Do you work long hours and put yourself under constant pressure? Do you feel like despite being constantly on the go, you never achieve anything? If so, then you may be suffering from burnout.
Stress is a fact of life so it’s important to learn techniques to help you keep you feeling cool, calm and on top of your day.
Essential oils have been used for centuries for their distinct aromas and healing properties. They were used in ancient Egypt to embalm the dead and even played a part in treating wounded soldiers in World War II.
Anxiety and stress affect everybody from time to time, and everybody copes with them differently. There are many ways to deal with anxiety and stress, but perhaps the best way is to reduce the likelihood of becoming stressed in the first place.
Meditation is often credited as one of the most effective relaxation techniques out there. It is a fantastic way to relax both your body and your mind and reduce the stresses of daily life.
With today’s hectic lifestyle and work life pressure, it’s never been more important to take a break and time for yourself. Vacations allow you to relax and do the things you love with family or friends, while leaving the hassles of the daily grind at home. However, it's no secret that preparing for a holiday can be stressful in itself! RESCUE®* has teamed up with The Stress Management Society to offer 5 tips to avoid vacation anxiety and enjoy your travels, wherever you may go.
Do you ever feel like there simply aren't enough hours in the day? You are not alone! We have all been in a situation where we feel like we have too much to do and too little time. This kind of hectic lifestyle can lead to stress and anxiety and over time may begin to impact your health. Good time management can help you to stay on top of your tasks effectively while leaving you free to relax and unwind at the end of a busy day.
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* Claims based on traditional homeopathic practice, not accepted medical evidence. Not FDA evaluated.