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Stress Management By means of Meditation

More than a lot of people could ever picture stress is an vital part of their everyday lives. No matter how tough they try, most people couldnt combat it when it actually starts to strike. The least that they could do is always to acknowledge it, expect the portent of the things ahead and find effective way of stress management.

Locating a compatible way of stress management is very important to make sure that people who gets very easily stressed to prevent achievable health problems such as gastrointestinal disorders, heart disease, memory loss, and decreased defense function.

Meditation as an effective way of managing anxiety

Apart from stress-relieving tablets as well as capsules advertised within the different mediums, one of the most popular stress administration practiced nowadays is meditation. Described as circumstances wherein a person is inside deep concentration on one thing, either awareness or perhaps some object of thought, meditation can be viewed as as one of the oldest method of calming the mind and also the soul.

Usually including one’s attention to end up being turned into a single stage of reference, meditation is practiced through so many people because it may lead a person to a mind an inch greater than the ordinary person. Based on the Latin word \”meditatio,\” equivalent to \”all sorts mental or physical exercise,\” the meaning regarding meditation has also developed as times went by. Now, mediation is much more popularly perceived as \”contemplation\” or \”inward reflection.\”

Yoga traces its history back some 5,500 years ago. It is said how the practice has been a essential constituent of various beliefs in the Eastern place in the world. Through the years, people who practice mediation were able to develop various disciplines. These kinds of disciplines were known to involve a large range regarding psychophysical and spiritualor a combination of boththat results in the enhancement of your person’s higher level of mental concentration.

Getting into meditation

Mediation can certainly be a great psychological exercise for anybody. It can also serve as an effective method of managing stress since it allows the person to empty his or her mind in other things for a moment and focus the attention to only one thing. Once this is achieved, the person can feel alleviation and lighter sensation that can enable her or him to think clearly.

If you are one of those who planning to enjoy practicing meditation for stress management, then you should start by familiarizing yourself with the various forms regarding meditation known today. The most common forms of yoga are \”Bodhidharma,\” \”Hinduism,Inch \”Bah’ Faith,\” \”Buddhism,Inches \”Christian meditation,\” \”Islam Meditation,\” \”Jainism,\” \”Judaism,Inch \”Sikhism,\” and \”Taoism.\” Each and every one of these types mentioned has their particular understanding of meditation and still have different sets of practices that come with it.

Cruising to take note regarding meditation is that it involves various physical postures to be able to perform the practice well. These types of postures include standing up, sitting, and supine with respect to the tradition of that you would want to follow.

If you are beginning to use meditation being a form of stress supervision, the first thing that you need to pay attention to is the elements with regard to involved in a basic standard meditation. Usually, there are four elements that greatly affect conventional meditation including a location that is quiet, the posture that is comfy, an object that a person can to target his or her attention as well as n attitude that is relatively passive.

Comments: 81

  1. Doris February 26, 2013 at 10:25 am Reply

    Does the body just stop growing and the skin continues to?

  2. Kip March 1, 2013 at 4:37 pm Reply

    I am stressing about mostly everything in my life. Exams next week, boy problems of all kinds, lack of sleep, and everything just seems to be going wrong in my life right now. That is what is causing me to getting lacks of sleep each night now. is there any answers to these problems? what could i do to my body to clear it of stress? or to make me feel like a better person inside and out? any spa treatments that could help that i can do myself at my house? please help.

  3. Sidney March 3, 2013 at 9:04 am Reply

    how long should i meditate and how many times per day ? i’ve tried to sit upright but i have a little of a difficulty staying upright !

  4. Evan March 12, 2013 at 1:50 am Reply

    I’m due to take my driving test next week also on the same day I’m to receive the outcome of something that will affect me for rest of my life, sorry don’t wish to add details, so u can imagine how
    How nervous I’m going to be, I’m not the most confident person at best of times an I’m scared my nervous will get the better of me, is there anything i can do to help keep my nervous under control please help xxx

  5. Johana March 21, 2013 at 11:25 pm Reply

    Any help will be most thankful……

  6. Lauren March 23, 2013 at 5:06 pm Reply

    I mean, generally, stress…

    Those feeling and thinking much about problems. I had to post questions like this once more because my other post was deleted.

  7. Stewart March 25, 2013 at 1:53 pm Reply

    or are they two completely different issues?

