Stress Management Tips

Stress Management Techniques and tips on stress management

Wall Street Bail Out Was A Go… A little Less Stressed?

Well the Congress has gone ahead and done it. They passed the $700+ Billion rescue package for wall street, thus averting us from falling over the cliff of rapidly collapsing credit which would have caused financial problems throughout all sectors of society that rely on credit to keep their lives going and their businesses running smoothly. I do have a friend who has a business who was getting worried because the credit was drying up and she relied heavily on it to run her business, as do thousands of other businesses in the country.

With that said, what does the average taxpayer get out of it, because that is who is paying for it? Well to bring it back to the topic of stress management tips, they say that humor is a great way to relieve stress, so here is something I found on the web that should help because laughter is the best medicine.

As they say, you can get busy laughing, or get busy crying…. or something like that…

Now where is that Easy Button?

Wall Street Bail Out shirt

Wall Street Bail Out


October 3, 2008 Posted by | Stress Management News, Stress Management Tips | , , | 1 Comment

Stress Management Tips Delivered Daily

Stress management tips delivered daily is a way to receive your stress management tips so that you don’t feel overwhelmed. There are a number of ways you can receive these tips daily over the internet. These include the following:

  • Email
  • Blog
  • RSS Feed
  • Podcast
  • Membership Site
  • Twitter

There are benefits and faults with each choice, however each choice will really create a unique experience for the receiver of the tips. The individual will have to determine which method is best for their lifestyle, and incorporate that tip

There are places that will allow you to have access to these tips on a daily basis for usually a very low fee, usually through email, membership site or paid rss feed.

Here is one place you can get stress management tips delivered daily to you.

In order for any stress management tips to be useful, it is important to identify stress in your life so you can use the tips on stress management you receive effectively. unfortuantely many people go through their days not aware of the stress in their lives. So the question could be, “How serious can it be if I don’t even know the stress in my life exists?”

Regardless of how little or how much, or what kind of stress you have in your life, being able to identify it will be a big help to you. Once you are able to identify the stress in your life for what it is, you can then deal with it more effectively.

Remember – if there is stress in your life, chances are you are reacting negatively to at least some of it, or in a way that will negatively affect your body.

A way to understand what your stresses are is to keep a stress diary. When you commit to keeping a Stress Diary, you receive important insights into how you react to stress you experience throughout your day.

To create your diary, you will begin by recording, information about the stressful events you are experiencing each day. Your goal will be to analyze these stresses and then better manage them.

Once you have your diary, you can then discover:
– What causes your stress (describe in more detail)?
– What is the Level of stress that you operate at most efficiently
– How do you react to stress? Are your reactions appropriate and useful?

So the question is how do we dump the stresses of previous days so they don’t build up and cause physical symptoms such as high blood pressure, stroke, and other chronic conditions?

It is important to have a tool set that can be used on a daily basis… One tip that can help is the following:

Feel each and every concern, each and every problem, and each and every unresolved moment, dissolve. You can deal with them at a later time. For now, you are only to be in this very moment.

Now go to your inner quiet place. Go deep inside to a place where you feel that you are at peace and then just relax and breathe in deeply and enjoy the feeling of being at one and at peace within yourself.

Use this time and place to be calm. Free your body and of all worry, all regrets, all disappointments and all anger and grief.

This should be enough to keep racking up the stress points for now. Once you refocus and change your perception of your situation, you will be able to control your stress.

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Powerful stress management de-stress lifestyle program – this one works really quickly.

I’ll add more as I find them.

June 28, 2008 Posted by | Stress Management News | , , , , | 2 Comments

How Women Can Relieve Stress

Stress in men and women create different effects. Therefore women should really focus on managing their stress that is most supportive for them. Here are some tips for women to help them manage their stress.
1 Eliminate The Things That Are Not The Most Supportive Of You
It seems that people are always asking women (especially mothers!) to help with group projects like volunteering for every club activity. While many of these activities can be fulfilling, they can add up to a significant amount of stress just by filling your schedule to the brim. While it can be hard to say no sometimes, it’s crucial to your health and emotional well-being that you keep in mind that saying yes to everything means saying no to things that are supportive of you: time alone, hobbies, and other self-supportive activities. To reduce the level of daily stress, women need to create more balance in their lives. Remember, if it is honestly good for you, it will be good for everyone around you who is involved in your life.
2 Change Your Perspective on Your Life Experiences
Much of your experience with stress can be eliminated with a change in the way we look at things. This may sound too good to be true, but it isn’t! Altering the way you conceptualize the events you find stressful (viewing them without judgment “It is what it is”, for example) can actually make them feel less threatening and stressful. When you don’t perceive a situation as a threat (not viewing the situation through fear), your body’s stress response is deactivated more quickly (or doesn’t get triggered in the first place), and you’re more able to avoid the effects of chronic stress.
3 Have Some Quick Stress Diffusers in Your Toolbox

Because you can’t eliminate all stress in life (and wouldn’t want to if you could!), and because it may not be possible to stop reacting to stress (even with the most positive outlook), it’s important to have some fast stress relievers in order to reverse your stress response quickly and prevent yourself from entering a state of chronic stress. Look at this article on the 12 Keys that can diffuse stressful emotions on the spot.

You can also prevent yourself from getting into an overwhelmed state (where you’re more reactive to stress) by maintaining some regular stress relief activities as part of your schedule, such as regular meditation, more exercise, journaling, and doing your favorite hobbies. It can keep you physically and emotionally healthy. Making a regular routine of any one of these things will be useful.

June 24, 2008 Posted by | Stress Management Tips | , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Stress Management Tip – Dealing With Airport Stress

With the additional stresses placed upon us with air travel, it is helpful to know how to deal with the stress that is created during our travels.  Here are some of the things we can do to deal with the stress when we are flying the friendly skies.

Leave for the airport early. – This will reduce the stress of not making your flight.  There is nothing like a white-knuckled mad driving trip to the airport to make your flight.  Lot’s of stress there.

Understand the check-in and gate layout – do you have a 2 minute walk to the gate, or a 20 minute walk to the gate?  Knowing the layout and time to get to the gate will make a big difference in being able to plan a less stressful flight.

June 16, 2008 Posted by | Stress Management Tips | , , , | 2 Comments