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Stress Management And Health

Stress usually goes hand in hand together with health. Depending for the stress level of someone, the impact of stress in the body ranges from minor tired palms to passing away. Letting stress develop can slowly degrade health and can cause main health risks. Managing tension and health are important ways to avoid health problems in the future. In order to manage stress and well being better, a person should first be knowledgeable to the severe effects of stress in the body.

Bodily And Behavioral Signs and symptoms of Stress

Stressors can be either external or perhaps internal. External triggers involve situations in the workplace, death or illness in the family, or simply by becoming angry. Alternatively, most of the stress that individuals experience is self-generated or even internal. A person generally creates his or her own stress but this indicates that the person has the choice or doing nothing something like that about it.

Stress can affect major body systems. When a person feels stressed, there is an rise in heart rate, elevation in the blood pressure. The constant pressure in the heart can make a person susceptible to cardiac arrest and other heart-related difficulties.

The digestive system is furthermore affected during anxiety. Some people can experience diarrhea, constipation, vomiting, dryness of the mouth area and the throat. Virtually every time stress may also cause sleeping disturbances, nausea, and in significant cases tightness with the chest, neck, chin and the back muscle tissue.

Changes in behavioral designs are also noticeable in the person experiencing the duress of stress. People who smoke experience increase in smoking pattern. Aggressive actions and hostility toward others and even inanimate objects are sometimes associated with a person being easily startled. A persons diet can also be affected by the particular irregular eating habits brought on by stress.

Some people which cannot handle anxiety usually resort to alcoholic beverages and drug make use of. Additionally, compulsive conduct, impatience and carelessness are also the behavioral outcomes of stress.

Long Term Ramifications

Exposure to stress in the long term can surely deteriorate a persons well-being. During stress the body produces hormones that enable the body to handle the current situation. Short-term effects of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and corticosteroids include tense muscle tissues, queasiness and an in increase in breathing and also heart rates.

The long term implications of these the body’s hormones include allergic reactions, intestinal disorder, heart disease, exhaustion headaches and migraine. Impotence and premature ejaculation can occur in men although erratic menstrual cycle for females.

When the body constantly releases the hormones, slumbering patterns can also be impacted and can sometimes cause insomnia. In extreme cases, stress, in the end, can cause eczema, ulcerative colitis, oral cavity and peptic ulcers and recurring muscular aches and pains.

Living Healthy

What sort of person identifies stress is important to overall health. When stress gets too huge to handle, the damage to a persons both mental and physical well-being can be irreversible. Living a healthy life might help a person cope with stress easily.

Exercise is very important in stress and health management. And also a healthy diet, exercise is the best way to lower stress levels. It improves sugar metabolism through effective use of insulin. Workout also aids in placing a stop in the awful cycles of stress-eating, pleasure to alcohol, tobacco and drugs.

An individual may also consider taking herbs, and anti-stress health supplements. Taking vitamins as well as avoiding alcohol are successful methods in improving health and aid a person cope with tension better.

Comments: 138

  1. Latosha February 19, 2013 at 7:21 am Reply

    I have had some really bad depression because i was abandoned by my love, stress from school, mistreated by my friends, and family problems. I have had liver hemmorage/failure,seizures, and breathing problems. A few months before all my drama happened I was happy and healthy. I have bottled everything up and the more intense it gets the more ill i get. And I can’t move on unless I express my anger towards the people that hurt me. What must I do?

  2. Mike March 11, 2013 at 5:35 am Reply

    Can someone please, help me with this, English is my second language and i would appreciate it greatly.

    One of the topics include “professional concerns”, which center around the idea that a nonprofessional in stress management undertake clients to reduce their stress.

    That only experienced counselors or health professionals should go into stress management services.

    This article demonstrates the varies approaches to stress management that health professionals, therapists and counselors can utilize for their patients
    I am writhing a paper on stress management, would you be able to make my three sentences flow?
    If you can restate them, i would be thankfull 🙂

  3. Virginia March 15, 2013 at 11:19 am Reply

    My friend is cutting her wrist with a pencil. She is thinking that it feels good and it is the only choice. I want to help her know the health problems and I wish that she would stop. I asked her not to cut her wrist near or in front of me. I do not know any thing else I could do. If you have any info or have any thing for me to help her please tell me.

  4. Renay March 15, 2013 at 11:43 am Reply

    I’m doing this health project at home which required me to include a picture for each of the six parts of health. I don’t know what to put on mental or emotional. It would be grateful for some pictures or some examples.

  5. Clelia March 15, 2013 at 11:43 am Reply

    I have noticed that the only time my face is completely acne free is when I am on vacation. So I related my acne to stress because other then that I do not eat junk food, drink sodas, I excise enough and get enough sleep. So how can I reduce stress without doing yoga or taking walks? How can I reduce stress while I’m in school doing homework etc.?

    I do not feel stressed but I guess my body begs to differ.
    Btw I am in high school.

  6. Katharina April 11, 2013 at 1:25 am Reply

    I’m going into Highschool this year, and a lot of stress is being put on planning for our futures. At the moment, I am planning on majoring in Psychology or something similar in college, and I was wondering what sort of jobs would be available for someone with a degree in that field.

    Obviously, a psychologist is an option. But what about things that aren’t normally associated with Psychology? For instance, could one become a teacher with a Psy. Degree? If you don’t mind, could people share with the the different fields one could enter with a decent (4-8 year) Psychology degree?

    Also, are there other majors similar to psychology?

    Please and thank you, much love, people!

  7. Frederic April 14, 2013 at 8:14 pm Reply

    I am constantly stressed, overwhelmed, scared of death, my future, planes, taking chances and embarrassment, nausea, cold/sweaty hands, weight gain, sharp pains in chest and stomach, ringing in ear, nightmares, and body aches. My heart has been skipping a beat a lot lately and I’ve been depressed too. I guess I never really thought about having it because I never paid attention to it, but a lot of things have been happening to me now that I am under an immense amount of stress.

  8. Delma April 20, 2013 at 1:47 pm Reply

    I have been getting headaches that range from minor to major pain. I have the feeling they are from stress. How can I get rid of them? I eat well and sleep enough.

  9. Larry May 1, 2013 at 5:07 am Reply

    i used to rely on drugs when i was stressed but i quit all that and i noticed ive been getting really stressed lately. what are some effective ways to relieve stress even a little bit.

  10. Lorriane May 2, 2013 at 12:53 pm Reply

    We looked online at the various providers. Each one has some “specialties” listed. My friend is needs help with stress management, and she has a lot of resentment towards her mother and she thinks this is affecting her relationship with her husband. We also thinkshe may have depression/be depressed because she cries often out of nowhere and she can’t sleep, lack of appetite and there have been a lot of things going on in her family. She is always questioning and second-guessing herself. Sometimes she will be fine and will start a fight or look sad for no reason, but the mood swings are not as severe to be bi-polar.
    The specialties listed are : Cognitive therapy, solution based counseling, women’s issues, family, marital, anxiety disorders, affective disorders, anger management, behavio modification. I am trying to help her but we are so confused as to what she needs! Please advise. Thanks.