    Waswas – is the whispering of Shaytan ( for example doing repeated acts of wuduh becuase you think you haven’t done it right, when infact you have done it right ).

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder – where individuals feel excessive amount of Worries, doubts, and superstitious beliefs.

    Can OCD be treated through an Islamic approach like waswas?

    The question is not based upon myself.

  8. Kerry March 26, 2013 at 12:26 pm Reply

    I cannot switch off, I am always thinking about what is going to happen and what other people are thinking. I am always trying to predict what is going to happen so I am ready for it. I dont seem to be able to enjoy myself anymore. Sometimes I have a drink and that seem to relax me, but I dont want that.

  9. Luke March 30, 2013 at 1:34 am Reply

    When stress management tactics do not work for me and the Government is forcing me to work and I cannot deal with the stress of working and welfare will not support me. And I cannot get disability

  10. Collen April 10, 2013 at 1:09 pm Reply

    I don’t suffer from panic attacks or anything like that but there is always a background anxiety in me that is basically constant but mild.

    It is like an impending sense of doom, like I always think something bad is going to happen, like I will be hurt by someone or suffer a disease. I also get nervous when socialising with people and around strangers afraid that someone will judge me or criticise me.

    It is not affecting my life in any major way as it is only mild but the fact that it is almost constant is getting me down and a little depressing.

    Also, as it is mild I don’t think I am a candidate for drugs or anything like that.

    Anyone else have a similar problem? Any tips or steps for curing it?

    It doesn’t seem to have any apparent cause it is just constantly there.

  11. Jacquline May 9, 2013 at 5:02 pm Reply

    So I’ve been goig through alot of stress lately, I’ve been suspended from school a few times anemone more and I have to go to behavorial school! Therapy doesn’t work, please help me??? It’s school drama, my professional modeling career, my grades because I’m behind from being suspended etc :/

  12. Serina May 14, 2013 at 7:52 pm 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!!

  13. Quinn May 16, 2013 at 2:28 am Reply

    Ive heard all good things about meditation and I am practising it myself.

    But I want to understand exactly what happens to your brain or to your psychology when you practise it for a while?

    Ive heard that you starve your conscious mind (or thoughts) and live in the unconscious mind and if done for long enough it is a permanent shift or change from ego to just pure awareness only?

  14. Towanda June 10, 2013 at 2:37 pm Reply

    Any kind of information will be most welcome….

  15. Obdulia July 6, 2013 at 12:39 am Reply

    I’ve been having some bad and some minor headaches for more than two weeks. Sometimes i take medicine for headaches, and i can still feel the pain, and i don’t want to keep taking pills, so i stopped for a while, but they’re not going away. Any suggestions to how i can fix this or how i can know what the cause of it is? I still go to school(high school) but i don’t think its really from school work. I’m trying to avoid going to the doctors, because i don’t have a doctor yet. It feels like pressure being applied to my head, and sometimes i can feel it through my face, like the nose area as well. I wear glasses, so my mom is suggesting that maybe there’s something wrong with my eyes that’s making me have headaches. I’m hoping it’s not something serious. My mom did say that i fell out of a shopping cart when i was younger..but could that pain be comming out now? (and i fell on my head, is what she said).

  16. Wilson August 11, 2013 at 1:26 pm Reply

    I meditate. But till now after 4 years I have not been very sucessful. I know some techniques. But all seem ineffctive. Can any body enlighen me?

  17. Sherrill August 15, 2013 at 5:13 pm 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!

  18. Quiana August 16, 2013 at 6:21 pm Reply

    My mom has high blood pressure and she gets very angry at certain(maybe like twice per week) times due to people giving her a hard time, to the point where she screams a lot and throws furniture, not really an anger management problem, but she just gets ticked.

    Anyways my question is about her health in regards to blood pressure. Will this cause severe damage?

  19. Jerrod August 23, 2013 at 7:22 pm Reply

    what is the greatest benefit you got (besides learning your art) from your training in the arts. for me I would have to say peace of mind.
    as a teen I was a pretty agitated young man not much was needed to get me mad and I got into more than one fight in my younger days. 10 years later I’ve become a calm individual with great mental stability. so what is the greatest benefit (physical or mental) you got.

  20. Tad September 21, 2013 at 2:47 am Reply

    I’ve been going through it for 2-almost 3 weeks, & I’m not in my right mind. & people keep blaming ME for my problems, & thinking I’m asking for attention, when I’m not, which is bringing me into DEEPER depression.

