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Foods That Help Deal With Stress
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Foods That Help Deal With Stress

1. DARK CHOCOLATE Dark chocolate is the most potent endorphin producing food in the world with over 250 different compounds of it. One of the compounds is anandamide which commonly imitates the effects of marijuana on the brain. This helps reduce the stress hormone production in the body reducing anxiety and high stress levels. 2. GLASS OF MILK Milk contains calcium and magnesium which are helpful in keeping the blood pressure low. More to that it contains a compound, tryptophan,…
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Negative Effects Of Stress On Your Body
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Negative Effects Of Stress On Your Body

The human body is not designed to handle stress at high levels that is why stress can have some physical effects on your body and its functions. Some effects of stress on the human body include; 1. BREATHING PROBLEMS During stress one breaths in and out a lot as a natural occurring body response in an effort to distribute blood rich in oxygen in and out of our system. If one has pre-existing breathing problems like asthma, this may prove…
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Fun Techniques To Deal With Stress
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Fun Techniques To Deal With Stress

Stress is the response to internal or external need for an adjustment either mentally, physical or emotionally. There are many fun ways to reduce stress to a manageable level. Here is a list of five fun ways to reduce stress 1. MEDITATIONWhen stressed out, anxious or worried try meditation for a few minutes to restore your inner peace. Meditation is easy and inexpensive. You only require to channel your attention and relax the string of thoughts clouding your mind. This…
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Work Stress, a Dangerous Disease
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Work Stress, a Dangerous Disease

Occupational stress is not new in Kenya, a report by the University of Nairobi states that the recent trends have made it increasingly difficult for employees to adequately balance the responsibility of their jobs and their families as employees are working longer hours and bringing more work at night. Experts agree that work stress is a set of physical and mental reactions that an employee suffers when subjected to external factors. These reactions can be physiological, cognitive, behavioral or emotional,…
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