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One of the most common questions I get is, “How do I know my stress levels are too high?”  It is a great question to answer because if you knew when you’re levels are high then you could start to do something about it before you surpass your stress threshold.  It’s especially important to understand…

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Situational Stress

Reducing your situational stress will dramatically change how you feel, think, and behave each day. Taking the steps to increase your time management skills will make the greatest impact on this. Continuing from a previous entry, Where Does The Time Go, step two in this process is determining if your time was well spent. You…

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Where Does the Time Go? Time Management is one of the most effective coping methods to reduce situational stress. The daily hassles of life can become overwhelming if not managed and scheduled with intention. There will never be a time where you can control every hour of your day. Surprises, crises, and tragedies will occur.…

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Healthy and Unhealthy Stress

Your stress response is a complex reaction to events, activities, situations, thoughts, or habits. This is where your body views them as harmful or dangerous to its survival. There are many healthy and unhealthy ways your body responds to stress. Below are just a few of the more common responses. Unhealthy Stress Response Behavioral Overeating,…

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Types of Stress

Types of Stress There are three different types of stress that impact all business people on a regular basis. Whether it’s one of your leading supervisors or a member of the team when any team member is feeling stressed it directly impacts case acceptance, production, profits, and patient retention. Don’t fool yourself, the stress in…

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Sets you off

What Sets You Off Stress producers, or triggers, are all of those events, situations, thoughts, or habits you engage in that create a stress response. Often times people are unaware of their stress producers, focusing more on the stress response their body is having to the trigger. To reduce your stress, the first step is…

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