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Stress management without a buck

Stress supervision can be hard to do. This is especially valid if you do not really hassle to lessen your stress levels. Around you can, try to de-stress weekly so that stressors won’t pile up over one another. That way, you will be able to handle them better and avoid having a nervous malfunction in the long run.

Some people nevertheless de-stress in the most expensive of the way. Some go to the doctor offices and the salon to be able to de-stress over some beauty regimen. Others carry out their relaxing although spending their money within the casino table or perhaps maxing out their credit limits buying clothes as well as other accessories. If you dont consider heart and not handle your de-stressing activities well, your de-stressing regiment might give you some anxiety in the long run.

If you really think about it, there are de-stressing activities that do not have to damage your bank account. In fact, some will not even necessitate one to spend a cent since most of what you use for de-stressing can largely be located inside your home or are usually otherwise free of charge. Here are some of the things that that you can do to minimize your stress without having to spend so much. Some activities are for free others, you only have to pay a minimal fee.

1. Read a magazine or a magazine or perhaps a newspaper
For the bookworms available, reading can be extremely relaxing. It provides an escape which you can use to temporarily forget about your worries. This is why why fantasy works of fiction and those that deal with happily-ever-after tales are very popular. These types of novels entertain their own readers to a vast selection, allowing them to relax.

2. Tune in to music
Soothing music can help you in your relaxation woes. Music, like books, provides an escape that allows you to relax and lose focus on about your problems. Dont listen to people even though when they say that to unwind, you should listen to classical, instrumental and soothing music. To relax, you should listen to music that you like to listen to never mind if they’re the kind that rocks the house or possess dance beats. Besides, if you listen to songs that you absolutely hate listening to, wouldn’t that be stressful?

3. Laugh
Joking around with your buddies is the ultimate anxiety buster. Do you know that laughing can relax the actual muscles a hundred times? In fact, it uses smaller number of muscle tissue as compared to frowning. And the best thing about this is, laughing is perfect for free. You dont must pay for it except possibly some food and drinks if you invite your friends in the future over. You can do this more than a simple game of Pictionary or simply a beer session. Also something as simple as a sleepover really can bring a laugh in your life.

4. Do art
Art is a wonderful way to express yourself and this surprisingly allows your brain and your emotions to unwind. This is because suddenly, you’re provided with an avenue where you can express what you feel without censure or concern with being ostracized. There are many art forms that you can do for anxiety management sketches, watercolor, pastel, papercrafts, clothes design.

All these are pretty easy to do. You just have to learn how to do it.

Comments: 57

  1. Cruz April 11, 2013 at 1:20 am Reply

    I know this has nothing to do with politics, but it is the only area where i get answers.

    I work at this craft store and I am a part time cashiering supervisor, I get around 25 to 30 hours a week.

    THis is NOT my career job although I have spent two and a half years there. Economy related.

    THere is one spot in cashiering that is Full time and would come with some paid time off (not much) and gurantey of 39 hours per week.

    I am sure they are going to ask me about it, I know both of the other part time supervisors don’t want it unless there is a big raise liek $1 or more per hour to go with it.

    I don’t want it either causeen i feel it would just make it harder to leave, EVen though it would be more money. I think my stress level would go higher for a job that i don;t really like anywase.

    Am i justified for saying “no”

    the last peron in this person is stepping down casue she cannot stand all the stuff you have to do when you are in this position, I think i could handle it, It’s more the hours that i would be working.
    BTW i get 9.40 an hour and i have an associates degree

  2. Chana May 20, 2013 at 1:13 am Reply

    I was served a 10 day notice for which I immediately complied. My landlord gave me an eviction notice anyway. Between my compliance and before the eviction notice, I was called a liar by the apartment management on more than one occasion. I was carelessly accused of doing things I did not do, based on information they distorted to meet their accusations.The management also discussed my situation with other tenants, which resulted in neighbors behaving rude to me and shunning me.

    This happened the day before Thanksgiving, and almost displaced me and my 8 month old daughter. I am a single mother, a student, living on very low income, and located across the country from my family while I am attending school. All of this happened during the holidays. I was unable to go home for the holidays because I was afraid I would come back and find I was homeless.

