How to Relieve Stress Explained By Dr.Berg

Manage your time and prioritize your tasks and commitments. Within reason, set the agenda for your time and energy. Figure out what’s most important or what commitments you can say no to. Get rid of commitments that aren’t important. Many people benefit from practices such as deep breathing, tai chi, yoga, meditation, mindfulness or being…

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TOP 5: Best Stress Relief Gadget 2021 | Relaxation Gadgets

A tech detox is a break from technology, work, and games. It can be taken for days or weeks at a time and in short intervals throughout the day. Taking these designated times to disconnect from your computer and gadgets (work and games) will help bring balance back into your life. There are many ways…

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6 Daily Habits to Reduce Stress & Anxiety

Virtually any form of physical activity can act as a stress reliever. Even if you’re not an athlete or you’re out of shape, exercise can still be a good stress reliever. Physical activity can pump up your feel-good endorphins and other natural neural chemicals that enhance your sense of well-being. Exercise can also refocus your…

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3 Deep Breathing Exercises to Reduce Stress & Anxiety

Most people take short, shallow breaths into their chest. It can make you feel anxious and zap your energy. With this technique, you’ll learn how to take bigger breaths, all the way into your belly. Get comfortable. You can lie on your back in bed or on the floor with a pillow under your head…

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Tips for Managing Stress

Some of these stress-relieving activities may work for you: Play with your kids or pets – outdoors, if possible. Take a walk in nature. Meditate or practice yoga. Work in the garden or do a home improvement project. Go for a walk, run or bike ride to clear your head. Read a book, short story or…

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What Happens To Your Brain When You Mindlessly Scroll?

Recent studies suggest Americans unlock their phones an average of 100 to 150 times a day. Whether that’s to check the time, send a text or Google a fact, each interaction can cause stress. “It might be said we are addicted to being distracted,” said Victoria Strohmeyer, a registered psychotherapist with UCHealth Yampa Valley Medical Center.…

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3 Ways to Relieve Tension Headaches

In addition to regular exercise, techniques such as biofeedback training and relaxation therapy can help reduce stress. Biofeedback training. This technique teaches you to control certain body responses that help reduce pain. During a biofeedback session, you’re connected to devices that monitor and give you feedback on body functions such as muscle tension, heart rate and…

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Reducing Stress Through Deep Breathing (1 of 3)

Deep breaths are more efficient: they allow your body to fully exchange incoming oxygen with outgoing carbon dioxide. They have also been shown to slow the heartbeat, lower or stabilize blood pressure and lower stress. To experience deep breathing, find a comfortable place to sit or lie down. Breathe slowly and deeply through your nose,…

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