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Personal HeathRobert miller

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Personal Heath Robert miller Article 1 2/8/2008 Stress: How to Cope Better With Life's Challenges By: American Academy of Family Physicians In this article the first step is to learn to recognize when you're feeling stressed. Early signs of stress include tension in your shoulders and neck, or clenching hands into fists. The next step is to choose a way to deal with your stress. One way is to avoid the event or thing that leads to your stress but often this is not possible. A second way is to change how you react to stress. This is often the best way according to the article. Some other ways are don't worry about things you can't control, such as the weather. Also be
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Unformatted text preview: prepare to the best of your ability for events you know may be stressful, such as a job interview. Try to look at change as a positive challenge, not as a threat. Work to resolve conflicts with other people. Talk with a trusted friend, family member or counselor. Set realistic goals at home and at work. Exercise on a regular basis. Eat well-balanced meals and get enough sleep. Meditate and participate in something you don't find stressful, such as sports, social events or hobbies. These are just a few things that according to the American Academy of Family Physicians can lower stress in everyday lives of Americans....
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