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10 Stress Relief Tips for Caregivers [Infographic

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things you CAN control: how long the massage is going to be, how many foils to get in your hair, whether to get a mani or pedi or both. hahaha. Not to cheapen this list or anything. Just, I find that the only thing I want to do when I'm stressed is get pampered. Unfortunately my wallet does not allow me to do such things so I usually just end up doing number 1, 2, or 8..

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How Meditation Can Change Your Life for the Better

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Physical symptoms of anxiety---Chronic worry and emotional stress can trigger a host of health problems. The problem occurs when fight or flight is triggered daily by excessive worrying and anxiety. The fight or flight response causes the body’s sympathetic nervous system to release stress hormones such as cortisol. These hormones can boost blood sugar levels and triglycerides (blood fats) that can be used by the body for fuel. The hormones also cause physical reactions.

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How to release stress and control inside of you more than things you can't control.

During today's practice the instructor had us end with #savasana aka Corpse Pose (and then the fetal's a cycle you see?). And she talked about how she like many immediately think of how morbid that sounds. But then she shared how it was explained to her: it's not about death but about rebirth. Savasana is a place to release old ways of thinking to let go of old associations and create growth in a new direction. Giving yourself permission to relax in savasana to enjoy the simple…

By Jacob Devaney Taking time to unlock the ‘muscle of the soul’ Do you spend much time sitting in front of a computer, on a plane, in a car? If so your hips may be locked up which effects your ability to dance, but worse than that it may be causing you undue stress and fear. The Psoas Muscle, is...