How to make best use of your time, control stress
and handle life's problems
- Stress: Ways to Manage and Reduce It - webmd.com
10 tips to manage stress.
- 10 Practical Ways to Handle Stress - Psych Central
Stress is inevitable. It walks in and out of our lives on a regular basis. And it can easily walk all over us unless we take action. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to minimize and cope with stress.
- Stress Management - HelpGuide.org
Stress management is all about taking charge: of your lifestyle, thoughts, emotions, and the way you deal with problems. No matter how stressful your life seems, there are steps you can take to relieve the pressure and regain control.
- 16 Simple Ways to Relieve Stress and Anxiety
Excess stress is a common problem for many people. Learn effective ways to relieve stress and anxiety with these simple tips.
- 9 Simple Ways to Deal With Stress at Work
Unfortunately, work stress has significant health consequences that range from the relatively benign—more colds and flus—to the more serious, like heart disease and metabolic syndrome.
- Students Guide to Dealing with College Stress
How to navigate stressors, get help on campus and turn expert advice into tangible results.
- Critical Mental Health Resources for College Students
This resource is provides college students and young people with quality information on maintaining good mental health and identifying mental health issues.
- Managing Mental Health in College
Explains how anxiety, stress, and depression are common mental health issues that college students experience. It also goes into detail about how unhealthy lifestyle habits contribute to mental health, and how and where students can seek help.
- Stress in College Guide
Being able to manage stress is crucial for your academic success and personal well-being in college. This guide from Western Governors University will provide you with information about how to recognize different kinds of stress, as well as tips for coping in a healthy way.
- Stress in School - A Guide to Symptoms & Solutions
This guide provides causes and symptoms of stress for students from elementary age to college, that can evolve into related stress disorders like depression or substance abuse. The guide also provides tips on how teachers can limit stress in the classroom and how parents can help with getting kids to reduce their stress levels.
- Your Mind
Being healthy means dealing with the changes in your body - and your mind. Relationships, body image, families, emotions ... sort it all out in this section. This is an excellent compehensive resource for mental health - intended for teens but equally relevant for all.
- College Student Stress Management Guide
To help college students recognize, understand, and relieve stress at school.
- Stress Management
Your guide on everything related to stress, stress-induced conditions, and managing stress. Find the latest research on medical conditions related to stress and learn tips for its control and management.
- Mind Tools
Click on the top-left menus for the 'How to Manage Time Effectively' and 'Techniques for Controlling Stress' pages, packed with useful ideas.
- Data Science and the Mental Health Industry
Learn how Data Science may help accelerate diagnosis (and thus treatment) for those struggling with Mental Illness.
- What’s the Fastest Way to Lower My Blood Pressure Safely?
Provides useful information about diagnosing high blood pressure, coping techniques to reduce immediate high blood pressure concerns, and long-term changes that we can make to lead a lifestyle that minimizes high blood pressure.
Favorite inspirational quotes, with commentary by Peter Shepherd, on this basic challenge that inevitably accompanies us through life as we work to achieve our goals.
- Recognizing and Addressing Depression Presenting as Anger
Tips for treating depression and anger, such as identifying negative thought patterns and practicing self-compassion.
Take a look at the infographic below for tips on how to relieve stress with a little bit of laughter...
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