23may  

A VALUABLE LESSON FOR A HAPPIER LIFE 


A Valuable Lesson For A Happier Life

This is by far one of the most valuable lessons for a happier life. After reading the story by Steven Covey I decided to produce this video to share the message with others. Get inspired with this short film of a professor explaining to his class the importance of using one's time wisely and setting priorities in order to have a fulfilling life...

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22may  

POWERFUL LESSON FOR A STRESS FREE LIFE


A Powerful Lesson For A Stress Free Life

A powerful lesson for a stress-free life brings teaches us how we need to let go of our stress. The longer we hold onto it the burden ways us down that much more. Don't stress out about life. In this inspirational short film, our Professor is back at it with words of wisdom for his students and for us to listen in and learn what it means to let the stress in our lives go...

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21may  

THE BATTLE WITHIN - SHORT FILM


The Battle Within

When we turn on the news and hear all the evil and bad that is going on we must remember that there's good too. Everywhere! We have the choice to decide which will prevail...

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9Sept  

41 MAJOR LIFE STRESSORS


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Check to see how many of these life stressors you have experienced in the last year and find out just how high your stress levels are.

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9Sept  

5 WEIRD WAYS STRESS CAN ACTUALLY BE GOOD FOR YOU


2017 05 Stress can be goodWe hear over and over again that stress is unhealthy. And all that talk makes us, well, stressed. Here's how a little short-term anxiety can actually benefit your brain and body. We hear over and over again that stress is unhealthy. And all that talk makes us, well, stressed. Here's how a little short-term anxiety can actually benefit your brain and body.

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9Sept  

GOOD STRESS, BAD STRESS


2017 05 Good Stress Bad StressHow do you tell the difference between good stress and bad? Feeling stressed can feel perfectly normal, especially during exam time. You might notice that sometimes being stressed-out motivates you to focus on your work, yet at other times, you feel incredibly overwhelmed and can’t concentrate on anything. While stress affects everyone in different ways, there are two major types of stress: stress that’s beneficial and motivating — good stress — and stress that causes anxiety and even health problems — bad stress. Here’s more on the benefits and side effects of stress and how to tell if you’re experiencing too much stress.

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9Sept  

15 LITTLE HABITS TO HELP RELIEVE STRESS


2017 05 Relieve StressLately I’ve been feeling so stressed out, and it’s causing anxiety and minor health problems, such as over-eating, delayed periods and shortness of breath. I know I’m not alone in this; in compiling research for my book, many of you stated that dealing with stress and working to find balance is one of your greatest struggles.

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9Sept  

8 TIPS TO DEAL WITH EXAM STRESS


2017 05 Exam stressStressed out about exams? Stress can show itself in many ways. Some of the common signs are your heart racing, stomach cramps, trouble sleeping, losing your appetite or overeating. Here's some tips to help you chill out.

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23sept  

HOW STRESS AFFECTS YOUR BODY, AND SIMPLE TECHNIQUES TO REDUCE STRESS AND DEVELOP GREATER RESILIENCE


How Stress Affects Your Body

By Dr. Mercola - Among all the factors contributing to poor health and early death, stress is perhaps the most pernicious. In bygone days, the stress response was a lifesaving biological function, enabling us to run from predators or take down prey.

But today, we are turning on the same "lifesaving" reaction to cope with fear of public speaking, difficult bosses and traffic jams. The sheer number of stress-inducing situations that face us on a daily basis can make it difficult to turn the stress response off.

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17sept  

HIS STRESS IS NOT LIKE HER STRESS


His stress is not like her stress

Muscles tighten, the heart pounds and nausea takes hold: In the face of sudden stress, men and women respond alike. But when threats, scares or frustrations continue for days or months, differences between the sexes emerge.

Scientists have long known that women are more likely than men to suffer depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and other anxiety disorders, all of which have been linked to chronic stress, says Temple University psychologist Debra Bangasser. But until recently, studies of people’s responses to such stress have focused primarily on men.

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11sept  

TO BETTER COPE WITH STRESS, LISTEN TO YOUR BODY


To Better Cope With StressTo handle stress and adversity more effectively, we should probably pay closer attention to what is happening inside our bodies, according to a fascinating new brain study of resilience and why some people seem to have more of it than others.

We live in difficult times, as readers of this newspaper know well. Worries about the state of our world, our safety, our finances, health and more can lead to a variety of physiological and psychological responses.