  11. Del May 2, 2013 at 2:32 pm Reply

    Hello

    I am currently in eleventh grade and I am EXTREMELY busy. I have so many things to do and think about including the SAT, science fair and projects.

    Can anyone give me some tips on getting organized and time management?

    Thanks

  12. Denny May 7, 2013 at 8:56 am Reply

    I’ve dealt with a lot of stress during the course of my pregnancy. I’m 34 weeks, so I don’t have much longer until I meet my little boy. I’m really excited, but I worry my son may not be a happy baby. ):

    Any words of reassurance otherwise?

  13. Mohamed May 22, 2013 at 5:16 pm Reply

    Okay, lately I’ve been out of shape (and I blame myself with addition of stress). So I was wondering if somone could give me some suggestion on what I should do. And no one recommend surgery because I’m a bit too young for that. Lots of exersize? Less eating?

  14. Raymond May 23, 2013 at 5:26 am Reply

    What opportunities do you have to use health care services?

  15. Loni May 28, 2013 at 2:07 am Reply

    I’m asking this on behalf of my friend who is some what suffering from insomnia and this is really affecting her stress rate. Her mom always asks her to sleep at 7pm when she isn’t tired and she ends up staring into mid air blankly in the middle of the night. And this is really adding to her stress rate. Please help by giving some suggestions >.< thank you.

  16. Donita June 2, 2013 at 11:45 am Reply

    I’m currently under huge stress for many reasons, I’m foreigner living in Japan and I’m afraid this could affect my child. In Japan people don’t do any counseling or anything.It’s just piling and piling.

  17. Marcellus June 2, 2013 at 11:45 am Reply

    PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS QUESTION FROM MY STRESS MANAGEMENT HOMEWORK !!

  18. Valentin June 2, 2013 at 11:45 am Reply

    I’m about to get a lab puppy and i was wondering what they health problems for there breed
    And im getting the dog from a family friend

  19. Bailey June 2, 2013 at 11:46 am Reply

    I have hard classes and the college I go to and now I’m gettting stressed out over all of it. I have been having some health stuff wrong thanks to it. Does anyone know what I can do?

  20. Joycelyn June 2, 2013 at 11:46 am Reply

    I am by nature a very creative and unorganized person. I have had some problems for the last several years to boot including divorce and other major life changes and in short my life is pretty much out of whack. If you have a mountain of responsibilities to face how do you do it? I try doing one thing at a time which works but in the mean time, everything else is off balance. If I try to do everything at once (trying to lose weight for health reasons, raise kids, deal with divorce related court stuff, hold a full-time job and about a million other things) it all falls apart. How do people get it so together?

  21. Samatha June 2, 2013 at 11:46 am Reply

    I’ve been asked to produce some CDs with stress management/mental health tips – voice only – but haven’t got a clue where to start. I was hoping to be able to create these myself as only a couple are needed. I’ve been looking at digital recorders and wondered if this was the way forward. Any ideas would be really great. Thanks

  22. Lance June 2, 2013 at 11:46 am Reply

    I become stress when I studying too much.

  23. Billi June 2, 2013 at 11:46 am Reply

    I am always so stressed out. I recently got some grey hairs because if it and I look 5 years older than I am due to it. How can I reduce stress if my life consists of stress, and I am naturally a stressful person?

  24. Damian June 2, 2013 at 11:47 am Reply

    -Exercise
    -Diet
    -Sleep
    -Stress Management

    And is one more important than the other?

  25. Mervin June 2, 2013 at 11:47 am Reply

    I am a cook for an ice cream store and I tend to get stressed when we get really busy. I usually work alone, but sometimes with abnother person. I jsut needs some tips on how to do better about not getting stressed and how I can work on putting the food out faster.

  26. Ping June 2, 2013 at 11:47 am Reply

    Right now, I study psychology. But I want to be a life coach focusing on stress and time management as well as health. I also want to be a physical trainer. How long will all of this take?

  27. Janelle June 2, 2013 at 11:47 am Reply

    Some groups/exercises I can print out and use for my stress management mental health group.

  28. Emmy June 2, 2013 at 11:47 am Reply

    I’m homeschooling at the moment, and this is the last assignment I have for my Health course. It’s giving me hell and I could really use some help.

    1. Trace the path of a drop of blood from the time it enters the vena cava until it reaches your little finger. Be sure to include the types of blood vessels involved.

    2. List the different types of CVD. Compare and contrast their symptoms, risk factors, prevention, and treatment.

    3. What are the major indicators that CVD poses a particularly significant risk to people of your age? To the elderly? To people from selected minority groups?

    4. Discuss the role that exercise, stress management, dietary changes, medical checkups, sodium reduction, and other factors can play in reducing risk for CVD. What role may chronic infections play in CVD risk?

    5. Discuss why age is such an important factor in women’s risk for CVD. What can be done to decrease women’s risk in later life?

    6. Describe some of the diagnostic and treatment alternatives for CVD. If you had a heart attack today, which treatment would you prefer? Explain why.

  29. Dylan June 2, 2013 at 7:05 pm Reply

    I have several health problems; High blood pressure, very thick blood, sleeping problems,ischemic attacks and mild depression. Are there any certain foods or exercise I can do to reduce these problems without taking medication. I am curious.

  30. Lonnie June 6, 2013 at 3:10 pm Reply

    I know I sound maybe a bit insane seeing as I am 16 years old and I’m stressed out with my life. I am struggling to not only get through high school, dealing with all the crap that people can say and do about you, the teachers and parents expectations of you to succeed and do well while I’m failing one of my courses-math to be exact. I’m not perfect, well no one is for that matter, and I know failure is a part of life but I have so much pressure to be as successful as my older brother and sister (My brother is now a doctor and my sister is graduating as a nurse and have done honors in high school and university), I have no idea what to do with my life after high school (if I even manage to get through!), I’m dealing with so much bull shit from my friends and people that aren’t my friends, and there are days where I’ll wake up hating myself, fearing the day (especially on days where I have big exams because I have huge test anxiety), have my family make me feel bad about pity things like my grades and some nights I can’t sleep, I’ll cry myself to sleep, I feel lonely even though I have close friends, feel extremely overwhelmed and stressed and there are some nights before a big exams I’ll have panic attacks and feel I’m about to die with all this stress. I must have gotten my poor coping skills with my stress from my dad because he’s pretty bad too! I don’t think I’m the only one dealing with pressure and bullshit from this world and so far the only thing I’ve tried is listening to music and yoga and for me it only works temporarily. I have a big passion for rock, metal, and rap music, bands like Three Days Grace, Paramore, Hollywood Undead, Evanescence, Eminem, Linkin Park, Bring Me the Horizon, Bullet for my Valentine, etc (I could go all day on music, my passion is music!:D) and yoga is a nice calming workout but it doesn’t really help me get through each day without freaking out about my marks, or what people say and do to you (I’ve been bullied alot lately, more cyberbullying then physical and as well as gossiping/rumors,) and more importantly the huge pressure I put on myself and from my family. I know other people can cope better than others in times of stress and anxiety but I can’t!! If anyone has any good pointers or suggestions that have worked for them than please share them!! Thank you!!:D (I’m too young to be worrying about life!:P I should be partying (aha if I ever get invited to those big parties, XD) and sometimes hanging with my friends makes me more stressed out, I definitely need to find a way to RELAX. AH!:P