  21. Carlos January 15, 2014 at 3:07 pm Reply

    Everyone there seems so afraid to take responsibilities. Even to name a normal product name. Nobody is willing to do it or to confirm it. Whenever i took my leave. The work was waiting for me the next day when i came to work. Even consumers’ calls. I feel so rediculious. When the sales have clients visiting our office. I did the product explaination. Making the tea,and clean up all the mess after they finished testing our machines. I couldn’t complaint because i can’t tell my department head to talk to the sales dept. I feel so frustrated working like this. I have been thinking of change jobs but it’s rather risky at my age of 40s.

  22. Charles January 16, 2014 at 11:11 pm Reply

    Please Suggest me books on Anger management, emotions management and stress management available in India and the book should have language which 15 year old teenager can understand..

    If you can’t suggest books then you may post some useful links… Thanks

  23. Jacki January 19, 2014 at 11:32 am Reply

    and how to medidate? is there a way to meditate that’s easy without a special posture you know like buddha

  24. Enoch January 22, 2014 at 7:22 pm Reply

    I have decided that I want to start meditating. I hope to become more present and more aware through doing this. I am very new to this so any advice on ways to do this, or just general suggestions and feedback is welcomed

  25. Bee January 22, 2014 at 11:42 pm Reply

    I am very depressed right now, a family member is going through a difficult time and there’s nothing I can do to help him. I’m so depressed I feel sick to my stomach, I can’t eat or do anything. I have to go to work tomorrow and there’s no way I can do that while I’m feeling like this. What can I do to get out of this depression?

  26. Leta January 23, 2014 at 4:04 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.

  27. Candi January 23, 2014 at 4:01 pm Reply

    It’s Gotten To The Point Where I Start To Get A Bit Shaky. :/

    What Would Help?

    Answers Appreciated!

  28. Rosaline January 23, 2014 at 6:00 pm Reply

    I have worked for 30 years in addiction treatment. Part of the treatment includes many techniques for stress management including meditation, muscle relaxation and visualization.
    How can can I market this as a product to adults without addiction problems?
    Thank you for your comments.

  29. Mechelle January 25, 2014 at 2:28 pm Reply

    I moved to a new city where I don’t know anyone to begin a new life and get away from an abusive relationship. I was excited to move here. Bought a house and loved my new job. I lost the job 3 1/2 months ago due to outside factors (nothing I did wrong) and have been actively seeking employment ever since. I have applied for 55 jobs during this time, and only 4 interviews. I am really getting discouraged. I barely know anyone because my job was in a neighbouring city. I have tried to join clubs, but this is a retirement community and the only clubs I have found are geared towards seniors. My kids are grown, so can’t meet people through school or sporting activities.

    I am so lonely and feeling depressed that the employment situation isn’t getting any better. I have enrolled in a distance learning diploma program but its crazy boring (Business Management) so hard to stay motivated there as well. How do I stay positive when so many things are not going well? Its okay to have a down period in your life. Everyone has those, but this is almost 4 months now and its getting so discouraging. I suffer from clinical depression and was put back on antidepressants a few months ago. They help a bit, but I think things would turn themselves around if I could just feel useful. I feel worthless, like no one wants me. And since I have no friends here, no one to go out and do things with and get myself away from these 4 walls. I do things by myself, but that also costs money that I don’t have. My financial situation is very desperate as well, obviously.

    Any ideas would be helpful. Thanks 🙁
    I signed up for the correspondence course so I could continue to work on the it on my own time while working. I thought it was a great idea at the time, but of course in hind sight, attending college would have got me out and meeting people.

  30. Donella February 2, 2014 at 6:39 am Reply

    5 Physical responses to stress then identify if positive or negative?
    Ex- sleeping problems negative

    5 behavioral responses to stress then identify if positive or negative?
    ex- cutting class negative

    Also Ways to manage stress?

