By Wendy Green
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In this reassuring and easy-to-follow e-book, Wendy eco-friendly explains the mental and actual elements that give a contribution to emphasize and provides useful suggestion and a holistic method of help sufferers take care of its signs, together with basic nutritional and way of life alterations and DIY complementary treatments. This consultant may help readers learn how to establish pressure triggers, select helpful meals and supplementations, and decrease tension via aromatherapy and massage.
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Clench your fists tightly for five seconds. Stretch your fingers out, then relax them. Repeat up to five times. Switch off! Switch off from work after hours by turning off your mobile phone and Blackberry, and avoiding checking your emails. If you have to bring your work things home with you, put them away so that they remain out of sight and out of mind. 6. De-junk A crammed wardrobe, heaving shelves and overflowing cupboards can raise stress levels as you struggle to find things. De-junking your home can save you time and energy, and leave you feeling calmer and more in control.
Try this: If you can’t bear to part with an item, store it under a bed or in the loft. Make a rule that if you haven’t wanted to use it or wear it within a year, you will get rid of it. Tips for a tidy home Once you’ve cleared the clutter, try these tips to stop it building up again: Keep a waste bin in each room. Ensure you have plenty of cupboards, boxes and shelves for storage. Ask everyone in the house to tidy up after themselves. Bin newspapers and letters you don’t need to keep as soon as you have read them.
This is possibly because women’s biology predisposes them to take on a nurturing role and to multitask, both of which can lead to stress. According to leading American gynaecologists Dr Stephanie McClellan and Dr Beth Hamilton, who have spent years studying the way women’s nervous systems react to stress hormones, women also release more stress hormones than men and they stay in their bodies for longer. Work A report by the Institute of Personnel & Development in 2011 cited job insecurity caused by the economic downturn, an excessive workload, poor management and restructuring in the workplace as the leading causes of work-related stress.
50 Things You Can Do Today to Manage Stress by Wendy Green