  31. Steven June 17, 2013 at 4:08 am Reply

    I have been invited to do sample teaching presentation to be considered for a Faculty position in the Health Science field. I thought about doing a presentation on Stress Management but I’m not sure if this is appropriate. This suppose to be presented as if it’s to actual students in a classroom setting. Do you this a presentation on Stress Management will be appropriate or do you suggest something else? I am open to all suggestions and opinions!! THANKS

  32. Sanford June 23, 2013 at 12:29 pm Reply

    A friend of my is taking vitamin B-12 injections for stress management. Is this a health risk?

  33. Tierra June 25, 2013 at 9:44 pm Reply

    I’m going to college and working part time, and I’m so stressed! Not to mention I struggle with social anxiety, which adds to the stress, which in turn adds to the anxiety. The stress is wearing me out and sometimes I feel like I’m about ready to have a nervous breakdown. Any good ideas for dealing with the stress?

  34. Normand July 6, 2013 at 8:40 am Reply

    I would like to hear about ways schools, media, churches, clubs, correction centres etc.ect. can create better social skills, self esteem, problem solving skills and stress management skills, anger managment ect. ect. in our children

  35. Shena July 7, 2013 at 7:27 am Reply

    Hi. I am thinking of ordering some supplements to promote a healthy metabolism, digestion, relaxation, stress management, circulation, energizers, mental stimulators, etc. What are some of your favorite supplements? Some supplements like Melatonin have a recreational use, and I’d be interested in those as well. What are some healthy/fun supplements you like to take?

  36. Eloisa July 19, 2013 at 7:10 am Reply

    I have an appointment next week with the Pain Management Center at my local hospital. I am worried they are just going to tell me to go get massages etc but I don’t have insurance right now (lost my job). What can I expect in terms of tests and such? So far nothing has worked except opiates, but I would rather have relief without the bias against drugs.

  37. Ray July 20, 2013 at 2:09 pm Reply

    How did improve the heatlh/stress management and how is it useful?

  38. Monte July 23, 2013 at 2:04 am Reply

    Question:
    Discuss in detail, the consequences for teens/young adults if stress is not managed properly now and/or in the future.

  39. Lynnette July 24, 2013 at 1:17 pm Reply

    Do u have any ideas of speakers who speak about mental health issues, that are willing to do a speaking event at a college? The topics could be depression, mental illnesses, and how to help someone in need. But also the positive aspects of mental health like relaxation and stress management.

  40. Santo July 27, 2013 at 12:37 pm Reply

    One of my friends in my unit is about to go see a mental health professional at behavioral health for “abnormal stress reactions”. The guy gets stressed out somewhat easily and it has sometimes had an effect on his job performance. However, he does try hard and can usually get the job done. However, his stress management issues have led the CO to send him to mental health. He is worried that he might get discharged or barred from deployment. What are the chances of this happpening?

  41. Blaine July 28, 2013 at 11:04 pm Reply

    What if you have a student in your class that belongs to a very Eastern way of knowing family where they stress the inner rather than the outer world, how would you reach that student and relate what you are teaching to him or her using modern technology?

  42. Margarito July 31, 2013 at 2:54 am Reply

    Work, family, holidays- the stress can build up. What do you do to relieve stress in your own life?

  43. Rosaria August 2, 2013 at 5:36 pm Reply

    Please describe the health and wellness benefits of yoga/pilates and their contribution to stress management? PLEASE HELP ME

  44. Vanesa August 3, 2013 at 12:47 am Reply

    I have to write two research papers 3 pages minimum each, not including tittle and reference page. The first is identify and analyze Risk Factors related to Cardiovascular Disease and Describe your own individual cardiovascular risk factor prevention plan. The second is to identify positive coping skills related to dealing with stress management and Identify your own stress management prevention plan.

    Not really the sharpest tool in the shed and its my first time with college HW so what exactly is it i have to write about? Any tips, examples, etc… Thanks

  45. Scotty August 3, 2013 at 1:44 am Reply

    i go to this really strict, college preparatory schol. its really hard with all the expectations they have for us to follow, i enter school at 7:30, & get out at 4:30, thats 9 hours of school, plus ALL the homework they give us. how can i relieve some of my stress?

  46. Mary August 5, 2013 at 8:09 pm Reply

    I’m a middle-aged female. I’m out of shape and want to start walking on a treadmill at the gym for better health, stress management and to lose weight. I hope to add strength training in the future but just want to walk for now.

  47. Noel August 11, 2013 at 3:53 am Reply

    I seem to be stressed out a lot lately and I was wondering what techniques I can use to relieve my stress.

  48. Cristobal August 16, 2013 at 6:40 pm Reply

    My social studies teacher wants us to find a current event thats happening globally (not usa) and he wants me to write about it and write a reaction, I CANT FIND ANY I HAVENT HANDED IN THE PASSED TWO CAUSE I CANT FIND ANY ARTICLES!!! HELP! and my health teacher wants me to do a summary on a stress/stress management article and write a 100 word reaction…. please where can i find these damn things i have been looking forever.

  49. Fermin August 17, 2013 at 4:49 pm Reply

    I am trying to venture out on my own as a Health Educator and i am wondering what I would charge to do presentations for groups on various health topics, i.e. STD/HIV/AIDS, smoking cessation, texting and driving, stress management, etc.

  50. Adrian September 2, 2013 at 8:11 am Reply

    Is there a connection between stress management and spirituality? Can one identify their stress, manage it and connect with their own spirituality? Is it important for your health? How will you create a balance in our fast-paced society? Describe and recommend three strategies that help keep that balance.

  51. Yetta September 9, 2013 at 4:29 am Reply

    I have been invited to do sample teaching presentation to be considered for a Faculty position in the Health Science field. I thought about doing a presentation on Stress Management but I’m not sure if this is appropriate. This suppose to be presented as if it’s to actual students in a classroom setting. Do you this a presentation on Stress Management will be appropriate or do you suggest something else? I am open to all suggestions and opinions!! THANKS

  52. Santo September 14, 2013 at 12:24 pm Reply

    I’m doing a health project on stress management and my topic is on music. and i need to know the average cost of concerts, cds,and download from the computer.

