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Stop the Stress-Pain Connection : Calming Herbal Therapies
If you try the relaxation therapies yet still need help calming down, talk to your doctor about medications that may help to boost your mood or ease your anxiety. If you are opposed to taking medications to ease stress, then ask your doctor about the following herbal therapies.
Stop the Stress-Pain Connection : Relaxation Techniques (part 2)
If practiced regularly, yoga can relieve muscular tension or pain by improving range of motion, relaxing tense muscles, and increasing muscle strength. Practicing yoga when you are feeling anxious may help to reduce stress when you are on the job or at home.
Stop the Stress-Pain Connection : Relaxation Techniques (part 1)
Along with lifestyle strategies to reduce stress, there are several relaxation therapies that are scientifically substantiated to speed production of new immune cells and control the damaging stress hormone Cortisol.
Stop the Stress-Pain Connection : Learning to Relax at the First Sign of Pain
When my patient Susan feels her neck pain coming on, she drops whatever she’s doing at the time, turns on her favorite CD, and begins her deep abdominal breathing exercises that put her in a calmer state of mind.
Stop the Stress-Pain Connection : Identifying Your Stress Observation Signs (SOS)
Emotional stress can trigger a host of health-related problems, ranging from memory loss to impaired immunity; it definitely plays a role in pain. However, thanks to extensive research, scientists have a better understanding of how stress affects the body.
Stop the Stress-Pain Connection : How Does Stress Affect My Pain?
Stress results in high levels of Cortisol in the body, which can increase heart rate, blood pressure, LDL cholesterol and triglyceride levels.
Pot Luck – Stress-Free Cooking (part 2) - Caribbean hotpot
Add the jerk seasoning, thyme, tomatoes, stock, black beans and sweet potatoes. Bring to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes, until the sweet potatoes are tender.
Pot Luck – Stress-Free Cooking (part 1) - Mexican bean and tortilla bake
Add the vegetarian mince and sauté for 2 minutes. Stir in the chilli powder, tomato purée, kidney beans, 200ml water and black beans, then bring to the boil. Cover and cook in the oven for 20 minutes.
Impress With Less Stress Meals (part 3) - Portuguese Piri-Piri Chicken
In a large bowl, mix the smoked paprika, ginger, oregano, chilli powder, salt and lemon zest. Add some freshly ground black pepper, then mix in the tomato purée and olive oil to a thick paste. Add the chicken thighs and coat, pushing the paste over and into the chicken.
Impress With Less Stress Meals (part 2) - The Vicar’s Pulled Pork
When ready, remove the pork from the pan to a plate and cover with foil. Heat the liquid left in the dish on the hob until it reduces to a thicker sauce.
Impress With Less Stress Meals (part 1) - Chicken & Chorizo Burgers in Brioche
Prepare the barbecue and grill the patties on medium-high heat for 8-10 mins on each side until cooked. Or fry them in a large non-stick frying pan in the olive oil for 8-10 mins on each side until done.
5 Simple & Budget-Friendly Ways to Relax and De-Stress
Don’t know how to press your ‘off’ button or just put aside your worries for a few hours? You are not alone! Here are 5 simple and budget-friendly ways you can relax and de-stress. Everyone deserves and needs some time away from worrying about life, so here are some easy ways to unwind without breaking the bank.
Jonathan Saunders Enjoys His Stressful Fashion Design Job
British-based designer Jonathan Saunders, who recently debuted his Autumn/Winter 2014 collection at London Fashion Week, has said that he enjoys the stress of designing fashion collections.
How A Mistress Leaves Her Man
Date a married man is a dangerous game. Except pushing his marriage and family to the edge, you are playing with your reputation. Taking part in an interesting love story might be fun at the beginning, but it does not bring a sincere, public relationship.
Victoria Beckham on Her “Stressful” Job as a Fashion Designer
Currently in the process of setting up her first stand-alone flagship store in London which will sell all of her fashion design ventures, Victoria candidly comments that it can become stressful but she loves the job so much that she finds it positive and rewarding at the same time.
Organic Smoothies for a Healthy Pregnancy : Ginger Melon Stress Meltaway, Cabbage, Broccoli, and Celery , Raspberry Immune System Smoothie
Protect your body and your baby from illness by packing in the vitamin C found in the oranges, pineapple, lemon, and lime in this recipe. Not only does this amazing vitamin promote health and immunity, it can alleviate stress and improve mental stability and happiness.
