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4. Change is stressful, so it at all possible, postpone major changes in yourenvironment until your stress level has been reduced.5. Take time off. Work or school more than 40 hours a week can be stressful.6. Start a stress-relieving diet. Avoid sugar highs, eat more vegetables, take multi-vitamin and mineral supplements. Eat a nutritious meal or snack7. Avoid things that trigger your allergies and environmental toxins.8. Exercise daily9. Avoid prescriptive medicines designed to force sleeping or tranquilizing. Talk toyour doctor before making any changes in your medication.10. Take deep breaths/Practice deep breathing exercises11. Watch your thoughts/think positive12. Find time to relax and cool out13. Pray or read something inspirational14. Visualize what you want to happen15. Use pressure points to reduce headaches16. Talk problems over with a friend or counsellor17. Don't dwell on your weaknesses18. Feel proud of your accomplishments19. Do muscle tension relaxation exercises20. Punch a pillow, scream or kick a can21. Prepare for tests early22. Eat a nutritious meal or snack23. Take one thing at a time24. Set realistic goals25. Stop worrying about things that may never happen26. Learn from your mistakes27. Forgive yourself and others28. Get involved with things you like to do29. Make time for fun30. Do something for others
PPZ3O – Health for LifeUnit 2 – Lesson 6Stress HardinessEver notice that certain people seem to adapt quickly to stressful circumstances andtake things in stride? They're cool under pressure and able to handle problems as theycome up. Researchers have identified the qualities that make some people seemnaturally resilient even when faced with high levels of stress. Some people seem lessaffected by stressful situations and more resilient in adjusting to change. This quality iscalledSTRESS HARDINESS. Personality factors that stand out in stress-hardy peopleinclude:
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Term
Fall
Professor
Mrs. Herbert
Tags
Stress, The Waves, Psychological trauma, Posttraumatic stress disorder, Complex post traumatic stress disorder, Snake, Durham Continuing Education

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