  53. Rufus September 14, 2013 at 11:11 pm Reply

    I get regular stress related headaches, usually after becoming annoyed, irritated or angry. Particularly after becoming angry I suffer from headaches for several weeks later.

    I always have the headaches on one side of the skull, and by touch I can feel the surface of this side of my scalp is irregular, while the other side is smooth.

    My GP referred me for brain scan as I was concerned about possible issues within my brain, but it checked out ok. The scans however do show abnormal development on one side, and this side correlates with the headaches. The doctor said there is nothing to worry about, but he said to try to address mental health issues, such as avoiding anxiety. I felt at times hopeless and had suicidal thoughts. However, my life is very good overall, I am a very lucky person. My health, job, finances and family are all good. But on the other hand, in most parts of my life there are minor issues which keep annoying me, such as disruption to my sleep, disrespectful colleagues, occasional conflict etc.. There are times when these annoyances accumulate to create an overall problem. There are also particular events which trigger very high anxiety such as direct conflict.

    So my feeling is that I should do something about anger management, and I’ve decided to try a different strategy in responding to conflicts with my wife. I’ve told my wife, instead of fighting with her when I am angry, I will go outside for a walk. I will let her know I’m not happy, and I will remove myself from the situation in order to reduce the level of conflict escalation. This is to minimise the impacts on myself of my own anger. She agrees to this idea, she said its good for me to go out for a walk when these situations arise.

  54. Micaela September 15, 2013 at 8:33 am Reply

    I don’t want to sound like a whiney teenager, but I’m afraid that is what this may turn in to. I’ve been handling a lot of stress for a while and it’s taken it’s toll on sleep, my frequent headaches have returned, and I’m almost always sick to my stomach. I’m a huge computer nerd and a sophomore (10th grade) in high school. Like I said in one of my previous questions, I’ve been with the same girlfriend for 3 years but like a different girl even more, who also likes me back. Rather than make a mature decision and dump my girlfriend or avoid the other girl, I have done neither and I guess I’m stringing them both along, I know, I’m a horrible person. Most of my friends are nerds as well, and we’re all pretty arrogant and competitive, but they are arrogant to the point where they make me feel like unwanted crap regularly. I’m also the only thing that stands between my divorced parents entering another court battle. I’m addicted to caffeine and hacking, and I obsess about my grades. I have been diagnosed with mild OCD and ADHD and I’m pretty shy and insecure. I am extremely sentimental to the point of depression. I assume these are all causes of my stress and I need advice on how to deal with it before I have a heart attack.

  55. Rufus September 16, 2013 at 12:44 am Reply

    I know they can concentrate better in exams and focus more on their school work. They will be in better health, etc. But what else?? pertaining to their school life/ work, relationships, family life..etc.

    Thanks:)
    (in other words..the benefits of stress management(teens))

  56. Ray September 28, 2013 at 4:24 am Reply

    Okay so I was a bit stressed this morning for some reason. I didn’t yell out in anger but I kinda got pissed. Is this bad for you? I’m fine now. No anger. I just get bursts of anger sometimes but I don’t yell. I just try to keep calm but I sometimes feel my head getting hot. Is this okay? Did it damage my health at all?

  57. Jacquline September 29, 2013 at 8:53 pm Reply

    I don’t know much about having insurance, I’ve never had to get it for myself. I am currently uninsured so not sure how to go about doing this. I am trying to see a psychiatrist for post traumatic stress disorder.

  58. Irving October 9, 2013 at 5:12 am Reply

    I am a third year university student and have only been in the fall semester two days and I already feel overwhelmed and stressed out. I have exams, essay tests, quizzes, pop, quizzes, two ten page papers, ten three page papers, weekly reading, weekly homework, etc. I have five classes on monday alone yet i am only taking 12 credits. I don’t deal with stress well at all! Does anyone have any advice?

  59. Galen October 15, 2013 at 10:37 am Reply

    I am a newly qualified life coach and work with clients who need help with stress management and confidence issues. I have just moved to London from Cardiff and want to start coaching in London, however, it would be much easier to work for a coaching and mentoring company to start off with so that I can gain some experience before setting out on my own.

    I was just wondering if anyone could offer any suggestions about how I could go about doing this, organisations to call etc.

    Any help would be appreciated!

    Thanks
    Natasha

  60. Leighann October 18, 2013 at 11:10 am Reply

    I have wanted to be a Family Doctor for a long time but I don’t have the math or stress management skills required for medical school. I am currently a nursing student and I am managing that quite well. Within the next few years, I would like to become either a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. Which one has the job responsibilities are most closely related to a Family Doctor?

  61. Jacque October 24, 2013 at 12:57 am Reply

    I feel honestly like I’m gonna have to hit the wall or something!
    I have been on stress management courses, and learned all about how I should be dealing with this but grrrrr! what if it’s not me but the people stressing me out that have the problem?

  62. Reginald October 28, 2013 at 5:08 pm Reply

    Hi, I am looking for some stress management exercises which I can do in office.

    Something subtle can be good. I do not want my colleagues to know I am not effective
    and stressed up.

    Any idea?

  63. Erma October 28, 2013 at 6:43 pm Reply

    I have a project I am doing about stress management. My part of the project is to come up with a mnemonic device and an acronym. I have already completed the acronym but need help with the mnemonic device. Thank you for helping me.
    I’m not memorizing anything in particular. I have to come up with tips on stress management and turn them into a mnemonic device. Any article online is what i’ve been searching.

  64. Mary November 17, 2013 at 3:01 am Reply

    Hi there.

    Our classroom task is to make a 15 min. video presentation that will tackle stress management among college students.

    Do you have any suggestions on how we can make it as creative yet as informative as possible? Please elaborate.

    THANKS SO MUCH!!

  65. Bryan November 27, 2013 at 10:43 am Reply

    I have developed some not exactly healthy methods to deal with stress, including smoking. I mention it because needing to have a smoke is one of the biggest indicator I’m under too much stress.
    Work, money, eating right, difficult people, traffic, things breaking down around the house, negative news, etc…
    I don’t necessarily want to be able to handle more stress.
    I’ve started a journal where I have noted the things that I find stressful, and have rated them according to how stressful they are and how much control I have over them.
    I am open to any answers, even pollyanna & (non-fundie) religious ones.
    I’m looking for advice on what the path towards better stress management really entails. Any good books you could suggest, too.
    Thank you in advance.