  31. Tiffaney February 8, 2014 at 10:29 pm Reply

    and some ways to releive it/ get rid of it

    it is for a school project so plz be serious

  32. Erika February 20, 2014 at 8:05 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?

  33. Constance February 21, 2014 at 10:30 pm Reply

    how can i feel less stress? i feel like there is constantly alot of pressure on me from my friends espically and from my family becuase i feel like i constantly should tell them everything even though i cant and they dont understand that. Im 15 and i’ve been through traumatic things before when i was 12-14 becuase of court related issues and went into some sort of depression althogu h iwasnt diagnosed i had self confidence issues and always thought things were my fault and began hurting myself. i got over it through therapy and then stoped that. now a year later im feeling the same sort of stress and pressure and i dont know what to do. I took up running but it doesnt work on days like today when its rainy and if i get really stressed running doesnt help. what can i do? please i dnot want to go through what i’ve gone through before again.

  34. Brett February 22, 2014 at 2:04 am Reply

    A few hours ago I was really stressed, though I was laying in bed and I remembered what a buddhist told me one time, on how to meditate he said “Concentrate on breathing, count to ten and start over” I did and I feel really relaxed, it helped a lot, any other tips?

  35. Rebekah February 22, 2014 at 2:35 am 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?

  36. Davis February 22, 2014 at 3:27 am Reply

    3. How does visualization promote relaxation and stress reduction?
    A. It encourages your friends and family to stay away.
    B. It enables you to make the world “go away” for awhile.
    C. It produces helpful chemicals in your muscles.
    D. It reminds you of other tasks you need to complete.
    4. The first step in handling stress is
    A. removing all stressors from your environment.
    B. becoming aware of your own reaction to it.
    C. trying to relax through meditation techniques.
    D. catching up on missed sleep.
    5. What is the purpose of breathing exercises?
    A. To release endorphins
    B. To release adrenaline
    C. To settle the body and mind
    D. To decrease your sense of awareness
    6. Which one of the following choices is a mental symptom of distress?
    A. Sleep disorders C. Memory loss
    B. Hallucinations D. High self-esteem
    7. What does the acronym HALT stand for?
    A. Hungry, angry, lonely, tired
    B. High-strung, anxious, labored, tense
    C. Healthy, active, lean, toned
    D. Help, avoid, learn, talk
    8. Eustress is a form of
    A. estrogen. C. positive stress.
    B. negative stress. D. endorphin.
    9. How often should you use deep, relaxing breathing techniques?
    A. Every day
    B. Only during periods of stress
    C. No more than twice a day
    D. Only when you’ve gotten enough sleep
    10. Which one of the following symptoms indicates that a person is in the alarm stage
    of stress?
    A. High level of concentration C. Blurred vision
    B. Hyperventilation D. Racing heartbeat

  37. Orlando February 22, 2014 at 4:35 am Reply

    ok, im 19 and i’m really stressed out. This has been due to a number of things really, I.E perhaps not chosing the right uni, haven’t made any friends at uni, the girl i like doesn’t like me back, the work load from uni, lalalala etc etc. It’s stressing me out so much. So much that i’ve developed a massive eye twitch that i can just looks freaky. I’m getting constant head aches and i constantly feel bogged down and ill. Which is unusual because i never get ill.
    I need a way out fast. I’ve taken up running but that’s not really working. I’ve tried having breaks but my mind is constantly thinking about work.
    I usually hate it, but would smoking help? i heard it relaxes you and it would only be until i feel unstressed? This is how desperate i am man and im determined to get out of this slump! Ideas? Im not seeing a Doctor as i don’t want any dodgy medical records and i son’t think it’s that severe. Thank you X

  38. Norberto February 22, 2014 at 4:55 am 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

  39. Chris February 22, 2014 at 5:44 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.

  40. Alonzo February 22, 2014 at 7:41 am Reply

    I am overly stressed out for an upcoming exam this month (the LSAT), and i am getting nervous by the minute, as days pass by. I don’t know how to overcome it. If you can give me some pointers on how to deal with my anxiety, i would appreciate it. Thank you in advance.

  41. Darwin February 25, 2014 at 1:43 pm Reply

    I am not sure what is technically classified as ‘meditation’ or yoga but from what I’ve seen usually it involves people stretching.. or just laying and relaxing with pillows for the most part. I was wondering what is the perception of men doing this? I have been under A LOT of stress, I live with my mom who is older, my sister who is a young adult and my other sister who is just starting school. I’m the only guy and the only other guy in my family is like in middle school.. I don’t really have any friends either and I am just hating college because of the above distractions and some additional ones.

