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Stress Management

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Manage Stress and Manage Your Health

Stress happens. When it does, you decide how to handle it. While it may seem like lowering stress is a full-time commitment – you can decide to take back your “me time” one moment at a time. We can help you reduce constant stress for a healthier version of you.

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How does stress affect the body?

Feeling stressed out? It can have lasting effects on your health and well-being. But there are ways to manage stress and its symptoms that can help you feel better.

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Stress, Mental Health and Your Heart

What’s stressful to one person isn’t for another. Happy events (a marriage, job promotion, new home) and unhappy events (illness, being overworked, a pandemic) can cause stress.

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3 Tips to Manage Stress

We all have stress — at work, at home, and on the road. Sometimes we can feel especially stressed because of a bad interaction with someone, too much work, or everyday hassles like getting stuck in traffic.

Negative stress can keep you from feeling and performing your best — mentally, physically and emotionally. But no one’s life is completely stress-free. It’s important to know how to manage the stress in your life. Try these three simple techniques for dealing with it.

3 tips to manage stress
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Keep Outside in Mind for Less Stress

Spending time in nature can help relieve stress and anxiety, improve your mood, and boost feelings of happiness and wellbeing.

Humans evolved in the great outdoors, and your brain benefits from a journey back to nature.

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