  66. Melita December 3, 2013 at 1:56 pm Reply

    Adequate sleep
    Stress management
    Healthy diet
    Daily exercise
    Proper personal care (i.e. brushing teeth, putting on sunscreen, etc)

    These are 5 elements of a healthy lifestyle. I feel like many new parents neglect these, or at least some of them and as a result, their health suffers. I don’t want that to happen to me.

    The proper personal care really shouldn’t be hard to keep. Brushing teeth twice a day, flossing, showering, skin care and the like really shouldn’t be an issue. Healthy eating also shouldn’t be too much of a problem, since we won’t be eating out as much. Thus, my focus will be on the other 3.

    Adequate sleep: I get cranky, groggy, and inattentive if I have had less than 7 or 7.5 hours of sleep. If I get less than 7 hours of sleep, I consider that severe sleep deprivation, and that is associated with reduced alertness, and reduced productivity, and most importantly, it does NOT feel good. That is not fair to my employer, and it certainly isn’t fair to myself. Moreover, even mild sleep deprivation can cause weight gain, which I don’t want.

    Stress management: I’m sure there will be more demands on me, so it is important that I include time to de-stress. I am an avid football fan, so I am hoping to continue watching football every Sunday (watching football doesn’t have to entail sitting and drinking beer – it could entail keeping the game on in the background while doing housework, and if I hear the commentators get excited, I turn my attention to the game).

    Daily exercise: I want to maintain and hopefully bolster my muscle mass while not gaining body fat. I am in my early 30s, and I am not far from the age where this will become a problem, so it is more important than ever for me to continue weight lifting 3 times per week. On my non-lifting days, I will limit activities to going for a 4 mile run, or playing recreational sports.

    Until recently, people kept telling me how responsible I am. “It’s good that you’re eating healthy, exercising, and going to bed on time while the others are out partying, eating crap, and living sedentary lifestyles”. Now they are calling me selfish. To me that is just plain retarded. Since when is living a healthy lifestyle SELFISH? Are they seriously telling me to sacrifice my health??

  67. Sarita December 16, 2013 at 1:51 am Reply

    Hi,
    My BF recently lost his job.
    He says that he was under tremendous stress and hence strayed. He hired a hooker for the night. She even gave him a BJ.
    Now he says he is sorry. He will learn stress management. I like him but I am getting confused. Should I forgive him? Surely losing a job is a cause of stress.
    Will he stray again?

  68. Darwin December 23, 2013 at 4:02 am Reply

    Is mental health covered by the plans in the insurance exchange? Is an M.A. therapist considered a “specialist doctor” even if they don’t have a medical degree? How do I find out how much is covered under various plans?

  69. Jerry December 23, 2013 at 4:11 am Reply

    about the stress management of the accountancy student in all levels..

  70. Randolph December 23, 2013 at 4:15 am Reply

    If there is a free parent workshop, which of the following topics will appeal to you the most, and why? Thank you!
    1. Effective communication with young children
    2. Stress management for young children
    3. Dealing with temper tantrums
    4. Raising self-esteem and confidence in children
    …5. How to raise a bilingual child?

  71. Issac December 23, 2013 at 4:20 am Reply

    I need to do a presentation about Biofeedback as a stress management technique to my A level PE class. It would be very helpful if there was a way I could do some simple biofeedback techniques with them to demonstrate how it is done, but I am not sure how I could do this without expensive equipment etc. Any ideas would be very welcome, thank you.

  72. Bennie December 23, 2013 at 4:24 am Reply

    So i’m looking for any job I can get right now, and going to apply for restaurant hostess jobs. However, my degree is in English and I have no restaurant background. I do have classes that have skills that may relate to restaurant business like interpersonal communication and stress management, but overall i’m not sure how tailor a resume to a hostess job with my background. My past jobs were editor for lit magazine and a workstudy office job. Any tips?

  73. Willard December 23, 2013 at 4:32 am Reply

    I am doing a stress management course and cannot decide which answer it should be.
    I have been pondering over this for quite some time so help with this is going to be so appreciated.

  74. Rusty December 24, 2013 at 3:01 am Reply

    According to ABC News Special Stress Management, what is the name of the stress hormone released by the body?

  75. Sherill December 24, 2013 at 3:02 am Reply

    It is for a project and we need a catchy and good name for stress management. Stress Less is out just because it is too short. any suggestions welcome!

  76. Alfredo December 28, 2013 at 4:48 am Reply

    I am going to tenth grade and I have major stress management problems when school starts!! I get so stressed out that I actually get sick!! Please give me suggestions that I can use to manage stress!!
    Thank you!!

  77. Digna January 10, 2014 at 8:37 pm Reply

    Since Junior year started stress and anxiety has really began to affect my body. I get upset stomachs almost every time I get to school in the mornings, I feel nauseous on and off throughout the day, I cannot sit still at times, and overall I just don’t feel well. I already have a very sensitive stomach, I cannot eat much dairy at all anymore especially because of this, and I just don’t know how to deal with this. I get anxious sometimes for no reason at all even when I am not in school as well. Please how can I overcome this stressful year and relax myself so that these annoying and inconvenient side effects stop?

  78. Keith January 12, 2014 at 5:04 am Reply

    Hey(: So I’m in high school and I was wondering what are a few stress management tips/techniques I can use? Were learning stress symptoms and management in my child development, and we have to come up with some techniques 🙂 Thanks.

  79. Dorthea January 12, 2014 at 7:23 am Reply

    A. Iron
    B. Vitamin C
    C. No supplements are recommended for stress management.
    D. Zinc

  80. Porsche February 2, 2014 at 10:01 am Reply

    thanks every one! so many answers in such a short time! what if i can not spend time on going to the gym? my school prgram is demanding as hell, i sleep about 3-4 hours /night just to survive! the short time that i sleep , my mind is still working with school issues, i you are wondering what the hell i study like this for! its architecture! every time i am going to school i feel like my heart is going to stop! its intense, i have no time for pampering myself. can a doctor help my situation? can medications control cortisol?

  81. Fidel February 2, 2014 at 10:40 am Reply

    Please identify the importance of stress management skills and where breathing exercises fit into stress management.

  82. Terrell February 2, 2014 at 10:56 am Reply

    i am in a stressful situation.Please help me and tell me how to get rid of stress

  83. Erma February 2, 2014 at 9:00 pm Reply

    I’m 16, a guy done with puberty and all of that. Recently this week I have been getting very stressed over little things. I haven’t had a problem with stress for months, not since maybe november. Anyway, a few weeks ago I noticed that I began to gain a lot of weight. I’m not sure what is causing all of it, it’s not puberty, all the tests confirm i’ve been done for well over a year btw. But I read today that stress causes weight gain, only thing is the weight gain started about two weeks before the stress. I haven’t eaten any differently (actually i’ve been eating healthier) so I can’t just not be taking care of myself. I’m not really sure what’s up, but I’ve been watching what I eat and all that stuff and I’ve never had to do that before. I truly think that the stress and weight gain are somewhat related, but to the extent I’m not sure.

