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Dealing with the Stress
September 6, 2011
7:48 pm
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chirosportscogee
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“Rest”-What’s the meaning of that?

If you are suffering from stress you’ll
maybe familiar on these phrases.

Living in large cities in the modern
world is becoming increasingly complex, and the demands on our time and
attention are many. The dictionary definition for stress comes from the field
of engineering, referring to physical force applied to a mechanical structure.
This definition aptly describes how stress can affect human function. Today
stress is commonly recognised as a cause of many illnesses. Chiropractic care
can treat the effects of stress on the body in a healthy way. Chiropractors
work to improve nerve function and reduce nerve interference, while prolonged
stress often involves muscle tension, contraction, nerve irritation, spinal
misalignment and reduced blood flow.

 

A healthy, balanced and well functioning
spine is a highly effective key to managing stress. Stress can come from many
sources including environmental such as air pollution, noise, weather, time
pressure; body such as poor nutrition, exhaustion, physical injury, illness;
emotions such as life experiences, upheaval orunexpected change, financial
stress and grief.

This is Dr. Michael Cohen and with almost 20 years, I have been
practicing as a Chiropractor I have noticed that even though advancements have
made massive leaps in dealing with the treatment of disease, overall it is
harder for people living in big cities to be healthy.  I find this to be a
very interesting forum and a nice place to share and learn ideas from somebody
else. I am looking forward for a good stay ahead. Thanks and have a great day!

November 21, 2011
9:53 am
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That's a good point.  Especially if someone is struggling with stress, they should look back at the broad picture.  Probably not many people look at their geography or spine angle.  Another thing to consider that is helpful for me is exercise.  I think exercise is a great way to relieve myself of any stress I am facing at home or work.  It's a great way to get my anger out, spend time outside doing something I enjoy and getting away from everyone.  That works for me!

July 25, 2012
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Dealing with stress through regular therapy sessions, proper medical treatment, relaxation methods and learning of new coping .and, most people who get diagnosed with mental stress can begin the gradual recovery process, and rediscover the entertainment or fun of life.Take stress problems seriously as it can directly cause many diseases such as cardiovascular disease, cancer, and high blood pressure.

March 23, 2015
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Dr. Basim Elhabashy
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Very informative post for dealing with stress. Positive thoughts are good for stay away from stress. Yoga and meditation are aslo helpful in stress.

April 20, 2015
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this post about the stress is unique and genuine...

May 20, 2015
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really great post about the Healthcare Investment Banker....

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January 7, 2020
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Dealing with Stress, here are some Tips:

1. Avoid Caffeine, Alcohol, and Nicotine. Avoid, or at least reduce, your consumption of nicotine and any drinks containing caffeine and alcohol.
2. Indulge in Physical Activity.
3. Get More Sleep.
4. Try Relaxation Techniques.
5. Talk to Someone.
6. Keep a Stress Diary.
7. Take Control.
8. Manage Your Time.

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