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Stress Management Plan: 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Suppressing Your Feelings That Could Save Your Life. by Cecil M. Health Maven Posted Fri 27 Aug 2010 7:40am Most successful entrepreneurs and solopreneurs would like to have a stress management plan for dealing with their feelings.   Experiencing your emotions can get in the way of success in your business because you may have a fear of  losing control.   Naturally it is easier to suppress your feeling rather than deal with them. ... Read on »
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Stress Management: 3 Stellar Secrets to Stress Management like a pro, and Relax and Reduce Stress Faster than You Thought Possib by Cecil M. Health Maven Posted Mon 17 May 2010 8:46am You can actually cut feeling overwhelmed by 50%. The Empty Your Cup® (E.Y.C®) Principles help you to get twice as much done with 50% less effort. Why is this important? Why will this improve my health? Why do I need to explore the (E.Y.C®) Principles? Here’s something you probably don’t know. 50 million Americans have high b ... Read on »
Top 10 Books on Stress, Stress-Management and Anxiety by Dan Lukasik Posted Thu 09 Jan 2014 2:23pm Over the years, I’ve read too many books to count about stress, anxiety and depression.  Like most people, I’m always looking for tips and clues about how to handle things better. Some of these books have turned out to be real stinkers.  Others, retreads of books and articles that have said the same things over and over again. I have fo ... Read on »
The Disease Management Care Blog Summarizes the Latest Disease Management Journal - Read All About It! by JaanS Medical Doctor Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:08am Many readers of the Disease Management Care Blog have probably found the April issue of Disease Management, the official journal of the DMAA, the Care Continuing Alliance in their mailboxes. DM ’s articles are full of detailed & delicious methodology, descriptions of the study populations and subgroup analyses. That’s all important, but hey you ... Read on »
Managing Emotional Stress with Acupuncture by Tamara Z. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Tue 15 Apr 2008 1:11pm 3 Comments A 53-year-old man comes to me with low back pain. A 35-year-old woman presents with painful menstrual cramps and blinding headaches. And a 17-year-old boy comes in with stomach cramps and anxiety. What do they all have in common? Their symptoms were brought on by emotional stress. Always in Chinese Medicine we are getting to the root o ... Read on »
Emotions are Catchy: Managing Emotional Overload during Stressful Times by Carolyne .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 28 Nov 2011 1:47pm “Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths.” -Etty Hillesum Have you ever noticed that if you are hanging out with happy people, you often “catch” their mood and become … Continue reading → Read on »
Emotional Habits: Managing the Stress of Caring for Aging Parents by David S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:28pm The drama of our aging parents takes place in an emotional landscape, an environment that can overwhelm us without warning or apparent logic. We seem to be bobbing corks on an angry ocean of feelings that ambush us time and again. No matter how composed we appear to be to the world, most of us wind up with what I term “emotional habits.” E ... Read on »
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and other stress management techniques by Alvaro F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 26 Feb 2007 12:00am 1 Comment We have explained before how mental stimulation is important if done in the right supportive and engaging environment. Stanford’s Robert Sapolsky and others have shown that chronic stress and cortical inhibition, which may be aggravated due to imposed mental stimulation, may prove counterproductive. Having the right motivation is essentia ... Read on »
The Disease Management Care Blog Interviews a Full-Risk Physician Group Medical Director: Does Disease Management Work? by JaanS Medical Doctor Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:08am The Disease Management Care Blog had the opportunity to chat with the medical director of a >300 doc California-based physician group that, aside from some high cost conditions like transplants, accepts full capitation from most of the state’s insurers. It was an interesting conversation. Much of his day is spent in technology assessme ... Read on »