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  1. Stress Management - Setting a Goal to Reduce Stress

    Set a goal in three steps If you're ready to reduce stress in your life,setting a goal may help. Try following these three steps: Find out what creates stress for you. Think about your coping strategies. Try using a stress journal to record stressful events,your response to them,and how you coped. Think about why you want to reduce stress. You might want to protect your heart and your ...

  2. Stress Management - Health Tools

    Health tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health. Interactive tools are designed to help people determine health risks,ideal weight,target heart rate,and more.

  3. Stress Management - Frequently Asked Questions

    Learning about stress:What is stress?What causes stress?What are the signs of stress?What is job stress?Effects of stress:Why is stress a problem?Is there a link between stress and illness? How does stress affect children and teens?How does being a caregiver or having a family member with a chronic disease affect family stress?Evaluating stress:How do I evaluate my stress?How well do I deal with .

  4. Stress Management - Causes of Stress

    Long - term (chronic) stress is the type of stress that causes the most serious problems. It is caused by a host of irritating hassles over a period of time, or an ongoing, difficult situation. Conditions that may lead to chronic stress include:Health problems, if you have a chronic illness such as heart disease, diabetes or arthritis. Emotional problems, such as unexpressed or uncontrolled anger,

  5. Stress Management - Measuring Stress

    Feeling the effects of stress is a normal part of life, especially when you are facing major challenges. However, each person responds to stress differently. What causes a lot of stress for one person may not cause stress for someone else. That's because a large part of stress is a matter of perception-how you view a situation determines how much stress it causes you. Therefore, only you can best

  6. Stress Management: Managing Your Time

    Time management is a way to find the time for all the things you want and need to do. It helps you decide which things are urgent and which can wait. Learning how to manage your time,activities,and commitments can be hard. But doing so can make your life easier,less stressful,and more meaningful. Key points When you manage your time,you decide which tasks and activities are most ...

  7. Stress Management - Ways to Relieve Stress

    Some of the most useful stress management skills you can learn are healthy coping strategies. Many of these can be done with little or no instruction. No one strategy is preferable; you need to find what works best for you. Using these techniques regularly until they become habits that are part of your lifestyle is the key. Use this coping strategies evaluation form(What is a PDF document?) to ...

  8. Caffeine Myths and Facts

    WebMD examines caffeine and looks at the side effects, both positive and negative, that it can have.

  9. Goji Berries: Health Benefits and Side Effects

    Examine the benefits and side effects of using goji berries as health supplements.

  10. Bee Pollen Benefits and Side Effects

    WebMD takes a look at the health claims for bee pollen and what the research shows.

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