Coping with Stress

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Re: Coping with Stress

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This is because we were not building up healthy relationships in the office. If you have a good set of people as your friend in the office, the atmosphere would be more stress released and it can reduce the work stress up to some extent.




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Re: Coping with Stress

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Hi Amy,
To manage stress level, engage in regular exercises and follow balanced diet meal plan. Talk with your pals and family and share your problems with them. Accept the things you cannot change, remember to laugh and avoid stimulants.

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Re: Coping with Stress

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People of all walks of life experiences stress and there are so many ways in coping with it. In my own personal experience, I try to manage my time so I could give ample time to relax myself whenever things starts consuming me. Sometimes, I give a call to my best friend and I would ask if I could talk to her very cute daughter which is very talkative. We do some chitchats and it makes me forget stress for a few moments. :D

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Re: Coping with Stress

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Anyway Amy, have you also tried going to spa houses? it worked for me too.

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Re: Coping with Stress

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These tips may help you feel better:

    Eat healthy, balanced diet
    Share your problems/thoughts with a parent, friend, counselor or doctor
    Avoid drugs and alcohol.
    Take a break from your routine.

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