Archive for September, 2011

Reading cuts stress levels by 68%

Reading works better and faster than other methods to calm fatigued nerves such as listening to music, going for a walk or settling down with a cup of tea as per a new research conducted by consultancy Mindlab International at the University of Sussex says.

Reading is the best way to relax and even six minutes can be enough to reduce the stress levels by more than two thirds or 68%. » Continue reading “Reading cuts stress levels by 68%”

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How to Stop Stress in 60 Seconds or Less

These stress-busting tactics can be worth considered to tackle stress all in just 60 seconds or less, be it in the form of running small business and managing difficult situations every day, from funding issues to difficult customers, entrepreneurs have to solve everything. And the stress can lead to burnout or worse. » Continue reading “How to Stop Stress in 60 Seconds or Less”

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Stress Linked to Aggressive Breast Cancer

According to a new study, Patients reporting greater stress were more likely to have more aggressive breast cancer tumors. Though the new study links aggressive breast cancer and stress, the lead researcher suggests the findings raise as many questions as they answer. » Continue reading “Stress Linked to Aggressive Breast Cancer”

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How Creativity Can Help Reduce Stress

Millions are beleaguered with Stress across place and time. It may be brought on by work or our daily life function, the fact is that many of us feel the strain that leads to emotional issues and physical problems. One of the most satisfying ways to combat stress is to engage regularly in a creative activity that brings enjoyment. For many, that outlet is creativity, whether it involves writing, photography, or drawing, the list is plentiful. Having a creative outlet can be both fun and therapeutic. » Continue reading “How Creativity Can Help Reduce Stress”

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