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9Sept  

STRESS IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN WORKPLACE


Stress In The South African WorkplaceStress is becoming very common in the workplace of-late. It’s results tend to leave a lot desired both from employees and employers perspectives. A Bloomberg study revealed that South Africa is the second most-stressed country in the world. Another global study by Ipsos and Reuters also revealed more than half of South Africans do not take their annual leave. Could this be a contributor to stress in the office? One of the biggest culprits of high turnover, low engagement and stagnant teams is excessive stress. What makes it worse is that stress and anxiety often lie beneath the surface, impossible for leaders to detect, let alone address.

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4apr  

THE DIFFERENT KINDS OF STRESS


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Stress management can be complicated and confusing because there are different types of stress — acute stress, episodic acute stress, and chronic stress — each with its own characteristics, symptoms, duration and treatment approaches. Let's look at each one.

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Twelve Benefits of Magnesium - The Anti-Stress Mineral


Sleep better. Get rid of stress. Improve brain function. Enhance overall health and well being. These are just a few of the many incredible benefits of getting enough magnesium. Add losing belly fat and having a leaner body composition to that list and you have a nutrient that everybody needs to know about!

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B VITAMINS FOR STRESS


In this day and age, we are prone to feeling continuous stress. We worry about our jobs and children; we stress over finances and relationships. Eventually, stress can wreck havoc on our health, causing illnesses, such as heart problems, excess weight, stomach and digestive problems as well as depression and anxiety. B vitamins can help with stress by working with brain chemistry and balancing neurotransmitters, thus aiding us in achieving balance over stress.

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http://naturesoundsfor.me/


Use this app tool to play nature sounds on headphones while reading or meditating or just for fun.

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20 FAST AND EFFECTIVE WAYS TO RELIEVE STRESS RIGHT NOW


I like to think I’m good at a lot of things. I can turn a horrible situation into a funny story. I’ve spent at least half of my married life enduring Man Cold after Man Cold without filing for divorce. And I can embarrass myself better than anyone else I know. But I’m absolutely horrible at handling stress. Of course, this little fault of mine worked really well when I was working in the corporate world, and it’s working even better with my life as a stay-at-home mom, but thanks to these 20 fast and effective ways to relieve stress RIGHT NOW, I’m handling life a little better these days. I’m also drinking more, but that’s a post for another time…

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7 WAYS TO BEAT STRESS FAT


For most of us, stress is a fact of life. Unfortunately, research reveals that it's also a fact of fat. "Even if you usually eat well and exercise, chronic high stress can prevent you from losing weight—or even add pounds," says Pamela Peeke, MD, author of Body for Life for Women.

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STRESS DOESN'T STAY IN YOUR HEAD




Anxiety over a project at work… a marital spat… financial trouble… health problems… the list of potential stressors is endless, but wherever your stress is coming from, it likely starts in your head.

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TEN TIPS TO A HAPPIER LIFE


Do you feel happy in your life and career? Do you even stop to occasionally ask yourself what happiness would really look like or mean to you? Happiness need not be an ever-shifting end goal, the light at the end of an endless tunnel; it can be a goal you set to achieve every single day. Below are some tips from the team at Bayt.com to incorporate happiness into your daily life habits.

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9 THINGS HAPPY PEOPLE DO TO STRESS LESS


People’s lives become chaotic the minute they decide to be. People’s lives become happier the minute they decide to be. Be the latter. For fast-acting stress relief, slow down and consider the following...

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BURNOUT: RECOGNIZING ALARM SIGNALS


Exhaustion, apathy, psychosomatic disorders… professional overload and a private life gone out of balance often end up in a burnout. In order to minimize the risk of letting it get this far, it is of vital importance to identify the symptoms at an early stage.

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HOW TO REDUCE, PREVENT AND COPE WITH STRESS


It may seem that there’s nothing you can do about stress. The bills won’t stop coming, there will never be more hours in the day, and your career and family responsibilities will always be demanding. But you have more control than you might think. In fact, the simple realization that you’re in control of your life is the foundation of stress management. Managing stress is all about taking charge: of your thoughts, emotions, schedule, and the way you deal with problems.

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STRESS AND WEIGHT LOSS!


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Stress - We all have it! And we are all aware of the psychological effects of it, but what you may not know, is the physiological effects that stress can have. If not dealt with, in the long term, stress can cause damage to the immune system, cardiovascular and other systems via neural and endocrine mechanisms. Stress causes a hormone called cortisol to be released. Cortisol can have a number of negative effects on the body which include increased blood pressure, cholesterol and risk of heart disease...the list goes on and on.

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