Today’s Solutions: June 19, 2024

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Struggling to maintain your appetite in the face of excessive stress? These 3 tips will help

Stress can harm your appetite, making it difficult to find the motivation to eat—even when your stomach is empty and rumbling. Stress, whether caused by work pressure, relationship issues, or looming deadlines, can suppress your appetite or cause symptoms such as nausea, making dinner a Read More...

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Snack your stress away with these expert-recommended foods

Jess Cording, R.D., CDN, a registered dietitian, developed a taste for butter after her father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. "For some reason, one of the foods I really wanted to eat all the time was radishes cooked in butter," she told MindBodyGreen. "It was the most random thing." She Read More...

Teenagers

This 30-minute training can help teenagers’ response to stress

Many successful people live by the expression “in every tragedy, there is an opportunity.” It turns out that the same kind of thinking can apply to the smallest of moments and to the youngest of people.  A new 30-minute online training session can reduce teenagers’ stress by teaching them Read More...

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8 strategies to handle back-to-office stress and anxiety

After having endured two years of pandemic restrictions and finally getting accustomed to working from home (which of course, has its own set of challenges), transitioning back to the office may be harder than anticipated. This study by McKinsey reveals that as many as one in three employees Read More...

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Managing self-care (again) when things fall apart

This article was originally published in May of 2020, but we are bringing it back to the top of our feeds, because we all still need self-care.  The healing comes from letting there be room for all of this to happen: room for grief, for relief, for misery, for joy. - Pema Chödrön By Kristy Read More...

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4 strategies to boost your immunity this winter

As our bodies adjust to seasonal change, it is of utmost importance to maintain a strong immune system. As we head into the coldest winter months, supporting our immunity is even more crucial than ever considering the ongoing pandemic. Here are four tips to end this year and begin a new one in Read More...

5 Strategies to cope with work

5 Strategies to cope with work-induced anxiety

For those who live in seasonal parts of the country, working from home may start feeling more confining as the days get colder and darker, preventing us from opening our windows or from setting up our office on our sunny balconies and backyards. This may make us more susceptible to anxiety and Read More...

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5 Mistakes we make when we're overwhelmed and how to avoid them

Feeling overwhelmed is something we can all relate to, and when we are in this mindset, oftentimes we end up reacting in ways that only aggravate the situation rather than improve it. Here are five common ways people who are overwhelmed tend to undermine themselves, as well as some practical Read More...

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This startup uses sound to reduce stress for hospital patients and clinicians

What we hear and how we feel are more intertwined than you might think. Last week we shared a story about the healing power of music therapy. This week, we bring you a company taking an innovative spin on the same concept. Spatial, a new Bay Area startup, is tapping into this idea by producing Read More...

5 steps towards a less worriso

5 steps towards a less worrisome mindset

Although we know that worrying can hurt your well-being, snapping out of negative thought patterns can be incredibly difficult. That’s because these thought patterns are hardwired in our brains. When we try to stop worrying, what we are doing is confronting our beliefs, values, and emotions. To Read More...