    I requested a hearing because I knew I had done nothing wrong, and had been harrassed by neighbors and the management about situations that I had no part in, and that were totally out of my control. I was accused of being involved in circumstances that I was not aware were happening. The stress and anxiety this caused was tremendous. I lost weight and was kept from my family at a very important time.

    I secured documentation and proof that the apartment management was wrong in their accusations, and documented by time and date every situation that took place in their assault on me and my character. I have written documentation where they accused my of lying, as well as several occasions when they attacked me verbally. I also had a neighbor yelling at me at my doorstep because of things she heard through the management grapevine.

    After writing letters to supervisors and securing an attorney, and providing my attorney with all the documentation, the management decided not to proceed with the eviction. This whole ordeal was happening as I was trying to complete finals, and secure part time employment before Christmas. I have never been so exhausted and frightened in my life.

    I did have a great support team or I would have not survived the grueling experience, and believe I would have been evicted. Even the first attorney I spoke with said I should just “move”, without really reviewing my documentation.

    Now that I know my daughter will still have a home and a safe place to live, I want to know if I have any recouse to sue those that created this unnecessary nightmare in my life?

    Can you give me any idea what legal recouse I might have?
    AP
    My question was very clear without relaying specific details. At this point what difference does it make what they yaccused me of lying about. The fact is, I didn’t lie and I proved it. They called me names, and I have proof of that. They discussed this situation with tenants, which were not correct facts.
    It shouldn’t matter what the topics are. I am hesitant to share information, as I am considering a lawsuit, but briefly:
    I have a no contact order against someone that was apparently seen at my doorfront when I was at school. I was accused of having him in my home when this was not true. I proved I was no where near my apartment when this occured.

    The landlord found this person in my neighbors apartment, which was unknown to me. This person has been in jail because of his violent nature regarding me. Each time I was aware of this persons presence, I reported it to the police, which is documented. He was put in jail twice.

  3. Denver June 24, 2013 at 7:25 pm Reply

    I just came across an interesting article made by Sabena.
    Here is his citation.

    “90% of doctors in the US don’t even consider alternatives such as nutrition or stress management. I also blame the patients, since 99% of them aren’t happy unless they leave the office with pills. The doctor I worked for TRIED to prescribe nutrition and stress management, but our patients became so angry that he just gave up. He said it was easier to be a drug dealer without caring for the patients because they walked in not caring about themselves, already knowing which drug they wanted”.

    The answers I am looking for are:

    1. Is it the public forcing the doctors to give them what they want?
    2. Is it the drugs pushing doctors to teach the patients to behave like that?
    3. Or it is the media controlled by corporations to give the wrong message to the doctors and patients alike?
    Evirustheslaye.
    Judging from the content of your article you do not belong to the Alties camp.
    That is OK, but you should know one very important thing.
    90% of the ads advertising some natural products are made by the corporations belonging to the Big Pharma.
    Do you really think that we are so ignorant.
    Your underestimation of us is very disappointing.

  4. Florentina June 25, 2013 at 9:08 pm Reply

    In our development we just recently got rid of our factors (maintenance people/property management). They were in a lot of debt and there was a lot of things going wrong in the development so our housing association came to the decision to have them removed.
    Since then, they have sent out several bills (some I’m sure we’re fabricated) and stated that some of the properties in the development had outstanding debt and that if they did not pay it, it would fall to those who did not have outstanding debt, as was stated in the agreement signed. The property management people have put a notice on our properties to say we have outstanding debt and if we do not pay we will not be able to sell our properties. I’m not sure if this has been done for the properties whose debt it is in the first place.
    My boyfriend is under the impression that this isn’t legal. I don’t know, I just want rid of them, unexpected bills every two months are such a stress. Any advice?
    I live in Glasgow, that is the UK.

