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Month: September 2017

Coping with Killer Stress: Short and Long-Term Strategies

Coping with Killer stress: Short and Long-Term Strategies High-levels of stress have been linked to an increase in heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. A stress load index is the biological “psychological stress load” markers one can handle before these increasingly common diseases take hold. It’s a way to set precursors and has been on the rise over the past few decades. Studies have revealed stress being a negative effect on our biological development. Early death and suffering is a result when exposure to stress is present throughout our development. Gloomy, to say the least. The Causes of Our Stress...

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4 Tips to Help Insomniacs Sleep at Night

How many times have you gotten up in the morning feeling exhausted? It’s a common occurrence for many people — they either aren’t getting enough rest or they aren’t getting quality sleep. Unfortunately, sleep deprivation negatively impacts your mind and body. It’s been linked to depression and anxiety. It can also cause mood swings, keep you from focusing properly, and lower your sex drive. Basically, sleep is important. If you aren’t getting enough quality rest at night, try these tips. Try Alternative Sleeping Arrangements Some people have physical problems that make it difficult to sleep laying down, so they...

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How to Beat the Abysmal Alcohol Rehab Statistics

For the addict who has decided to get clean, they may look at the success rate of rehab facilities and feel less than enthusiastic about their chances. When more than half of those in rehab are doomed to fail, it doesn’t give the person who needs rehab much hope.  The current fail rate sits somewhere between 50% and 90%.  The reason why the numbers are so low has a lot to do with how addiction is perceived in this country. It also has a lot to do with how the addict perceives their own addiction. People turn to alcohol...

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Four Ways Movies Can Relieve Stress

During the work week, you might encounter all sorts of different stressors. Such anxieties can lead someone down the path of addiction. Making sure your loved ones do not become overwhelmed could be one of the best deeds you do during National recovery Month. Nothing is straightforward in today’s world. You may have big projects or evaluations that might be weighing on your mind. Even after work, you still need to complete the other functions of your day. This might be anything from running errands to having a social life. Functioning successfully could depend on your ability to manage...

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The Importance of Empathy in the Workplace

The world would be a better place with more empathy. Empathy is the ability to understand other people’s emotions and what they’re thinking or feeling. Empathy helps us better connect with those around us. However, with the rise of cyberbullying, the divisiveness in our current political climate, and increasing tensions in the global environment – it seems empathy, in general, has been in a decline. One place where we can start to bring empathy back is in the workplace. While the office can often be a competitive environment where everyone is working hard to advance their own careers, there...

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