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6 Research-Based Ways Freelancers Can Combat Stress - Forbes



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6 Research-Based Ways Freelancers Can Combat Stress 
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Work pressure is one of the leading causes of stress. In fact, according to Statistic Brain, in the U.S. alone, 77% of working individuals state that they have physical symptoms from stress. What's more ? U.S. businesses lose about $300 billion a year ...

 


Lief Therapeutics wearable stress tracker: review - CNBC.com - CNBC



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Lief Therapeutics wearable stress tracker: review - CNBC.com 
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The Lief Therapeutics stress tracker might be good if you need data to improve your habits, but most of us should just remember to breathe deeply.

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How Breathing from Your Diaphragm Can Reduce Stress - Brit + Co



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How Breathing from Your Diaphragm Can Reduce Stress 
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Every yoga teacher ever incorporates breath work into their instruction, and with good reason. Our modern, generally sedentary lifestyle encourages slouched postures and keep us chronically stressed, both of which can lead to shallow breath patterns ...

 


How To Reduce Workplace Stress Levels: 9 Practical Tips - Forbes



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How To Reduce Workplace Stress Levels: 9 Practical Tips 
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Forbes Coaches Council Top coaches offer insights on leadership development & careers. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Post written by. Forbes Coaches Council. Top business and career coaches from Forbes Coaches Council offer ...

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Pushed too far? Alerts can enable, stress mobile users - Daily Record



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Pushed too far? Alerts can enable, stress mobile users 
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People already can't resist constantly checking their phones for social media, messages and e-mail. But there's one more relatively new card in the information-overload deck: push alerts. Push alerts, also known as notifications, come from apps you ...

 


The devastating, underdiagnosed toll of toxic stress on children - PBS - PBS NewsHour



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The devastating, underdiagnosed toll of toxic stress on children - PBS 
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When a child's flight-or-fight response is activated too often, from abuse, neglect or parental addiction, it can change the structure of a developing brain. It's called toxic stress, and pediatrician Nadine Burke Harris believes every medical ...

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Cradle to Career event explores links between stress, brain development - Columbia Daily Tribune



Cradle to Career event explores links between stress, brain development 
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New research on the relationship between poverty and brain development could guide local parents and the community to help children succeed in school and beyond, according to a group of neuroscientists and local experts. A crowd of more than 100 people ...

 


Travis Lemon: Stress could be dragging down your immunity - Huntington Herald Dispatch



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Travis Lemon: Stress could be dragging down your immunity 
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Try directing phrases of loving kindness to yourself. Find a comfortable spot and close your eyes. Silently say "May I be safe, may I be happy, may I be healthy, may I live with ease" to yourself for 5-10 minutes. This can be done right before bed or ...

 


Don't blame nation's stress and anxiety on Trump: LETTER - Asbury Park Press



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Don't blame nation's stress and anxiety on Trump: LETTER 
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The Feb. 25 article by Jim Beckerman, "Feeling fatigue, stressed? It's not just you," stressed me out. He writes about the chaos of American life, equating hurricanes, sexual harassment and mass shootings with having Donald Trump as president. The ...

 


'This Is Us': Toxic stress on TV is reality for many Americans - USA TODAY



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'This Is Us': Toxic stress on TV is reality for many Americans 
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On This Is Us, I recognize symptoms of toxic stress when Beth goes to style foster daughter Deja's hair and finds bald patches, which come back every time her mom goes to jail. I also see its impact in the adult Pearson children as they grapple with ...