Dealing with acute stress - Deepstash

Dealing with acute stress

  • Breathing Exercises: Great for acute stress because they work quickly.
  • Cognitive Reframing: Learn to change the way you look at the situation to manage your stress levels.
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation: It will give you a moment to regroup and calm down.
  • Mini-Meditation: Take breathing exercises a step further with this quick, 5-minute meditation technique to calm down in the moment.

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"The greatest of follies is to sacrifice health for any other kind of happiness." - Schopenhauer

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