Stress-Relief Techniques: Mindfulness and Meditation


Stress is a common experience in our fast-paced modern lives, and its effects on our physical and mental well-being can be significant, especially when living in a place like NYC. When we are stressed, our bodies release stress hormones like cortisol, which can lead to a range of negative symptoms…

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Practical Ways to Cope with Stress in the Digital Age


The Impact of the Digital Age on Stress Levels The digital age has revolutionized the way we live, work, and interact with others. While it has brought numerous benefits and conveniences, it has also introduced new sources of stress into our lives. The constant connectivity, information overload, and pressure to…

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How to Master the Art of Understanding and Coping with Stress


Stress is a natural response to the demands and pressures of daily life. It is the body’s way of preparing for a challenge or threat. When we experience stress, our bodies release hormones that increase our heart rate, elevate our blood pressure, and sharpen our focus. This “fight or flight”…

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Attention, Stressed-Out People Pleasers—Read This and Relax!


As a people pleaser, you may deal with anxiety and stress by the truckloads. All the volunteering is likely burning you out. You probably don’t feel incredibly valued either. Perhaps you already know that people pleasing is rooted in low self-confidence. Essentially, as a people pleaser, you draw your self-worth…

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Mindfulness: 10 Reasons Why It’s Great for Mind and Body


If there was a simple way to improve your mind and body, would you do it? The good news is that there is a simple way! — It’s called mindfulness. Although it has taken the internet by storm, the practice of mindfulness has been around for centuries. What it all…

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Being Mindful in a Harried World – 5 Tips to Stay Focused on the Right Things


Stress abounds in this world. And far too often, we let ourselves be swept along with it. Consider for just a moment: Do you have the habit of multitasking—at work, at school, at home? Do you really think that makes you more productive? Does social media add to your daily…

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