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1.1. Untitled

1.1.1. 5 Simple Ways to Manage Stress

1.1.1.1. Never Take a Decision on an Empty Stomach

1.1.1.2. Never Take a Decision When You Didn't Have Enough Sleep

1.1.1.3. Establish Clear Exit Points

1.1.1.4. One Thing at a Time

1.1.1.5. Be Flexible

1.1.2. 5 Signs of a Stress-Ridden Mind

1.1.2.1. You procrastinate constantly

1.1.2.2. Your life seems chaotic

1.1.2.3. Mindless eating

1.1.2.4. Aloofness

1.1.2.5. You're aggressive rather than assertive

1.1.2.6. Steps

1.1.2.6.1. Clutter Management

1.1.2.6.2. Mindfulness

1.1.2.6.3. Write in a journal

1.1.2.6.4. Doing what I enjoy

1.1.2.6.5. Yoga

1.1.3. 5 Ways to Reduce Stress and Feel More Relaxed

1.1.3.1. Give Yourself a Break

1.1.3.2. Pause to Find a Higher Perspective

1.1.3.3. Stop and Smile

1.1.3.4. Better Sleep, Less Stimulants

1.1.3.5. Keep a Calm Log

1.1.4. 5 Ways to Stay Cool Under Pressure

1.1.4.1. Before a Stressful Event, Stage a Mental Dress Rehearsal

1.1.4.2. Address the Most Urgent Need First

1.1.4.3. Listen

1.1.4.4. Know When to Take a Deep Breath

1.1.4.5. Block Out Anything Unnecessary

1.1.5. 5 Tips to Maintain Balance to Reduce Stress

1.1.5.1. Develop a positive outlook

1.1.5.2. Listen and be mindful of the present

1.1.5.3. Know your goals and know where your priorities lie

1.1.5.4. Ask the right questions

1.1.5.5. Make mistakes

1.1.6. 6 Secrets for Eliminating Stress

1.1.6.1. Carve out plenty of time for yourself

1.1.6.2. Get plenty of good quality sleep

1.1.6.3. Free your mind from the problems

1.1.6.4. Move your body regularly

1.1.6.5. Breathe

1.1.6.6. Take a day to yourself

1.1.7. 7 Ways to De-Stress Instantly

1.1.7.1. Go for a quick walk

1.1.7.2. Read some fiction

1.1.7.3. Meditate or pray

1.1.7.4. Watch a funny video

1.1.7.5. Make a herbal tea

1.1.7.6. Punch a pillow

1.1.7.7. Take slow, deep breaths

1.1.8. 7 Tips to Help You Overcome Stress and Re-Energize

1.1.8.1. Get a little time alone to rest

1.1.8.2. Practice gratitude

1.1.8.3. Find something to make you laugh

1.1.8.4. Volunteer to help someone in need

1.1.8.5. Go to lunch with a friend

1.1.8.6. Exercise your troubles away

1.1.9. 8 Unconventional Ways to De-Stress and Release Tension

1.1.9.1. Massage your ears

1.1.9.2. Finger paint

1.1.9.3. Strip down your living room

1.1.9.4. Try laughing yoga

1.1.9.5. Procrastinate

1.1.9.6. Be brutally honest

1.1.9.7. Dance in the rain

1.1.9.8. Enjoy a staycation

1.1.10. 9 Healthier Ways to De-Stress

1.1.10.1. Stress can be made worse by...

1.1.10.2. Adverse effects of stress

1.1.10.3. What can be done...

1.1.11. 9 Steps to Transform Stress into Strength

1.1.11.1. Where do you feel the stress in your body?

1.1.11.2. What does the stress feel like?

1.1.11.3. Pluck the stress out using your hands

1.1.11.4. What does the stress look, sound and feel like?

1.1.11.5. What does the stress say?

1.1.11.6. Shift the colors, shape and sound around

1.1.11.7. Change the colors, shape and sound

1.1.11.8. Slam it back into where you plucked it out from

1.1.11.9. Say the new belief

1.1.11.10. Play with the company cat

1.1.12. 9 Tips on Handling and Eliminating Negative Stress

1.1.12.1. Awareness of and recognizing stress

1.1.12.2. Identify stress when it is negative

1.1.12.3. Change stress into positive hope

1.1.12.4. Learn from Failures, Don't dwell on them

1.1.12.5. Talk your way through stress

1.1.12.6. Take action to relax and relieve the stress

1.1.12.7. Ask for help