  5. Latosha June 26, 2013 at 9:18 pm Reply

    Has our Increase in IQ dipped in our EQ. IS the Environment (Society ) to Blame Especially media and other Entertainment Industry. How can we Educate our Younger Generations on these and Train them better with Stress management and Understanding of Thoughts? Yours valuable views on these.

  6. Morgan July 24, 2013 at 7:19 pm Reply

    i have done my bachelors in management studies from india and am planning to give cfa(usa) next year if at all….
    1) whether i should pursue only cfa(usa) or cfa(usa) + mba or some other combo/course which is valuable and recognized
    2) whether hr or finance ? am good at both ..maths,accounts,interested in equity stocks doing research analysis,helping nature ,motivating skills,managing people,excellent communication skills
    3) i want to have a decent pay (min 30,000 pm – max 70,000 pm) with decent working hours( min 8 hours – max 10hours per day) {* can’t compromise on this *}
    4)i want to start earning asap ( min 2years – max 4 years from now)
    5)its not that i don’t want a job in bank but i am not at all interested in investment banking as i have heard long hours of work and stressful job
    5) suggest which has scope and growth prospects also
    6) i have no work ex. i don’t want to do a job which involves more of travelling. i would give first preference to work on a desk i.e desk job
    7) no problem in working in india or abroad(mostly USA)
    please reply ASAP taking into consideration all of these points…looking for a true & genuine advice.
    pls ans my question sum1…..????

  7. Taylor August 1, 2013 at 9:24 pm Reply

    I already have an appointment with the dentist, but they of course cannot see me for a couple weeks. My jaw is super fatigued and I really need to know what I can do in the mean time. I have a problem with clinching my teeth badly at night due to stress and anxiety. I’ve tried a night guard and I can’t sleep with it.

    I’m looking for different answers besides the usual “get a night guard” and “try stress management”.

    Please help 🙂

  8. Joellen August 12, 2013 at 5:33 am Reply

    I am 14 years old. I want to buy an acoustic guitar. I have always wanted to play the guitar since I can remember. But my dad got a piano for free and wanted me and my sister and brother to play it. So I played to piano for like 7 years. We just quit with our piano teacher, b/c she was absolutely crazy (and are taking a little break and are going to find a new one soon).
    I have been seriously thinking about playing guitar since November 2012. I’ve looked up everything about them and the best ones to get for a beginner. I have saved a bunch of money up and am prepared to spend like $200, plus picks, tuner, case, ect… I’m not asking my parents to pay anything; not even lessons. I plan to buy books and watch online lessons to teach myself. My dad told my mom he doesn’t want me spending this much and he doesn’t want me to get a guitar (meanwhile he acts cool about it when I told him and talk about it). My brother bought himself an iPod Touch (which cost $200) when he was 14. But my dad is a freak about money, I mean I have like 700+ in the bank. I have saved and never made any big purchases. I just want to buy a guitar before I have to get a job, get my licensee, and car. My brother(now older), has a car, which needs repairs, bills to pay, and he keeps making purchases, and my dad is all worried about that.
    I just broke the news to my sister that I am going to buy a guitar and now she wants one. She is one of those competitive, “You’re not going to do anything I can’t do, and your not going to do it better than me” type of person. I can’t do anything without her doing it and doing it better. She even admitted to me wouldn’t buy a guitar if I wasn’t!!!!!

    So my dad was arrested almost a year ago for domestic abuse. He was gone for basically a month, but we gave him a second chance and let him back home. He went to therapy and mom and him went to couples therapy. But then he stopped. He slowly slipped back into his old self. And even though he hasn’t flipped out and hurt us yet. He is depressed, anxiety ridden, mean, grumpy, and he is emotionally abusive. We don’t know how to get away from him, there is no one to help us. We are building a house with him and don’t know what to do. We truly thought he was getting better, but he isn’t even trying to get better. We are stuck with him now.
    My dad is stressed, making my mom stressed, and my sister is breathing down my neck every second of everyday, making me stressed. My bro is stressed from my dad and growing up and bills that need to be paid. I don’t know what to do.
    Anyways, I feel guitar is my passion and I really want to play. But should I not buy a guitar and just save my money since my family and I are moving and between my dad and everything should I just save? Or should I drop $200 bucks for a guitar? What should I do? What would you do?

