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Frank Sonnenberg 7m
"Ask yourself whether the problem will matter in a year or two. If not, it may be a trivial issue unworthy of your concern." ~ Frank Sonnenberg ➀
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Tom Hall ☘ Aug 3
πŸ–₯ πŸ’₯ That Zoom Sucked! Goodbye Monday. [sound up] πŸ–₯ πŸ’₯
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Memory Health 25m
Overcoming the Effects of Inflammation and Oxidative Stress on Your Brain Both and oxidative can impair ability and contribute to your risks for , ’s and other disorders.
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𝕀 𝔸𝕄 π•Šπ•€π•„β„™π•ƒπ• 𝕄𝔼 Aug 3
Never thought of it that way ...
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N.K.Chanji Aug 2
CPI-360 When problems persist for long time, people tend to get used to it and compromise & live with them without applying further mind Its not OK human behaviour
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StressLab@UniTrier Jul 30
Special issue on and published online today. Many thanks to all contributors !
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Lucy Aug 1
I’ve had an absolutely horrendous couple of days. So happy to be away for a weekend.
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Debbie Hampton Jul 29
Why You Need To Give Your Brain A Break Your wasn't made for a marathon. Your ability to pay attention cycles every 90 minutes which is why you need to build brain breaks into your day.
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πŸ’” 𝐒π₯𝐑𝐚𝐧 Aug 2
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Dr Paul Kasenene Jul 30
In these times when cancer is rampant, early detection of through health screenings is good but often inst enough. Remember the only true prevention for is in , reducing , reducing exposure to harmful toxins and pollutants and in HealthyLiving
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Stuart Shanker 21h
The goal of is not simply to cope with : it is to learn what we need to do in order to thrive from stress
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Mindful Aug 3
Unchecked stress can wreak havoc on your well-being. Here are the warning signs that you’re heading toward plus six steps to manage your .
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Morris Psychological 9m
Highly recommended by Morris Psychological Group Partner, Dr. Francine Rosenberg- β€œThis is an excellent Cognitive-Behavioral guide to managing anxiety.”
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Allied National 18m
Everyone experiences from time to time, some more than others. So, it's important to encourage your employees to find healthy activities to maintain their well-being. Here are 5 simple ideas you can share around the office and put into action now.
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OrthopaedicFoundatio 40m
On this we wanted to remind you to "be kind to your mind" and offer the following tips to cope with stress.
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Helen Ashby Aug 3
One of my biggest stress triggers is . So I have made a plan to get control of my spending and pay off my debts and reduce my . I have a whopping 17 different debts across car loans, personal loans, credit cards, catalogues and overdraft. Today I paid 3 off.
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Geor𝚐eβ‹—π•²πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ Jul 30
Laughing makes us better equipped to deal with stressful eventβ€”even smiling helps ☺︎
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Vaile Wright Jul 31
Although much of the focus has been on those who refuse to comply, 's latest in America survey shows that a majority of Republicans and Democrats agree on COVID-19 prevention measures. This is a public health issue not a partisan one
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Ali & Mati Aug 2
Are you feeling stressed? Tune in tomorrow to The Ali & Mati Podcast at 5:30 PM. We’re diving into what causes and how we can manage it during . As always don’t forget to follow to stay updated!
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Jess 6m
Yesterday was so stressful it feels like I've already lived through the whole week.
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