1.1.12.8. Change your activities that cause negative stress

1.1.12.9. Change your beliefs about stress

1.1.13. 10 Practical Ways to Handle Stress

1.1.13.1. Figure Out Where the Stress is Coming From

1.1.13.2. Consider What You Can Control — and Work on That

1.1.13.3. Do What You Love

1.1.13.4. Manage Your Time Well

1.1.13.5. Create a Toolbox of Techniques

1.1.13.6. Pick off the Negotiables from Your Plate

1.1.13.7. Are You Leaving Yourself Extra Vulnerable to Stress?

1.1.13.8. Preserve Good Boundaries

1.1.13.9. Realize There's a Difference Between Worrying and Caring

1.1.13.10. Embrace Mistakes — or at least don't drown in perfection

1.1.14. 10 Ways to Reduce Stress Without Spending a Dime

1.1.15. 10 Simple Ways to Reduce Stress and Improve the Quality of Your Life

1.1.16. 15 Ways to Fight Stress

1.1.16.1. Fortify

1.1.16.1.1. Brace for the punch

1.1.16.1.2. Plan

1.1.16.1.3. Balance your Omega 6 to Omega 3 fatty acid intake

1.1.16.1.4. Go primal. Yesterday.

1.1.16.2. Avoid

1.1.16.2.1. Know your limits, and hold yourself to them

1.1.16.2.2. Opt for acute, rather than chronic stress

1.1.16.2.3. Do one thing at a time

1.1.16.2.4. Disconnect

1.1.16.3. Manage

1.1.16.3.1. Breathe

1.1.16.3.2. Export the blurry realm of causality and correlation

1.1.16.3.3. Get amorous

1.1.16.3.4. Get more magnesium

1.1.16.3.5. Drink tea

1.1.16.3.6. Take

1.1.17. 18 Ways to Manage Stress

1.1.18. 20 Ways to Eliminate Stress from Your Life

1.1.19. 25 Ways to Reduce Stress

1.1.20. 25 Timeless Stress Reduction Tricks

1.1.21. 30 Ways to De-Stress Now

1.1.22. 30 Ways to Reduce Stress and Restore Balance

1.1.23. 38 Ways to Stress Less, Achieve More, and Laugh Your Ass Off Doing it

1.1.24. 50 Stress Relievers that Take 5 Minutes of Less

1.1.25. 55 Best Stress-Busting Tips of All Time

1.1.26. 99 Free or Virtually Free Ways to De-Stress

1.1.27. 100 Ways to Overcome Stress

1.2. Untitled

1.2.1. Adjust Expectations to Decrease Stress

1.2.2. Coping with Stress: 5 Ways

1.2.2.1. Personal Story on Stress

1.2.2.2. My Revelation About Stress

1.2.2.3. 5 Ways of Coping with Stress

1.2.2.3.1. Banish the Media

1.2.2.3.2. Move Your Body

1.2.2.3.3. Don't Panic

1.2.2.3.4. Morning Rules

1.2.2.3.5. Become Financially Aware

1.2.3. De-Stress, Unwind: The True Value of Silence

1.2.4. Do You Fall Victim to This Common Source of Stress?

1.2.4.1. Start with a list

1.2.4.2. Focus

1.2.4.3. Remove the friction

1.2.4.4. Get up and get moving

1.2.5. Eliminate Stress with Legs Up the Wall

1.2.5.1. Health Benefits

1.2.5.2. Before You Start

1.2.5.3. Getting into legs up the wall

1.2.5.4. How long for

1.2.6. How to Reduce, Prevent, and Cope with Stress

1.2.6.1. Identify the sources of stress in your life

1.2.6.2. Look at how you currently cope with stress

1.2.6.3. Strategies

1.2.6.3.1. Avoid unnecessary stress

1.2.6.3.2. Alter the situation

1.2.6.3.3. Adapt to the stressor

1.2.6.3.4. Accept the things you can't change

1.2.6.3.5. Make time for fun and relaxation

1.2.6.3.6. Adopt a healthy lifestyle

1.2.7. How to Turn Stress into Success

1.2.7.1. Accept the fact that some things can't be changed

1.2.7.2. Accept the fact that some things can always be changed

1.2.7.3. Don't let other people's problems become your problems

1.2.7.4. Choose success over stress

1.2.8. How to Stop Stress in 60 Seconds or Less

1.2.8.1. Get Physical Fast

1.2.8.2. Stretch the Stress Out

1.2.8.3. Focus on Your Breathing

1.2.8.4. Visualize a Calming Image