    So anyway my school offers yoga classes. I was considering it but I am worried they might think I’m gay or something. I have nothing against gays, I’m not homophobic but I am self conscious even when it comes to silly things like this. I am not really in shape either, do you think the class will involve a lot of physical work? Will I have to wear those tight clothing? Also from their perspective if they don’t think of me as gay then they’re going to think I’m a perv when it comes to partner exercises right?

    If there are any guys I’d like to hear your experiences. I just want to do something to help me relax and escape both mentally and physically help my body relax as well. Thanks.
    For the experts here is the description of the yoga course, what should I expect?

    Course Description (including lecture hours, lab hours, total contacts)

    Focuses on the forms of yoga training emphasizing flexibility. Lecture 1 hour. Laboratory 2 hours.
    Total 3 hours per week.

    General Course Purpose

    This is an introductory course on the basic movements of yoga, breathing, and postures.

    Course Objectives (Each item should complete the following sentence.)

    Upon completing the course, the student will be able to:

    a. Have a deeper understanding of Yoga philosophy, Asanas, Pranayama, and meditation.
    b. Develop a spiritual understanding of this ancient practice.
    c. Refine skills through practice and repetition.

    Major Topics to be Included

    a. Building strength, balance, and flexibility
    b. Proper body alignment for safety and maximum energetic benefit
    c. Stress management and relief through meditation and breathing exercises

  42. Micaela February 25, 2014 at 1:44 pm Reply

    I already exercise and have a pretty decent diet. I try to stay away from soft drinks and sweets as much as possible. I also exercise regularly. I have a prescription for Xanax and knock back a few when I’m feeling overly stressed.

    How do you handle your stress?

  43. Ai February 25, 2014 at 1:44 pm 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.

  44. Rozella February 26, 2014 at 11:15 pm Reply

    What are some ways to deal with stress?

  45. Hipolito February 27, 2014 at 2:44 am Reply

    Everytime I would drive my car, I would be in traffic for hours, or it would be too damn hot or people/passenger would get on my nerves and when those things happens I would come home; angry at people for no reason, or thinking about hurting others or I’ll come home stressed out. I think it is time to learn how to relieve it but how?….

  46. Florencio February 27, 2014 at 4:16 am Reply

    I have recently began trying to improve my life physically and mentally to get away from my previous high stress/anxiety, negative way of going through life. I have begun eating healty, natural foods and exercising. Also, I have begun volunteering and spending more time with nature and outdoors.

    I am not a religious person but I do want to try meditation as a way to destress and get in tune with myself because I have a tendency to be very high strung. But the thing is I know nothing about it. What is a good place to start? Books or websites?

    Also, for people who meditate on a regular basis, how has it helped you?

  47. Miyoko March 4, 2014 at 2:01 am Reply

    i was wondering if anyone here has gone through it or knows of someone that has, i would really like to know.

  48. Alexander March 4, 2014 at 10:06 am Reply

    I get so mad and ticked easily I don’t know how to stop it. Any tips like breathing or letting it go? NO SARCASTIC ANSWERS -_-

  49. Vivian March 4, 2014 at 10:06 am Reply

    Well, my girlfriend is a couple of years younger than me and will be leaving the care system in four months. She hasn’t been happy with her current foster carers for quite a long time and finally decided last week that enough is enough and now does not wish to return.

    However thanks to this, social services are trying whatever they can to make her return to her carers and it’s making her feel VERY drained.

    She will sleep constantly through the night, wake up for awhile in the morning and need to sleep about an hour later during the day (sleeping during the day isn’t something that she can normally do). The situation is also causing her to snap at everyone which is not like her at all.

    So I’m telling you guys this because I want to find out if there is anything that you could suggest that may help her ease off a little bit? I tried to get her in to my local doctors and have her give her some advice but unfortunately the whole doctors surgery has no appointments available for the foreseeable future.
    Your input would be appreciated as the whole situation is affecting both of us and we could do with a little support. Thank you 🙂

  50. Terrell March 5, 2014 at 1:15 am 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.

  51. Hung March 9, 2014 at 7:16 pm Reply

    Or make you kill yourself. Seriously, my stress levels and anxiety has sky rocketed since entering the 11th grade.