Postpartum Distress Syndrome : Different Degrees of Depression, Causes of Postpartum Distress Syndrome
There are different degrees of depression. The mildest form is baby blues. Up to 80% of all women have “baby blues.” They usually appear between 2 days and 2 weeks after the baby is born. They are temporary and usually leave as quickly as they come. This situation lasts only a couple of weeks, and symptoms do not worsen.
What Is… Fetal Distress And The Non-Stress Test
Just as your heartbeat changes from time to time, it’s normal for your baby’s heart rate to also fluctuate. A baby’s heart beats much faster than an adult’s – on average between 120 and 160 beats per minute (healthy men have a pulse of about 60, for women it’s 80).
5 Simple Exercises That Help To Release Stresses
The busy world must make you stressed all the time. Stresses mess your life around and decrease life qualities. To ease the pressure, you should take up some following simple exercises.
Pregnancy Week by Week : Week 25 (part 2) - Stress during Pregnancy, Falling and Injuries from Falls
Feeling stress is common during any woman’s life. Stress is what you feel in situations that are dangerous, difficult or menacing. Chronic stress is stress caused by ongoing situations or problems, such as unemployment, deployment of your partner, financial problems. Anxiety is magnified worry and is greater than justified.
How To Repulse Stress When Being Pregnant
Stress is the popular problem in pregnancy. There are many reasons that cause this phenomenon: pregnant women often feel tired, eat and sleep badly, have the pressure from work
Is Stress Killing Your Libido?
Feeling worried about sex, or rather, your lack of interest in it? You’re not alone. Here’s how to understand this modern phenomenon and relight your fire
10 Ways To Release Stress At Lunch Break
A little bit pressure will help you finish the work on time and improve the work effects. However, some researches have shown that the successive pressure can result badly on your physical and spiritual health, which leads to cardiovascular diseases and the cholesterol increase in blood.
Stress Can Delay Children’s Height Development
A research has shown that pressure can make children fall into depression state and delay their height development.
Foods That Help You Release Stress
Some foods that contain lots of antioxidants will help decrease stress and the level of glucose in the body. Foods rich in vitamin C not only help improve resistance, but also help the body produce a great deal of azymin which is an important component that helps people to be relaxed and happy.
Boost Your Metabolism : Reducing Stress (part 2)
Many essential oils, such as lavender, have proven stress-reducing qualities. A warm, lavender-scented bath, for example, is a great way to relax and unwind. It also promotes restful sleep.
Boost Your Metabolism : Reducing Stress (part 1)
By this point, we know that our emotional, mental, and physical selves are intertwined and interlinked. We have ample evidence to prove that our psychological health affects our physical health, and vice versa.
10 Tips To Soothe The Stress
David Spiegel, Director of the Centre on Stress and Health of the Stanford University School of Medicine, said that hypnosis was a high-focus state of mind. If it is used right, hypnosis can refresh your mind, lower heart rate and reduce muscle tension. Try closing your eyes and imagine that there’s a stressful scene on your right, for examples, traffic jams.
Reduce Stress : For Kids and Teens (part 2)
Being a teenager or a preteenager is always difficult because of the surge of hormonal changes teenagers experience with puberty. Many teenagers suffer from depression, self-doubt, anger, hopelessness, and other intense emotions, even in response to situations adults wouldn’t necessary consider stressful.
Reduce Stress : For Kids and Teens (part 1)
Adults sometimes have the misconception (or the not-altogether-accurate memory) of childhood as one long parade of cotton candy and carousel rides. Perhaps it is the comparison with our adult lives that makes childhood seem so carefree.
Burst Your Stress Bubble
A massive 40 percent of office workers are under dangerously high levels of stress, according to a new study by office supplies company Viking. Juggling long hours at work and high-pressure deadlines while trying to squeeze in valuable downtime with family, friends and partners may be the source of a build-up that could send your health into a downward spiral.
Reduce Stress : Make Time for Stress Management (part 2)
Only you can decide what is good for you, what is bad for you, what can make your life better, or what will make it worse. Be an advocate for yourself. Stand up for what you need. If you don’t manage your stress, who will? A best friend should know you like he knows himself. Be your own best friend, and that’s exactly what you’ll have.
