The seasons change and so do we. Superficially, it may not appear as if we're undergoing perpetual metamorphosis, but we are. Just as trees replace their leaves and birds shed their feathers, we t ...View Article
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Reduce Stress - Yes, It's Possible
Leave job stress at the office. A study suggests that stress at work may be even more detrimental to your personal relationships than work exhaustion, and chronic stress may increase your risk of heart disease.
Hang with your buds. Close personal relationships can help reduce stress and slow aging (managing your stress level can save you up to 2.4 years).
Before you head home at the end of the day, take a few minutes to practice a stress-management technique, such as meditation or deep breathing. Take the scenic route home. Research suggests that viewing natural scenery helps reduce stress and promote a healthy work-life balance.