix of crazy work deadlines, household responsibilities and family needs -- perhaps car problems or some bills that need urgent payment? You need to be very careful: Medical researchers have now discovered a link between periods of severe stress and increased cholesterol levels.

How to Cope When Things Go Wrong


There are times in every person's life when things do not go according to the way we would like. All of us have our ups and downs.

One Way to Beat Stress: Arrive Early!


I'm so excited that I have discovered this secret today. It's something that I promise will reduce the stress level in your lives.

4 Steps to Teaching Your Family to Treat You Better


Case #1- Elizabeth, a 40 year old homemaker was always feeling angry and "used" by her family, constantly saying that everybody took advantage of her. She felt that she worked like a slave but her family showed no appreciation or acknowledgement of her many efforts.

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