    Whats going on

  84. Clyde February 11, 2014 at 6:50 pm Reply

    At school Im a happy kid and everyone loves me… but when I get home if someone asks me to do one thing or talks to me I react like its the end of the world. Anything I can do to relieve the stress in my life??? if so help… Thanks.

  85. Tressa February 21, 2014 at 9:36 pm Reply

    I generally have acne-free skin, but for the past few months I’ve been really stressing out. The stress is unavoidable at the moment. This is making me break out and causing my skin to become a lot more oily. I wash my face and apply astringent right when I wake up and before I go to bed, I’ve tried an acne spot gel..but it’s not being of much help. Nobody’s said anything, or noticed as far as I know, but I’m really taking hits on my self-esteem and self-confidence. Advice? 🙂
    Also, I don’t smoke!

  86. Fonda February 21, 2014 at 10:34 pm Reply

    my job needs more working hours this month and i don’t get enough sleep.so how to compensate it.i mean what diet should i take and any techniques to overcome pressure and maintain good health.

  87. Charlyn February 21, 2014 at 11:47 pm Reply

    For over 2 years now i have been feeling this weird sensation that is not quite painful but more like a pressure that shifts location in my brain or head. The best way i could describe it is like head full of water and it shifts location. Its every night, whem im laying down or when my head is in a certain position. sometimes it happens when im standing also but rarely. I also noticed that when im very stressed it happens even more. i have been having this little chest pains to add to it but these are rare also. i went to my pcp and they advised me to get a ct scan although im scared of that tunnel that is why i havent done it yet. she prescribed tylenol but truthly that doesnt help much. i still feel it and every night and is hard for me to sleep right away because of it. is very annoying. HELP PLEASE>>> ANY ADVISE? THANKS

  88. Delisa February 21, 2014 at 11:59 pm Reply

    howdo u reduce stress? thanks

  89. Ray February 21, 2014 at 11:59 pm Reply

    In your opinion,
    Is stress…

    Avoidable or Unavoidable >Why?

    Predictable or Unpredictable >Why?

  90. Brittaney February 21, 2014 at 11:59 pm Reply

    Ok so I take the smallest problem and make it so big. My birthday is coming up in a month and last year i totally ruined it cuz i was too stressed. I take something that i cant really do any thing about and make a wrorst scenario out of it…its so bad. I need to learn to take things as they come. I’ve been trying to continuously say things to myslef but i cant it just keeps reminding me when im not even thining of it…plz help!

  91. Juan February 22, 2014 at 12:15 am Reply

    if so how?????
    can it cause to eat less coz i ‘m very thin

  92. Bianca February 22, 2014 at 12:18 am Reply

    How should cop up with the high stress level that is harming my health and also studies?

  93. Kortney February 22, 2014 at 12:18 am Reply

    Ok so I take the smallest problem and make it so big. My birthday is coming up in a month and last year i totally ruined it cuz i was too stressed. I take something that i cant really do any thing about and make a wrorst scenario out of it…its so bad. I need to learn to take things as they come. I’ve been trying to continuously say things to myslef but i cant it just keeps reminding me when im not even thining of it…plz help!
    23 minutes ago – 4 days left to answer.

  94. Florance February 22, 2014 at 1:24 am Reply

    im bipolar 2 and ive been on lemictal for about a week now and its the best med ive ever taken for bipolar, it treats the depression part and equetro treats my manic. before i started taking lemictal i was depressed for months and it was real bad. but since i started it, i havent felt this good in a LONG time. i feel ‘okay’ not happy in general tho but that cant come from medication. but i took a ecstasey, and i feel stressed and irritable and depressed and Up and Down like i did before i started taking lemictal and i HATE that feeling. my episodes last for minutes unlike some peoples. but does ecstasey fight against bipolar meds? if so how?

  95. Aaron February 22, 2014 at 1:25 am Reply

    I think I’ve been having some sort of panic attacks lately. I’ve recently given up smoking, but I guess the withdrawals, along with some personal stress, has caused me to be panic-sticken. I don’t really have the time or money for a massage or whatnot. I was just wondering if there is some kind of vitamins or homeopathic remedies I can take that can help me reduce my body’s reaction to stress. I’m going to the doctor on Friday, but in the meantime, can someone suggest something? I am just so tired of being stressed out.
    LOL… It was cigarettes. Weed isn’t exactly legal here.

  96. Lou February 22, 2014 at 1:26 am Reply

    I am over a week late for my period and I have already taken a pregnancy test (negative thankfully) and I have been having trouble eating regularly. Last month I was under A LOT of stress. I started college and my boyfriend and I got into a huge fight that lead to our breakup. I was not in the best shape for a few weeks. I was just wondering if any of that could be the reason why I didn’t get my period last month and if it has anything to do with my stomach aches.
    oh, and I had to stop taking my birth control on New Years because it was negativly effecting me…so that might have something to do with it too. I don’t know.
    please help if you can. thanks

  97. Chris February 22, 2014 at 1:35 am Reply

    Both physically and mentally,

  98. Galen February 22, 2014 at 2:31 am Reply

    What are some ways to deal with stress?

  99. Tracey February 22, 2014 at 3:21 am Reply

    I’m in tenth grade and I’m in a AP class which is just a college course and i work so hard in that class. I probably work about 2 hours a day on homework and i study non-stop for test and im still getting a bad grade. i’ve been really stressed out but my mom says its normal and healthy to stress but i just want to no examples of when i know im too stressed out. i know like lack of sleep and loss of weight are two of them but i want to no in advanced so i can aviod overstressing

  100. Evie February 22, 2014 at 3:27 am Reply

    I work in a pretty stressful job and I think I’m starting to bring that stress home. So I want to get some help with it. My insurance covers mental health type visits, but there’s a couple of different categories such as: Licensed professional counselor, psychiatrist, or a psychologist. I know one of these can prescribe drugs, which I don’t think I need. I think I’m just looking for talk therapy—someone to help me figure out this whole stress thing.

    thanks for the help in advance

  101. Jillian February 22, 2014 at 3:27 am Reply

    How do you cope with stress??

  102. Hiram February 22, 2014 at 3:44 am Reply

    THIS IS TO BE A SMALL BOOKLET TO HELP MENTAL HEALTH PATIENTS DEAL WITH PROBLEMS. IT IS TO BE A HOW TO TYPE WITH SUGGESTIONS AND techniques to deal with their problem.