  52. Herman March 9, 2014 at 7:17 pm Reply

    before I tell you anything, please do not suggest therapy. I’ve tried and tried and it has never worked.
    okay so I’m 19 and I’ve got this anger problem. i don’t know why but im always just so angry. everyone and everything sets me off. It could be something like road rage or my niece not listening to me or even something i see online. i never really act on it besides for verbally sometimes, but it’s lately just been getting to the point where I don’t want to do anything or be around anyone and this worries me. like I said, I don’t act on it. I just hold it in until…well, I never really let it out.
    is there anything I can do besides therapy, meds, or counting to 10? cuz none of that works for me and I’m starting to think I’ll always be like this….

  53. Dyan March 9, 2014 at 7:17 pm Reply

    I have two jobs, as a nanny and as a university tutor, six classes (four which are science courses), and I am the secretary and advertising leader for a club at school. I have a major, a minor, and am a premed. I have about 57 hour weeks (with both jobs and time spent at school). I barely have time to do my homework, as M-F I am barely home and I work Sundays, much less time to relax. I am trying to get out of working Sundays, but I can’t really cut anything else out of my schedule, I can’t drop any classes or anything. I also just moved out, so I am also dealing with money stress, such as rent, groceries, and gas, and I have other things on my plate too (dealing with insurance, filling out forms for school, etc).

    Anyway, I feel like I have too much going on. I have a hard time sleeping, and barely have time to make food for myself (although I do eat healthy). I rarely have any time where I can just lay around watching a movie, and I don’t really have time to go out either. Any idea what I can do to reduce stress and/or manage my time well? I have always been a good student but I am not doing nearly as well in school as I want to since I hardly have time to do homework. Thanks!
    I should probably add that I moved 3,000 miles away from my family, so unfortunately I cannot move back in with them.

  54. Jared March 9, 2014 at 8:43 pm Reply

    i have a soar lower back, the muscles not the spine or anything. i stretch everyday and get decent exercise, i haven’t changed anything recently except some things have come up that REALLY stress my guinea ass out. literally.
    i have a UTI right now, that’s like a bladder infection right? what ever i’m not worried about it, i was just curious about mental health stuff.

  55. Mike March 9, 2014 at 8:44 pm Reply

    I have been under a tremendous amount of stress lately for reasons that are beyond my control. I’m 24 years old, normally very healthy. I am now noticing hair loss/thinning for the past few months and just recently I’ve been having a constant stomach ache- its not bad but it’s always there- it is interfering with my appetite and the way I feel all day. I have a small “throw up” feeling in my throat at times. It comes on unexpectedly. I am NOT pregnant. I’m taking a multi-vitamin daily for my hair and overall health.

    Can stress be the cause of this? What can I do to help? Meditation? Anything? Any help would be appreciated.

  56. Verda March 9, 2014 at 8:44 pm Reply

    howdo u reduce stress? thanks

  57. Galen March 9, 2014 at 8:44 pm Reply

    What is the similarities and differences between hypnosis, meditation and biofeedback. Why do so many people find them so helpful? In what way do you think they might relate to our universal love of music?

  58. Irwin March 10, 2014 at 6:28 am Reply

    My nerve pain comes and goes. I usually get it at least once a week, which is way better than having it everyday like I used to. However, only sometimes does my Neurontin helps reduce the pain.

    When that doesn’t work I go to my bathroom and hit my hair brush hard against my body to distract the nerve pain. I usually end up with bruises on my body, but I’d rather have that than the nerve pain.

    I see a neurologist and have tried high dosage of Naproxen, Keppra and Acupuncture sessions. They didn’t help too much.

    Are there any other methods of getting rid of the nerve pain?
    I have pain in my arms, legs and feet. When it starts to hurt my muscles start to freak out a little bit and move on their own.
    I have pain in my arms, legs and feet. When it starts to hurt my muscles start to freak out a little bit and move on their own.

  59. Obdulia March 11, 2014 at 9:02 pm 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.

  60. Roger March 15, 2014 at 12:10 am Reply

    I have alot of stress and I feel like I can’t take it, I have problems at my job, my money, my personal life, everything is going wrong, I need some help on getting stress free what should i do I feel like I will never get out of it. What do ya’ll recommend? ;(

  61. Chantelle March 15, 2014 at 2:10 am Reply

    and chronic back pain caused by it?

  62. Rocco March 16, 2014 at 4:55 pm Reply

    Ok, here’s the problem. I am constently stressed about things in school and at home that makes me totally go rage because I can’t handle the stress and totally shout at my parents and my friends, I just can’t stop my rage and stress balls aren’t that helpful, what can i do to relieve myself from stress?

