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Top Tips for Natural Stress Management

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Stress is not a nice feeling for anyone. Even worse, it can lead to or exacerbate numerous health conditions both physical and mental when not properly dealt with. There are many things that can be done to help alleviate stress and maintain a healthy lifestyle

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Top Tips for Natural Stress Management

  1. 1. Natural Stress Management Dr Carolyn Dean is a medical doctor and naturopath. She has authored and co-authored over 35 books T o p T i p s f o r
  2. 2. 2 Top Tips for Natural Stress Management Dr Carolyn Dean Stress is not a nice feeling for anyone. Even worse, it can lead to or exacerbate numerous health conditions both physical and mental when not properly dealt with. There are many things that can be done to help alleviate stress and maintain a healthy lifestyle
  3. 3. 3 Support Systems We all need people we can rely on and talk to so we can manage our stress levels, whether its friends and fam- ily or professionals trained in stress management. Positive Attitude People can help reduce their stress levels by actively keeping a positive attitude and accepting that there will always be some things they cannot change. Learning to say no when appropriate and being asser- tive, but not aggressive, can also help control stress. Physical Exercise All types of exercise release feel-good hormones and the human body is bet- ter able to deal with stress when it is fit and healthy. Relaxation Techniques Relaxation techniques such as meditation, tai- chi and yoga have all shown to be helpful in reducing stress. Getting enough quality sleep is also a factor in maintain- ing a low-stress lifestyle.
  4. 4. Increased stress can often result in hormonal imbalances. You can learn more about how to manage these by visiting the blog of Dr. Carolyn Dean. Dr Carolyn Dean

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