1.2.8.5. Soothe Your Senses with Calming Scents

1.2.9. Mind Power to Overcome Anxiety and be Stress Free

1.2.9.1. Break the loop, gain clarity

1.2.9.2. Get hold of your thoughts

1.2.9.3. Lesser the thoughts, lesser the anxiety

1.2.9.4. Give yourself a doze of positive self-talk

1.2.9.5. Apply these techniques

1.2.9.5.1. Shift worrying to tomorrow every day

1.2.9.5.2. Bargain with worries

1.2.9.5.3. Make an appointment with worry

1.2.10. Simple Solutions to De-Stress Your Life

1.2.10.1. At Home

1.2.10.1.1. Declutter

1.2.10.1.2. Create an Oasis

1.2.10.1.3. Create an "away space"

1.2.10.2. At Work

1.2.10.2.1. Manage your time

1.2.10.2.2. Underbook yourself

1.2.10.2.3. Set boundaries

1.2.10.3. Self

1.2.10.3.1. De-stress your diet

1.2.10.3.2. Exercise

1.2.10.3.3. Meditate

1.2.11. Stress Relief Tips to Help You Get to the Root of Your Stress

1.2.11.1. Become Aware

1.2.11.2. Breathe Deeply

1.2.11.3. Reflect

1.2.11.4. Live in the Now

1.2.12. Stress-Management: 25 Ways to Relieve Stress

1.2.13. Stress Management: Positive Thinking

1.2.13.1. Understanding positive thinking and self-talk

1.2.13.2. The health benefits of positive thinking

1.2.13.3. Identifying negative thinking

1.2.13.4. Focusing on positive thinking

1.2.13.5. Examples of negative self-talk

1.2.13.6. Practicing positive thinking every day

1.2.14. Stress Coping Strategies You Must Know About

1.2.14.1. Stress at Home

1.2.14.2. Stress at Work

1.2.14.3. In Other Situations

1.2.14.4. Dealing with Stress

1.2.15. The Ultimate Stress Busting Post

1.2.15.1. Stress is a myth

1.2.15.2. Stress is in your mind

1.2.15.3. Stress is fear

1.2.15.4. Stress is feeling out of control

1.2.15.5. Stress is playing the victim

1.2.15.6. Stress is a killer

1.2.15.7. Set an example

1.2.15.8. Stress yourself

1.2.15.9. Tips

1.2.15.9.1. Breathe properly

1.2.15.9.2. Laugh more

1.2.15.9.3. Say Ahh

1.2.15.9.4. Buy a rocking chair

1.2.15.9.5. Slow down and be in the moment

1.2.15.9.6. Relax your body

1.2.15.9.7. Relax your mind

1.2.15.10. Value your values

1.2.16. The Essential Guide to Stress Relief

1.2.16.1. So What is Stress?

1.2.16.2. When Stress Goes Wrong

1.2.16.3. The Need for Stress Relief

1.2.16.4. Stress Relief Skills

1.2.16.4.1. Relax your muscles

1.2.16.4.2. Relax muscles for breathing

1.2.16.4.3. Give your mind a rest

1.2.17. Understanding Stress: 8 Ways to Take it On

1.2.17.1. Recognize Stress Under its Many Veils

1.2.17.2. Accept that it is Real

1.2.17.3. Decide Not to Allow it to Take Over Your Good Attitude

1.2.17.4. Choose a Mantra

1.2.17.5. Take Deep Breaths

1.2.17.6. Consider it a Challenge

1.2.17.7. Believe in Your Ability to Find a Solution

1.2.17.8. Remember What You Did that Worked Well in this Stressful Situation

1.2.18. Stress Management: 39 Essential Tips

1.2.18.1. Nutrition

1.2.18.1.1. Energy in a liquid

1.2.18.1.2. High Protein Intake

1.2.18.1.3. High green veggie intake

1.2.18.1.4. Whole grains

1.2.18.1.5. Low saturated fats

1.2.18.1.6. Regular healthy snacks

1.2.18.1.7. Supplements

1.2.18.2. Mindset

1.2.18.2.1. Become an optimist

1.2.18.2.2. Ask effective questions

1.2.18.2.3. Think about the bigger picture

1.2.18.2.4. Adjust your standards

1.2.18.2.5. Reframe circumstances

1.2.18.2.6. Meditate and visualize

1.2.18.2.7. Utilize Affirmations

1.2.18.2.8. Emotional control

1.2.18.2.9. Acceptance through forgiveness

1.2.18.3. Body

1.2.18.3.1. Laugh your way out of stress

1.2.18.3.2. Sex can help too

1.2.18.3.3. Massage

