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Anxiety And Panic: Proactive Techniques For Relief

10th May 2013
When anxiety takes charge of a person's life, it may seem like a hopeless situation. In case you are starting to feel a heightened degree of anxiety, then you are probably here because you would like to understand how to get it manageable. Still look at t... Read >
Author: Mack Mcnevin

Ideas On How To Stop Stress from Killing You

07th November 2012
With the type of society that we are living in, I believe all of us have been stressed at one point in our lives. On a daily basis, we are deluged with all sorts of stimuli that set off our body's stress response. Even though short-term and occassional st... Read >
Author: karaheissman

5 Steps for Overcoming Procrastination

25th February 2011
Millions of people struggle with completing goals and overcoming challenges due to the habit of procrastination. In fact, it's one of the most common personal issues that people seek help for. There are several reasons why people procrastinate or avoid ta... Read >
Author: Michael Locklear

Head Massage in Bangalore

07th January 2011
In Bengaluru, head massage is defined as the massage of the upper back, shoulders, neck, head and face. It is a service that has received high demand in recent times as the pressure on individuals’ lives continues to increase in modern society where exten... Read >
Author: anita prakash

Emotional Intelligence: What is Your Emotional Landscape?

15th November 2010
The 2009 "Stress in America Survey" by the American Psychological Association (APA) highlighted the rising levels of stress Americans continue to experience. Dr. Katherine Nordal, Phd., executive director of the APA, expressed concern over the trend of in... Read >
Author: Byron Stock

Reducing Stress Related Illnesses In Dogs

24th November 2009
Stress-related illnesses are at an all time high in America, and there is no sign it will lessen. For the most part, doctors have identified the basic cause of this to be our "seriousness". By that they mean taking ourselves too seriously, thus causing so... Read >
Author: Carroll Willis

Toxic Breath and how to cure it...

17th April 2009
You're sitting at a restaurant and you find that special someone you think is just right for you. You approach that wonderful individual, get yourself ready, muster up the courage and say "Hi!", but your breath is bad enough that you can drop a bird at 20... Read >
Author: Sara Spencer

How Does Stress Affect The Brain? The Truth Exposed!

08th April 2009
How does stress affect the brain? In order to find a definite answer to this question, it is important to understand how brain activity works and how it is altered with the presence of stressors. The brain is one of the most vital organs in the body, ... Read >
Author: Michael Lee

Psychology of Relationships-Does Conflict Affect Men More Than Women?

13th March 2009
Men and women react differently to many situations in life. Getting over and dealing with conflict in a relationship is no different. The psychological differences between men and women may help us understand why we react differently. If you are married o... Read >
Author: celtgrfe

The Impact of Diversity on Healthcare and Patient Care

04th October 2006
Simply stated, diversity is variety. It is the unique combination of every single trait, characteristic, idea, belief, and preference that sets each individual apart from all others. The ways in which humans differ are virtually infinite, and precisely fo... Read >
Author: Modern Nurse

Sinusitis Resulting from Stress

09th March 2006
Life without any driving force is dull and boring. But life with too much driving force can be unpleasant and tiring and may eventually damage your health or well-being. A certain level of stress is necessary to avoid boredom but high levels of stress ove... Read >
Author: Viojieley Gurrobat
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