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Everyone feels stressed from time to time. Stress can give you a rush of energy when it’s needed most.


Anxiety, Negative Thinking, Tips

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  • Get enough sleep. Adults need 7 or more hours each
    night, school-age kids need 9–12, and teens need 8–10.

  • Exercise regularly. Just 30 minutes a day of walking can
    boost mood and reduce stress.

  • Build a social support network.

  • Set priorities. Decide what must get done and what can wait.
    Say no to new tasks if they are putting you into overload.

  • Show compassion for yourself. Note what you’ve
    accomplished at the end of the day, not what you didn’t.

  • Schedule regular times for a relaxing activity that uses
    mindfulness/breathing exercises, like yoga or tai chi.

  • Seek help. Talk to a mental health professional if you feel unable to cope, have suicidal thoughts, or use drugs or alcohol to cope.


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