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If you’re in the market for a new career and are seeking something less stressful that still allows you to comfortably make ends meet, there are options. Many jobs offer low stress days with reasonable pay.

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Most working mums feel they don’t even have time to look at themselves in the mirror. Unfortunately, little things like this won’t take much time but can give a stressed working mum a much-needed breather.

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This article discusses some possible stresses that can cause anxiety and addiction and gives ways to deal with both.

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There are two ways you react to stress: emotionally and physically. Emotional reactions to stress are as varied as there are perspectives on any of the events of your life. The bodily reaction to stress triggers, however, is more hardwired. Here are the top 5 signs you are addicted to stress.

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My personal stress management technique has got to be very powerful, whatever it is. Doesn’t seem that there is any let up in stress these days, does there?

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Stress is a response produced by your body when you are subjected to various types of demand, whether physically, mentally, or emotionally. Contrary to what most people believe, stress is not associated with the negative only since excessive positive emotions can result to stress as well. When something that takes place or is about to take place in the environment is producing stress in a person’s body, it results into the release of certain chemicals into your bloodstream.

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Stress always goes hand in hand with health. Depending to the stress level of a person, the impact of stress in the body can range from minor sweaty palms to death. Letting stress build can slowly deteriorate health and can cause major health risks. Managing stress and health are important ways to avoid health risks [...]

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