stress management Tag

There are many factors in our everyday lives that can create stress. Did you know stress could be one of the causes of weight gain and other health problems? According to the American Psychological Association, stress in American is increasing, with 44% of Americans reporting increased stress levels from 2005-2010. As we encounter stress, our body and overall wellness will experience the negative side effects. Keep reading to learn how stress affects health....

It's officially fall! We may not have fall weather yet, but that won't stop us from celebrating the season. Hay rides, pumpkin patches, falling leaves and more are right around the corner. With the seasons changing, you might experience some change, too. Whether that's good or bad change, it can lead to stress. Learn how to avoid stress this fall and enjoy the season by reading more....

With school starting back, it is prime time for high stress. Even if you managed to get over the first day jitters, chances are the daily stress of returning to work has you feeling a little out of balance. Work stress is perfectly normal, and teachers are more prone to stress than other professions. However, just because it's normal doesn't mean you should try to manage that stress. Stress relief for teachers is vital, especially if you are prone to stress or have conditions like chronic pain. ...

Back to school season can be stressful. Whether you're a student, parent, teacher, worker or just feeling the weight of summer ending, it can be easy to give in to stress. But, you don't have to let that stress overcome you. Use these tips to help overcome back to school stress and enjoy the season. ...

Do you have one last getaway planned before summer comes to an end? With school and fall right around the corner, now is a great time to getaway for one last break. However, easy-going vacations can turn stressful in the blink of an eye. One minute you are enjoying yourself by the beach or pool and the next minute you have had a bought of vacation stress. If this has happened to you, know you're not alone. ...

In life, we cannot avoid stress entirely. Stress can come in both “bad” and “good” experiences. Bad stress may be from a busy schedule, finances, health issues or a recent death in the family. Good stress can be come as a wedding, birthday or excitement over an upcoming trip. Whether good or bad, stress can affect the body's ability to regulate metabolism, sleep and other bodily functions like digestion and blood sugar. That's why it is important to understand how to manage stress with mindfulness...

tress is a concern for many Americans and commonly affects those with chronic pain. Yoga for stress relief can help you relax and manage stress. ...

Stress can be a major trigger for chronic pain patients, and work stress can be particularly difficult to manage. Whether you work in an office, factory, home or anywhere in between, we are all affected by work stress. Here are some tips to help...