  63. Larry March 26, 2014 at 9:22 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~~~

  64. Garrett March 29, 2014 at 3:27 pm Reply

    Hello all! I’m posting his question because lately, I’ve been getting angry alot. I can control it well with healthy coping methods, but I really don’t like the feeling of being frustrated, and angry over small things all the time. I have a doctors appointment to check my blood pressure, but that’s a 2 month waiting period. I’m exercising in the AM, but what else can I do to “stop sweating the small stuff”?
    keeping in mind, I’m breastfeeding and trying to lose weight in a way that wont jeopardize my milk supply

  65. Luis March 30, 2014 at 12:10 am 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.

  66. Quiana March 30, 2014 at 6:38 pm 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

  67. Tressa April 1, 2014 at 10:31 pm Reply

    I’m at a point in my life where everything seems blurry, confusing, hard to deal with. I feel I have a lot of negativity running through me and I honestly believe meditation will help ease my mind and clear me of a lot. I was wondering if anyone had any recommendation to a certain book or web site on a type of meditation that can help.

    Thanks in advance for taking the time to reply
    thanks for the answers, I’ll take all suggestions and try everything out to see what fits. By the way, i gave no thumbs down to anyone so please don’t take it personal and tell me to sniff glue ha

  68. Raven April 3, 2014 at 9:49 am Reply

    Explain why you feel that it is important to be aware of the connection between time and stress management.

  69. Hollie April 3, 2014 at 11:18 pm 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

  70. Malcolm April 11, 2014 at 1:39 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!

  71. Ray April 15, 2014 at 7:49 am 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!

  72. Laurence April 22, 2014 at 3:15 am Reply

    What is the similarities and differences between hypnosis, meditation and biofeedback. Why do so many people find them so helpful? In what way do you think they might relate to our universal love of music? where can i learn hypnosis?

  73. Chris May 2, 2014 at 3:47 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?

  74. Tory May 6, 2014 at 11:30 pm Reply

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

  75. Yuko May 22, 2014 at 4:13 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?

  76. Lindsay June 4, 2014 at 7:50 pm Reply

    The above I’m dealing with at my job I know my job pretty much but I have one issues I just ca’nt comperhend it, and it is worry me to. I ca’nt stand myself why do some of us have comperhension and most people do’nt I’m 45 yrs. of age and have had comperhension since gread school. I try so hard I hate that I have this learning disablity I fill that people that are smart just do’nt under stand I get angry as there is a lot of people have the smarts and do’nt use it and myself I try so hard and when I dont get it I worry and I HATE IT””””Any information that can give me a peace of mind and to calm down will be very much apperiated.And is ther any resource out ther that can be helful? Thank,Renay:)

  77. Wei June 4, 2014 at 9:35 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

  78. Alessandra June 16, 2014 at 6:57 pm Reply

    How do you cope with stress??

  79. Tamie June 16, 2014 at 8:53 pm Reply

    Yeah it does mean that.

  80. Kiesha June 17, 2014 at 8:04 am Reply

    I am going into my junior year of high school and i am either a little stressed, depressed or both for the following reasons:

    1. I have tons of homework, which is more challenging work than i am used to, for the start of school for AP classes (classes for college credit). I am going to have to spend the rest of summer doing it and it seems to loom over my head.

    2. The Harry Potter series just ended which I was a huge fan of. It seems to make me think that there is not that much to look foward to. It is really a riduculous amount of work.

    3. I didnt lose the 10-15 lbs i wanted to this summer despite trying. My man boobs always stick out and make me think I should buy a bra.

    4. I know that junior year is going to mean a ton of work and SATs

    I’d rather not talk to my family about this although they r supportive people. Im not used to feeling down and out and I was wondering if people could help with ideas on managing the stress and depression. Thanks.

  81. Tiffanie June 23, 2014 at 10:19 pm Reply

    I have anxiety issues. I’ve been to see 3 psychologists paying around £150 an hour with little help and am in a situation where I just cant afford to go back. I’ve talked to my doctor who has listed me on a free counselling session however the waiting list is 6 weeks and I’m starting to get really physically ill from all this worry and guilt, I’d really like some constructive professional help to learn how to deal with it and leave the past in the past.

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