1.2.18.3.4. Progressive muscle relaxation

1.2.18.3.5. Consistent napping and sleeping patterns

1.2.18.3.6. Regular exercise

1.2.18.4. Actions

1.2.18.4.1. Natural therapies

1.2.18.4.2. Assertiveness is the key

1.2.18.4.3. Organize and manage your time effectively

1.2.18.4.4. Reduce noise and distractions

1.2.18.4.5. Simplify your life

1.2.18.4.6. Relax within nature

1.2.18.4.7. Take a long hot bath

1.2.18.4.8. Relax to your favourite music

1.2.18.5. Social Interactions

1.2.18.5.1. Support networks

1.2.18.5.2. Play sports

1.2.18.5.3. Play with children or pets

1.2.18.5.4. Learn to compromise

1.2.18.5.5. Express your feelings to others

1.2.18.5.6. Help others

1.2.18.6. Avoiding Stress

1.2.18.6.1. Avoid stressful people

1.2.18.6.2. Avoid toxins

1.2.18.6.3. Avoid the consumption of...

2. Finances

2.1. Financial Stress and How to Plan Against It

2.1.1. Have an emergency fund

2.1.2. Have insurance

2.1.3. Choose reliable people

2.2. Stress and Overspending

2.2.1. Focus on what's stressing you

2.2.2. Talk about what's stressing you

2.2.3. Meditate

2.2.4. Exercise

2.2.5. Eliminate a less-important life element

2.3. 15 Low Cost Ways to Beat Stress

2.4. How to Manage Financial Stress

2.4.1. Turn off your television

2.4.2. Surround yourself with positive influences

2.5. 7 Causes of Financial Stress

2.5.1. High debt levels

2.5.2. Low savings rates

2.5.3. Stock markets have destroyed wealth

2.5.4. Real Estate won't be our financial saviour

2.5.5. Demographics means more fear

2.5.6. Financial market place is increasingly complex

2.5.7. No formal education on money

3. Career

3.1. How to Manage Career Transition Stress

3.1.1. Regain Your Balance

3.1.2. Change Negative Thoughts

3.1.3. Take Care of You

3.1.4. Manage Your Finances

3.1.5. Be Proactive

3.1.6. Devise a Workable Plan

3.2. How to Use Motivation to Let Go of Stress

3.2.1. Motivation at work

3.2.2. You cannot motivate someone

3.2.3. Clarity

3.2.4. Write down all your projects

3.2.5. Know everything that needs to get done

3.2.6. This might feel stressful

3.2.7. You know what you are working on

3.2.8. Identifying next actions

3.2.9. You know you aren't missing something

3.3. 20 Tips for Batching to Save Time and Cut Stress

3.3.1. How does batching work?

3.3.2. How to start batching now

3.4. Stressed Sleep: How to Stop Stressing About Work at Night

3.4.1. Tie up loose ends at work

3.4.2. Look at the stressed thoughts

3.4.3. Use logical arguments

3.4.4. Look at the space between the stress

3.4.5. Learn to focus on your breath

3.4.6. Learn the habit of leaving work at work

3.4.7. Quit your job

3.5. How to Reduce Stress and Get More Done by Turning a Project into a Habit

3.5.1. How to make a project into a habit

3.5.2. Relieving stress

3.5.3. The advantage of maintenance

3.5.4. Handling multiple habits at once

3.6. 19 Battlefield Tips to Survive Stress at Work

4. Relationships

4.1. 10 Ways to Reduce Stress in Relationship

4.1.1. Prevention

4.1.2. Leave others alone

4.1.3. Self understanding

4.1.4. Responsibility

4.1.5. Self control

4.1.6. Stop worrying

4.1.7. Don't stay still

4.1.8. Go away

4.1.9. Be flexible

4.1.10. Ask others

4.2. Relationship Stress

4.2.1. How stress causes relationship problems

4.2.2. Are you stressed or is it your partner?

4.2.3. Is your partner, or are you able to help?

4.2.4. How to make a start with getting better

4.2.5. 7 tips for dealing with stress

4.2.6. Helping your partner to cope with stress

