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Stress management


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I set a side time to relax after stressful situations.

I express my feelings instead of bottling them up.

I work sensible hours.

I know the signs of being stressed out.

I know how to deal with conflicting priorities at work.

I don't make promises I can't keep.

I can say no.

I am able see things in perspective. I don't worry about the little things.

I set a side time for chores.

I do not resort to drugs, alcohol, bingeing, sigarettes etc. when stressed.

I make compromises.

I use a prioritised ToDo list to get on top of things.

I am not a perfectionist when it is not needed.

I evaluate if I am overexagurating the situation.

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      Stress is a reaction to a stimulus that disturbs our physical or mental equilibrium. Stress Management techniques and psychotherapies are aimed at controlling stress, especially chronic stress.
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      Stress is connected to cardiovascular disease[1], hypertension[2], metabolic syndrome[3], obesity[4], emotional overeating[5]. Stress fuels depression[6] and increased cortisol levels. It impairs the immune system and increases the chance for infectious disease[7] and cancer[8].

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