Reduce Stress : Make Time for Stress Management (part 1)
You can weave stress management into your life one thread at a time. To start establishing your new habits today, try doing just four little things every day. You can work them into your schedule in any way that works for you.
Reduce Stress : Your Home Life (part 2)
If you love your things and love to be surrounded by them, the trick to keeping your home stress-free is to have your things well-organized. If everything is kept neat and you know where everything is, then your abundant collections and favorite things can bring you as much joy, comfort, and calm as a de-cluttered, spare space might bring somebody else.
Reduce Stress : Your Home Life (part 1)
After a long day at work, you come home to your castle, your haven of peace and comfort and . . . a pile of dirty laundry, a mound of dirty dishes, a stack of newspapers to be sorted through and recycled, footprints in the kitchen, and, oh no, there are those videos you were supposed to return yesterday. Suddenly, it doesn’t seem so relaxing to be home.
Reduce Stress : Your Work Life (part 2)
When the day starts, know where you are going. Know what you will do. Time unplanned is often time wasted. That doesn’t mean you can’t allow for spontaneity or a lovely, unplanned, unscheduled hour or two.
Reduce Stress : Your Work Life (part 1)
We all experience stress some of the time, and these days, more and more people experience stress all of the time, particularly at work. The effects aren’t just individualized, either.
Reduce Stress : No-Stress Money Management (part 2)
Make chipping away at those high-interest debts your top priority. Debt may not be something you can hold in your hand, but neither are a lot of the things that cause you chronic stress.
Reduce Stress : No-Stress Money Management (part 1)
There is a lot more to managing your money than getting the bills paid with a little left over or maintaining a productive portfolio. We have all kinds of hidden and not-so-hidden feelings about money, emotional blocks, obsessions, and pretty strange ideas.
Reduce Stress : It's All in the Attitude (part 3)
Throughout the ages, different cultures all over the world have developed their own relaxation techniques. Some involve meditation, some breathing, some specific kinds of movement.
Reduce Stress : It's All in the Attitude (part 2)
Some people tend to deal with stress passively, letting things happen to them without trying to control the situation. Others tend to be aggressive, taking their stressful situations forcefully in hand.
Reduce Stress : It's All in the Attitude (part 1)
Optimism therapy is like an attitude adjustment but focused on reframing responses as an optimist. Optimism may have a reputation as a deluded view of the world through rose-colored glasses, but, actually, optimists are happier and healthier because they tend to assume they have control over their lives, while pessimists tend to feel that life controls them.
8 Ways To Defeat Stress After Delivery
The first week after being through labor is the hardest one when the mother’s body is still in the recovery and she’s under pressure of taking care of the baby.
Stress Less
Scaling back the Kays in the weeks leading up to race day can leave many runners feeling restless and tempted to run to calm themselves. But doing unscheduled workouts during the taper (the last two to three weeks of your training) will only put your race at risk.
Reduce Stress : Alternative Therapies (part 3)
Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis by a trained therapist to help the patient heal from the trauma of a past event, reframe negative health habits, or regain control over certain behaviors. Hypnotherapy is frequently used to help people stop smoking or overeating.
Reduce Stress : Alternative Therapies (part 2)
Treating your stress with friend therapy doesn’t mean you sit at home alone and wait for your friends to come to you. You take the initiative and get out there to make contact. Sometimes, it just takes a few words to find someone who is in the same position as you and needs friend therapy, too.
Reduce Stress : Alternative Therapies (part 1)
Set aside thirty to sixty minutes each day. Choose your creative outlet. Maybe you will write in your journal, practice the cello, paint with watercolors, or dance to classical music. Then, sit down in a quiet place where you are unlikely to be disturbed, and start creating.
Reduce Stress : Meditation (part 3)
Any concentrated focusing while repeating a sound can be called a mantra meditation, whether it’s Sufi chanting or the recitation of the rosary prayer. If you choose a word or phrase that means something to you, you may feel your meditation has a more personalized feel to it.
Reduce Stress : Meditation (part 2)
Walking meditation is excellent as an alternative to sitting meditation. Some people like to sit for most of their meditation session but then spend the last few minutes in walking meditation, and for some, who practice sitting meditation for longer periods of time, walking meditation gets the body moving periodically without breaking the meditative flow.
Reduce Stress : Meditation (part 1)
Meditation is an excellent way to cultivate control over your own mental processes, but in many cultures, meditation is often practiced for spiritual reasons, not for stress management at all.
 
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