4.2.7. 5 Steps towards feeling better

4.2.8. How to inoculate yourself against stress

4.2.9. How to manage stress in your relationship

4.3. Top 7 Tips for Having Stress Free Relationships

4.3.1. Stop talking and start listening

4.3.2. Give recognition, show appreciation and be kind

4.3.3. Understand your own emotional behaviour

4.3.4. Learn to let go

4.3.5. Learn to love yourself

4.3.6. Learn to receive

4.3.7. Don't be afraid to ask for help

4.4. Learn How to Reduce Relationship Stress

4.5. 11 Ways to Decrease Relationship Stress

4.5.1. Avoid making negative assumptions

4.5.2. Don't be critical or assign blame

4.5.3. Acknowledge your partner's concerns

4.5.4. Respond rather than react

4.5.5. Honour each other's feelings

4.5.6. Identify the real source of the stress

4.5.7. Treat your mate with respect

4.5.8. Differentiate between the relationship and the problem

4.5.9. Reaffirm your partnership often

4.5.10. Get help if you need it

4.6. Dealing with Relationship Stress

4.6.1. Define the problem

4.6.2. Recognize destroying patterns

4.6.3. Being critical and judgmental

4.6.4. Opposites attract — can lead to a stressful relationship

4.6.5. Discrediting your partner

5. Studying

5.1. 50 Tricks to Study Better, Faster and with Less Stress

6. Relaxation

6.1. The Phenomenal Benefits of a Mental Sanctuary (and how to create one)

6.1.1. The benefits of a mental sanctuary

6.1.2. Creating a mental sanctuary

6.2. How Mindful Walking Can Help You Relax

6.2.1. Choose Where to Walk

6.2.2. How to Practice Mindful Walking

6.2.3. Counting Steps, Counting Breaths

6.2.4. The Benefits of Regular Practice

6.3. The 5 Best Techniques to Control and Calm Your Mind

6.3.1. 1st Level: Reflect on the positive counterparts

6.3.2. 2nd Level: Reflect directly on the misery

6.3.3. 3rd Level: Letting them slide

6.3.4. 4th Level: The source of the thoughts

6.3.5. 5th Level: Beating down the bad thoughts

6.3.5.1. The Howitzer Mantra

6.3.5.2. The Rubber Band

6.3.5.3. Filling in the Gap

6.4. How to Become a Relaxation Ninja

6.5. 4 Personally Proven Steps to Become a Calmer Person

6.5.1. Forget things you can't fix now

6.5.2. Live in the now

6.5.3. Learn to let go

6.5.4. Set a limit switch to all the three techniques

6.6. 5 Ways to be Calm Under Pressure

6.6.1. Four square breathing

6.6.2. Take a solitude break

6.6.3. Go for a walk outside

6.6.4. Get a mini massage

6.6.5. Add positive inputs

6.7. 5 Scientifically Proven Relaxation Techniques

6.7.1. Progressive relaxation

6.7.2. Applied relaxation

6.7.3. Autogenic training

6.7.4. Meditation

6.7.5. Cognitive behaviour therapy

6.8. 100 Ways to Relax, Unwind and Loosen Up

6.9. 15 Ways to Relax and Rejuvenate Your Body

6.10. 11 Sure-Fire Ways to Have a Calm and Peaceful Mind

6.10.1. Reduce your use of rational thinking

6.10.2. Listen to your intuition

6.10.3. Listen to your heart

6.10.4. Get the stuff out of your mind

6.10.5. Meditate

6.10.6. Limit your information intake

6.10.7. Read spiritual texts

6.10.8. Eliminate unessential stuff

6.10.9. Don't think too much about yourself

6.10.10. Do something for others

6.10.11. Slow down

6.11. 5 of the Best 30 Second Relaxation Practices

6.11.1. Sounds of the ocean therapy

6.11.2. Smile into your organs

6.11.3. Ask for a hug

6.11.4. Belly breathing to calm and anxious stomach

6.11.5. Calm your mind with a mantra

6.12. 30 Ways to Slow Down and Relax Like a Cat

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