  103. Hal February 22, 2014 at 3:54 am Reply

    why do i continue to cry, i am not sad really, but have had a lot of stressful events occur over the past 6 months,
    is it a physiological device the body creates itself ?
    or just a reaction to past experiences, even when i’m not really thinking about them

  104. Phillis February 22, 2014 at 4:18 am Reply

    why is it important to be aware of the connection between time and stress management

  105. Jolene February 22, 2014 at 4:38 am Reply

    Hi, I have minor anxiety and stress on a regular basis…mostly from school and such, does anyone have any suggestions for how to cope with minor anxiety. It is not debilitating or life ruining – just sometimes a feeling that im worrying alot and sometimes I get upset and frustrated when I dont need to. Just curious if anyone else has similar feelings and any suggestions.

  106. Apryl February 22, 2014 at 4:58 am Reply

    I need a catchy title about Stress Management for our project in Health class and I can’t think of any catchy ones.. Mind if any of you suggest me some?

  107. Florencia February 22, 2014 at 5:11 am Reply

    I am doing my occupational therapy internship in a mental health facility. Does anyone have any ideas for stress management techniques?

  108. Jocelyn February 22, 2014 at 5:15 am Reply

    I WILL BE REALLy thank full to you if you will tell me

  109. Bernard February 22, 2014 at 5:54 am Reply

    Do any of you know any good yoga moves or any good websites for yoga or anything that relieves stress A LOT. I am in so much stress it is unbelievable and I am just a teen! I want to feel rejuvenated and fresh and full of vitality

  110. Kylee February 22, 2014 at 6:39 am Reply

    I have important science exams and drama performance soon. Me and my group in drama aren’t ready to perform, yet it’s unlikely we will be given any more time to practise. I’m gonna try my best, but I don’t think I’m gonna do very well. I’ve also got science exams soon – I need to revise loads of science AND learn the rest of my lines for drama. I have a week until my drama performance, and about 2 weeks until my science exams. I’ve been getting really bad migraines and just feeling dizzy and ill. I don’t know what to do.

  111. Cleveland February 22, 2014 at 6:45 am Reply

    Okay I’ve been really really stressed lately…. what are good ways to release stress?

  112. Xiao February 22, 2014 at 7:08 am Reply

    I’ve been really stressed out for the past month or so. Does anyone have any suggestions for relieving stress and increasing efficiency?

  113. Patricia February 22, 2014 at 7:35 am Reply

    Since the school started in September, I’ve been stressing a lot.

    And I’m playing soccer right now at my school, it takes time off my sleep and break. I have to walk almost everyday 2 miles to school and come back for practice. I really try hard and run etc.

    My family tell how much more skinnier I look in 1 week.

    Along side that I have tons of work from school….

    I cant manage these stresses .. I dont know where to start.

    Any help would be appreciated.

  114. Miss February 22, 2014 at 7:35 am Reply

    I’m an extremely stressed out person. School with at least four house of homework everynight, friend problems and boyfriend problems (had same for about a year), my family doesn’t understand and now ever LITTLE thing that happens it stresses me out sooo much!!
    What can I do?
    thanks

  115. Rosaria February 22, 2014 at 8:40 am Reply

    i cant even explain how stressed i am. I need ways to just relax my muscles and breathe. this cant be healthy for me. any ideas how to relieve stress?

  116. Bradly February 22, 2014 at 9:03 am Reply

    I am doing a research on managing stress. Can U help me find the reference( books , journal, articles,etc…) so that I can have a look and understand it more. If You can find those literature about managing stress, pls list the sources it come from clearly for me. Thanks for your help.

  117. Mariann February 25, 2014 at 11:14 am Reply

    3 Good Points. Thanks

  118. Delma February 25, 2014 at 11:14 am Reply

    do any of you have any tips for managing stress for a SAHM??

    Everything I have seen about stress management has something to do with exercising in it and I don’t ENJOY exercising therefore it would not help me.
    I have looked into Mommy groups and Play group but there is none in this area??

    Thank All of you for your wonderful advise I am gonna talk to the hubby when he gets home and talk about it:)

  119. Brian March 10, 2014 at 7:51 pm Reply

    I’m 22 from brooklyn new york.Let say that my disabilities is learning disabilities and it takes a little longer to learn stuff and a person that gets frustrated and stress when getting lost and confuse of certain stuff.Let also say that your level is like a first grade and just know basic math and going to a program for people with disabilities call YAI every once a week from 10:30am to 12:30pm they help people find jobs that better suite them and A ladies came there the other day and she like in charge of the marketing or something like that but doesn’t come often she was asking questions and told me what I would like to do.And I said packages handling for ups She told me that I have to do lifting but I think its ok for me She said that she made put me in a internship put no paid :- but I could get experience idk what’s internship is but it may not be guarantee that I might get started in my opinion it may even take a while and I don’t have patient anymore with nothing to do at home.Than there’s college and trade school which is to learn a trade a get a license for that trade and last there’s jobs like doing customer service but my resume needs to be fixs and I need help with it.So what would you do if you was me at home all day and everyday doing nothing and have depression like me? And I always wake up late like at 1:00pm in the afternoon.

  120. Brett March 10, 2014 at 7:55 pm Reply

    Normally, I can take on a lot when it comes to work and situations at home. I’m 28, a mother of a 3 year old, a wife and a boss and have a lot on my plate. I’m not one to cry over little things and whatnot but recently I feel like all these little things have been piling up. From annoyances at work to frustrations at home, I’ve been crying at the drop of a dime for no big reason at all and feel overwhelmingly stressed and overreacting. What are some tips or ideas to help me with my stress management and to keep calm when burnt out at work? Any information is greatly appreciated.

  121. Meta March 10, 2014 at 7:56 pm Reply

    I’m using emWave for years for stress reduction and I really like it. However, I’d like to see whether there is something newer and better? I’d refer software running on Windows XP. Can anybody advise on that please?

    Thank

  122. Santo March 10, 2014 at 7:56 pm Reply

    Putting together a quote book for a friend. I would like the quotes to be about stress management, love, tough times, etc.

    Anything would be great!

  123. Johnnie March 13, 2014 at 5:15 pm Reply

    My husband has had alot of stress lately, and is on the lookout for a good book on stress management. Any suggestions?

  124. Manie March 15, 2014 at 2:33 pm Reply

    I am holding one seminar on Stress Management to the Dental and Medical Staff and I need your help on “icebreakers” or ” games” related to Stressing out…can you share me some?
    I need many tips about this topic on how I can make it into a 3 hour-seminar……….a very successful one most especially catering to this particular group of people>………

    PLEASE Share…………thnx a lot~~~

  125. Maria March 26, 2014 at 4:33 am Reply

    Can anyone recommend a CD, tape or book on reducing stress and anxiety? There is so much available at my library that I don’t know where to start.

