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  1. Quick Tips: Reducing the Stress of Caregiving - Get started

    Caring for a family member who has a disability or a chronic illness can be rewarding. But it's also demanding. One of the keys to being a successful caregiver is to manage stress by seeking support and taking care of yourself. Think about the kinds of caregiving tasks or situations that trigger stress for you. Then you can focus on one or two things you can do that will help the most to ...

  2. Stress Management: Helping Your Child With Stress

    Childhood isn't all fun and games. Even young children can feel worried and stressed. Stress can come from outside,such as family,friends,and school. It can also come from children themselves. Just like adults,children often expect too much of themselves and then feel stressed when they feel that they have failed. What are signs of stress in children and teens? Why is it important to ...

  3. Stress Management: Doing Meditation

    The goal of mindful meditation is to focus your attention on the things that are happening right now in the present moment.

  4. Stress Management: Relaxing Your Mind and Body

    Guide to stress management.

  5. Stress Management - Topic Overview

    Stress is what you feel when you have to handle more than you are used to. When you are stressed, your body responds as though you are in danger. It makes hormones that speed up your heart, make you breathe faster, and give you a burst of energy. This is called the "fight - or - flight" stress response. Some stress is normal and even useful. It can help if you need

  6. 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 ...

  7. Stress Management: Breathing Exercises - Topic Overview

    The way you breathe affects your whole body. Full,deep breathing is a good way to reduce tension,feel relaxed,and reduce stress. Roll breathing The object of roll breathing is to develop full use of your lungs and get in touch with the rhythm of your breathing. It can be practiced in any position,but it is best to learn it lying on your back,with your knees bent. Place your left hand on ...

  8. Hydrotherapy - Topic Overview

    What is hydrotherapy?Hydrotherapy is the use of water to treat a disease or to maintain health. The theory behind it is that water has many properties that give it the ability to heal:Water can store and carry heat.Water can dissolve other substances, such as minerals.Water cannot hurt you, even if you are sensitive to your surroundings.Water is found in different forms, such as ice, liquid, or ..

  9. 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 .

  10. Stress Management: Reducing Stress by Being Assertive

    Poor communication is one of the biggest causes of stress at work and home. Being unable to talk about your needs,concerns,and frustrations can create stress. Being assertive helps you communicate without causing stress to yourself and others. Assertiveness is a skill that you can learn and put into practice. Key Points Assertive communication means speaking up for yourself in a thoughtful,...

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