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    of thought, figure out how to solve the problem. Everyone has a different approach as to how to tackle stress. I know people whom use stress balls. It’s a squishy, yet somewhat firm ball that you place in the palm of your hand and squeeze. This helps to relieve stress and the tension that accompanies it. Another stress relief technique is meditation. Mediation is one of the best stress relieving techniques that was founded within the Indian culture but today is accessible to…

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    Stress at work Work stress is a common terminology across the world due to the recognition that it poses a great risk to the workers’ health and to organizations performance. This is because stressed employees are poorly motivated, less productive, unhealthy, and likely to cause accidents and injuries at the workplace. Consequently, an organization whose workforce is constantly stressed shows poor performance in the competitive environment. () defines work stress as “the response people may…

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    Every day of our life is full of problems. Sometimes we make the little things too difficult. We don’t understand that the problems make our life much more interesting. It would be too boring if we get everything easily. The problems help us to understand many things. It helps to know ourselves and how strong we are. These moments make us grow and get to the points we wished to. Everything in this life has an explanation and has a reason. The difficult moments have their answers as well.…

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    Change is usually inevitable. Many factors influence internal or external changes in a person, causing them to turn out as a very different person. One main thing that can affect any part of a person is suffering. This suffering can be seen in the memoir Night by Elie Wiesel. Elie, a Jew and teenager, had been sent to Auschwitz, an insufferable journey, and finally to Buchenwald in central Germany, where he faced physical suffering, the test of renouncing his faith, and the obstacle of being…

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    Stress is around us every single day. We absorb it from others, generate it ourselves, and perpetuate this rather vicious cycle by subjecting others to our personal angst. The idea that we the average American citizen, living in a relatively "peaceful" environment are or should be free of it is laughable to me. Perhaps we aren 't experiencing the same level or degree/ quantity as a soldier on the front line fighting on foreign land, fair enough. Yet the physiological signs are undeniably present…

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    cause a lot of stress. Trying to work a job, whether part or full time, trying to pay the bills, and balance family and friends can seem impossible at times. This is a large cause for stress among us college…

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    it’s inevitable to avoid stress in life. However, the only thing you can do is choose how to deal with it. After being stressed and exercising your body and mind always feel better and more relaxed. Endorphins that are released when you exercise prove to reduce stress. In my opinion if my body physically feels better so does my mind at the end of the day. From my experience as a college student midterms are often a time that causes me high levels of stress. Regardless of what test you are…

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    surface with every refresh of your Instagram feed (Stephen Mariani).” This quote states that social media has actually made the FOMO on something harder because you see people doing things without you. This supports my big argument because FOMO could stress you out because you feel like you should be there doing whatever you see…

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    Doing that can stress their muscles because their muscles need to have a chance to repair themselves. There are women that are gymnast that work nonstop on their performance.From doing that they lose their menstruation period due to physical exertion. Also, overtraining…

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    The constant motion of humanity is sometimes a captivating and beautiful phenomenon, but in other times it is just another display of stress’ effect on the modern world. Life is a vessel of ups and downs, beginnings and endings; success and failure that all people must endure. Throughout history, people simply had to make the means called to survive. Now, society advocates so much more due to the advancements within civilization. The world echoes its call for individuals to succeed, prosper, and…

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