  126. Mari March 31, 2014 at 9:16 pm Reply

    I have been experiencing fatigue, stabbing heart pain, nuropathy/paralyzed extremities when waking up and heart palpitations with a cough and was wondering if anyone has experienced mood changes after a palpitation (increased energy=happier) I dont feel like I am stressed or have any kind of panic attacks and continue to receive palpitations while on a temporary anxiety medication. Although I do feel I handle my stress well, I must say I have a lot on my plate. I am scheduled for heart screening in the future but was curious of anyones thoughts on the mood change or increased heart rate/energy(hr-90-100 resting) To make things more interesting, I do have a history of a irregular heart beat.

  127. Ervin April 16, 2014 at 12:38 am Reply

    tell me home remedy for stress management so that we can concentrate on our work

  128. Dannie May 8, 2014 at 4:18 pm Reply

    In todays society, young children are under more stress and pressure due to the higher social and educational demands on them. A lot of college students have been suffering because they had not been taught how to properly handle stress and/or manage their time. With that in mind, should there be an establishment of stress and time management courses in grades as young as elementary school?

  129. Noble May 11, 2014 at 2:37 am Reply

    Hi, I’m a 15 year old girl. I’ve been going through a lot of stress lately. I can’t talk about it very much with my family. My school counselor isn’t very nice(she made fun of me once in front of the class and made me stay after the class, after it she apologized but I felt really upset, she walked out of the class and I burst into tears), people I know in school that go to her also told me that after going to her they just feel more depressed, so there is no point for me in going to her. I also don’t really have anyone I could trust. I started having suicidal thoughts and I can’t focus on studding in school. I also started having face twitches and it’s embarrassing. I get a lot of headaches. People mock me for my accent so I can’t really stand up for myself. I don’t want to go to a psychologist or therapist because I don’t want my family to know. My father is sick, this is also putting a lot of pressure on me, once he almost passed away in hospital. Is there anything I can do to get rid of all the stress??

  130. Justin May 21, 2014 at 6:55 pm Reply

    I need to design a game or some sort of activity that can demonstrate and help the class understand stress management.
    Thanks Matthew

  131. Mariann May 26, 2014 at 2:34 pm Reply

    A professor was giving a lecture to his student on stress management.

    He began his class by holding up a glass with some water in it. He held it up for all to see & asked the students: “How much do you think this glass weighs?”

    “50gms!” …. “100gms!” …..”125gms” ..the students answered.

    “I really don’t know unless I weigh it,” said the professor, “but, my question is: What would happen if I held it up like this for a few minutes?”

    “Nothing” …..the students said.

    “Ok what would happen if I held it up like this for an hour?”, the professor asked.

    “Your arm would begin to ache”, said one of the student.

    “You’re right, now what would happen if I held it for a day?”

    “Your arm could go numb, you might have severe muscle stress & paralysis and have to go to hospital for sure!”, ventured another student and all the students laughed.

    “Very good. But during all this, did the weight of the glass change?”, asked the professor.

    “No” was the answer.

    “Then what caused the arm ache and the muscle stress?”

    The students were puzzled.

    “What should I do now to come out of pain?”, asked professor again.

    “Put the glass down!”, said one of the students.

    “Exactly!”, said the professor.

    Life’s problems are something like this:
    Hold it for a few minutes in your head and they seem okay.
    Think of them for a long time, and they begin to ache.
    Hold it even longer, and they begin to paralyze you.

    It’s important to think of the challenges or problems in your life, but EVEN MORE IMPORTANT is to “PUT THEM DOWN” at the end of every day before you go to sleep.

    That way, you are not stressed, you wake up every day fresh and strong, and can handle any issue, any new challenges that comes your way!
    i know it not a jokes…but though of sharing it n nt sure where to put it under

  132. Nolan May 31, 2014 at 5:48 am Reply

    Like most people, i have a stressful life. Im pretty good at coping but not here lately. Im thinking about asking my doctor about some meds to manage the stress, what has worked best for you? i dont want to be a zombie & stoned all the time. Help…

  133. Enoch June 15, 2014 at 6:44 am Reply

    Even though Summer is here, my Summer sucks still. I work 9 to 5 Monday to Friday. How can I get time to make new friends this Summer in South New Jersey and make new friends to have group so I can out there on trips and enjoy Summer Fun? How do I have time to Read a book, Tae Bo exercises, stretching exercises, Guitar Practice, Creative Writing I want to try, Summer Fun, and other stuff?

  134. Mohammed June 15, 2014 at 8:00 am Reply

    My older sister is a fantastic person but when it comes to dealing with stress she just can’t handle it. She has a tendency to freak out and lash out on other people when put in pressuring situations. Way after the fact she sometimes apologizes. But I feel like she gets way too freaked out over minor issues

    (One of many) Example: We were at a bookstore and she couldn’t decide what book she wanted (she had a limit) she ended up getting angry my mom and I and then breaking down crying later when we left the store. In the end she left with no books at all.

    This is a frequent problem and I have offered therapy up as a solution more than once. However my sister is an extremely prideful person and prefers to deal with her own issues herself. I know I can’t force someone who doesn’t want help.

    I’m at loss of what to do. Is there anything I can do to help my sister with this? And what do you suggest I can do about it to deal with it? (Because it gets to me)

  135. Forest June 15, 2014 at 2:03 pm Reply

    i work two jobs only because one is to do with my grand ma only because i love her to death and i work at another job too but i feel so stressed out and me being bi polar i dont think stress is good …could any one tell me any good ways to bring some stress down…any good methods??

  136. Lesley June 16, 2014 at 4:20 pm Reply

    I joined the military got hazed REALLY REALLY REALLY badly. Even though its not going on now I have trouble relaxing. A lot of people think that I am on drugs but its just stress from being in the workplace. I feel like my body just switches into survival mode and I cant get out of it. It dosent matter what I do. If I am driving and someone cuts me off then my body will just flip like that and Its hard for me to get out of it. Before being in the military I was one of the most laid back people ever. Which is why I got hazed by the way. Can have any nonchalant sailors in the fleet. Hahah FTN.

  137. Alfonso June 18, 2014 at 1:23 am Reply

    I am working 2 jobs now, both of which involve alot of physical work
    (in other words minimal sitting at a computer, lots of being on my feet carrying heavy stuff around or helping a customer)
    They are good jobs, but between them I only get one day off, sometimes none at all
    and I’m used to a nice even M-F with the weekends off. Now my “weekend” is in the middle of the week
    and I’m also physically exhausted from early morning and long days.
    I feel like my freedom is gone.
    I feel depressed at times, especially when there’s still a long week ahead.
    is there a good book for a 20-something who’s working too hard
    and needs advice on how to relax, be optimistic, and make time for important stuff
    like her fiancee and her various responsibilities?
    thanks!

  138. Kimiko June 19, 2014 at 1:36 pm Reply

    i know that i worry about dumb stuff that i have no control over, but i just can’t help it. the doctor said that that’s just the way my brain is wirred. so i need some good stress management tecniques that i could do anywhere anytime and something that i can do daily to reduce my stress and worry overall. what would you suggest?

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