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Eliminating Undue Stress in Our Lives

When I come home after driving my car the keys either stay in my pants pocket or I put them in a specific place. At night when I take of my shoes they are then right beside my bed so that when I wake up I know where they will be. My desk may be a mess but I know where everything I need is. I am constantly telling my kids and my wife not to clean or move anything on my desk. Every Time they do I can no longer find things I may need.

Stress, Anxiety and Depression - What is the difference?

Looking after your feelings and emotions is as important as taking care of your body. Most of us take care of our physical health far better than our feelings.

Stress is a normal reaction to what is happening in your life, and it can be caused by good, as well as bad events. A little bit of stress isn't always a bad thing; but being over-stressed may cause a range of health problems including headaches, upset stomach, high blood pressure - even strokes and heart disease.

How Yoga Heals

We all know that stress is the most common root cause of most of our diseases, ailments and psychological problems. We also know that most of the modern medicines can reduce stress but is unable to eliminate stress. This is where Yoga has comes in. It eliminates stress through physical exercises, known as ‘asanas’ and through quiet meditation. However, to understand how Yoga heals you first need to understand how stress works.

Can Stress Play a Role In Hair Loss?

Stress is a fact of life in this modern world we live in. Our daily lives are filled to the brim with work, children, and activities like never before. It seems the more we try to balance our lives, the more complicated they become. It is common knowledge that long term stress can cause a variety of health concerns so it shouldn't come as any surprise to find that stress can play a role in hair loss too. In many ways, our emotional health is written on our faces (and our heads). Have you ever noticed you can usually pick out people passing you by that are having a stressful day?

How To Conquer Your Stressed Mind

In the 21st Century, it is predicted that stress and stress related illnesses such as depression and anxiety will become the biggest killers. Despite significant advances in housing, standards of living, quality of food, and medical science, the pressures all of us have to face in today’s world are as demanding as any pressures experienced by our predecessors.

Why are these illnesses on the rise? And why do some people become so ill through these illnesses, they can find it hard to function?

5 Tips for Getting Your Life Back On Track -- After Taking a Wrong Turn

We've all experienced moments in our life when we hear ourselves say "YES" to a job, person or situation we know deep in our heart isn't right for us. And still we do it. As soon as "yes" leaves our lips somewhere in us we hear a voice that screams "NO! Don't do it!" but somehow another part of us kicks in and our mind overrules the wisdom of our body and we find ourselves on a path we never intended.

Understanding Your Stress Levels

In order to understand stress better, it is a good idea to understand that there are different stress levels. These levels vary in the form of stress they take and they can often provide an indication of how to treat the stress. Furthermore, there are tests available that can help people understand their own, particular brand of stress and, with this knowledge, they can also understand themselves better. Then, with this information, a complete stress management method can be constructed.

THE FEAR OF FEELING

We desire to find the path to peace, joy and freedom. We strive to feel lovable, worthy and secure. We know that if we do our inner work and open to our connection with Spirit, we will feel all of that. Yet we don't. We put it off for days or weeks. We stay stuck in our misery or numbness. Why? What are we so afraid of if we open to learning about loving?

I have searched for many years for the answer to this question. Over and over I would find myself out of grace and joy and into anxiety and stress. Each time it was because I failed to take care of myself in some way.

Can Stress Make You Fat?

You've heard that stress can kill you--that it's a risk factor for high blood pressure, heart attacks and strokes--but is it also a risk factor for obesity? Is it really fast food that has made Americans the fattest people in the world? Or is it something more insidious?

Dealing with Stress

Life without stress would be a very dull and unexciting existence. Stress adds spice, challenge and opportunity to life. Too much stress, however, can have significant negative effects on your physical and mental well- being. It is important then to find ways to minimize stress and deal with the stress we are exposed to. Below are some suggestions for dealing with stress.

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