"The skin is the most noticeable part of our body that could be impacted by psychological factors," Kristina G. Gorbatenko
Could our fear of stress be making everything way worse? As the CEO of meQuilibrium, I know full well that no one source, problem, or issue is to blame when it comes to stress -- that our response to stress has far more to do with our ability to cope than almost anything else.
You can drink coffee just before bed or after dinner and still pass right out. Stress hasn't been shown to cause acid reflux
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Between the hectic schedule of holiday parties, trying to get all that work finished before your days off and finding the
Finding healthy ways to manage your work stress each day can keep you going and make it less likely that you'll develop unhealthy habits.
It's time to sweep out your negative attitudes, emotions and behaviors and make room for positive ones. Get out of your funk and choose to ring in health and happiness in 2012.
Ironically, the holiday season can be most stressful time of the year. Just imagine you are trying to squeeze some toothpaste out of a tube but you have forgotten to take the cap off. What happens? It will force a hole in the side or wherever is the weakest point.