    Also if you could give me any advice to talk to my dad about everything and pray my dad starts going to therapy. B/c when he is doing better he is a good guy. I just need advice. Thank you in advance.

    (This felt good to write and get off my chest.) (Also, my sister is pretty cool, just really competitive.)

  9. Danilo August 12, 2013 at 6:44 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

  10. Denna September 19, 2013 at 7:41 am 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?

  11. Florentina October 7, 2013 at 6:18 am Reply

    I am going to give a lecture / power point speech on stress management. an some one tell me some of the live examples of stress in life and their remedies.

  12. Stewart December 16, 2013 at 7:04 pm 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?

  13. Micaela December 23, 2013 at 3:06 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

  14. Les February 2, 2014 at 6:45 am Reply

    Do you like your job? I was thinking about going to culinary school. My cousin is a gormet chef down in miami and he makes tons of money. Is it hard to be a really good chef and make alot of money. Is there alot of stress in this job? How long did you go to school to become a chef? I really like the idea of going to school and only having to learn about stuff you’re going to do. Thanks for your answers!

  15. Emmy February 19, 2014 at 5:13 am Reply

    howdo u reduce stress? thanks

  16. Mike March 2, 2014 at 8:19 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)

  17. Stacee March 8, 2014 at 6:20 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~~~

  18. Rolf March 9, 2014 at 4:36 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…

  19. Marcelene March 9, 2014 at 7:19 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.

  20. Jocelyn March 9, 2014 at 10:49 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

  21. Jared March 13, 2014 at 1:27 pm Reply

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

  22. Jody March 13, 2014 at 4:52 pm Reply

    3 Good Points. Thanks

  23. Errol March 14, 2014 at 9:29 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?

  24. Dave March 15, 2014 at 1:40 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?

  25. Stacy March 16, 2014 at 10:34 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??

  26. Eugene March 17, 2014 at 2:15 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?

  27. Willy March 17, 2014 at 6:07 pm 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!

  28. Arnoldo March 20, 2014 at 4:01 pm Reply

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

  29. Micah March 23, 2014 at 10:48 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.

  30. Nathanael March 25, 2014 at 2:55 pm Reply

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

  31. Leonel March 31, 2014 at 1:24 am Reply

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

  32. Wilburn April 1, 2014 at 1:03 pm Reply

    What are some ways to deal with stress?

  33. Columbus April 1, 2014 at 6:51 pm 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?

  34. Gregg April 2, 2014 at 5:57 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

  35. Mary April 2, 2014 at 7:21 pm Reply

    How do you cope with stress??

  36. Reginald April 7, 2014 at 7:21 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?

  37. Danna April 9, 2014 at 1:44 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.

  38. Kristine April 15, 2014 at 12:19 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.

  39. Wilbert April 17, 2014 at 4:35 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

  40. Traci April 18, 2014 at 1:16 pm 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:)

  41. Carmine April 29, 2014 at 11:48 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.

  42. Devin April 30, 2014 at 10:25 pm 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

  43. Felipe May 1, 2014 at 9:26 am Reply

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

  44. Roger May 1, 2014 at 2:39 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!

  45. Cherilyn May 2, 2014 at 5:39 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.

  46. Milo May 3, 2014 at 2:55 pm Reply

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

  47. Tristan May 5, 2014 at 10:03 pm 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.

  48. Dave May 9, 2014 at 7:25 am 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?

  49. Joe May 9, 2014 at 10:46 pm 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??

  50. Ismael May 10, 2014 at 10:29 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!

  51. Enda May 12, 2014 at 2:03 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

  52. Edmond May 13, 2014 at 12:39 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?

  53. Ross May 14, 2014 at 3:14 am Reply

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

  54. Holli May 17, 2014 at 12:12 pm Reply

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

  55. Mari May 20, 2014 at 1:02 am 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

  56. Vanesa May 27, 2014 at 3:10 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.

  57. Walton May 28, 2014 at 8:31 pm 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.

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