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Stress Management Techniques: How to reduce & relieve

 Stress management techniques include Practice deep, diaphragmatic breathing to trigger the relaxation response, calming your nervous system and reducing stress hormones. Engage in physical activity to release endorphins, the body's natural stress relievers, and promote overall well-being. Incorporate mindfulness techniques, such as meditation and mindful breathing, to stay present and alleviate the mental burdens of stress. Organize tasks, prioritize responsibilities, and set realistic goals to prevent feelings of overwhelm and reduce stress associated with a hectic schedule. Maintain a balanced diet, ensure adequate sleep, and limit caffeine and alcohol intake to support your body's resilience against stressors. Counter negative thoughts with positive affirmations, promoting a more optimistic mindset and reducing the impact of stressors on your mental well-being. Incorporate practices such as progressive muscle relaxation or guided imagery to relax the body and mind, easing tension and stress.

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Dr. Rakhee Moreshwar Tirpude

Associate Professor, NKPSIMS, Nagpur.

Health & Wellness Advocate , Disease Management Mentor and also Associate Professor, Dr. Rakhee Moreshwar Tirpude with us. Dr. Rakhee is currently working as Associate Professor (Medical Physiology) NKP Salve Institute Of Medical Science & Research. With over 15+ years of her teaching experience she has keen interest in visual science, diabetes & neurophysiology and 8 publications in my credit and also guiding UG students.

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  • 6th-December-2023, TIME : 04:00PM - 05:00PM
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 Stress management techniques include Practice deep, diaphragmatic breathing to trigger the relaxation response, calming your nervous system and reducing stress hormones. Engage in physical activity to release endorphins, the body's natural stress relievers, and promote overall well-being. Incorporate mindfulness techniques, such as meditation and mindful breathing, to stay present and alleviate the mental burdens of stress. Organize tasks, prioritize responsibilities, and set realistic goals to prevent feelings of overwhelm and reduce stress associated with a hectic schedule. Maintain a balanced diet, ensure adequate sleep, and limit caffeine and alcohol intake to support your body's resilience against stressors. Counter negative thoughts with positive affirmations, promoting a more optimistic mindset and reducing the impact of stressors on your mental well-being. Incorporate practices such as progressive muscle relaxation or guided imagery to relax the body and mind, easing tension and stress.

webinar
Dr. Rakhee Moreshwar Tirpude
  • 6th-December-2023, TIME : 04:00PM - 05:00PM
  • 0

 Stress management techniques include Practice deep, diaphragmatic breathing to trigger the relaxation response, calming your nervous system and reducing stress hormones. Engage in physical activity to release endorphins, the body's natural stress relievers, and promote overall well-being. Incorporate mindfulness techniques, such as meditation and mindful breathing, to stay present and alleviate the mental burdens of stress. Organize tasks, prioritize responsibilities, and set realistic goals to prevent feelings of overwhelm and reduce stress associated with a hectic schedule. Maintain a balanced diet, ensure adequate sleep, and limit caffeine and alcohol intake to support your body's resilience against stressors. Counter negative thoughts with positive affirmations, promoting a more optimistic mindset and reducing the impact of stressors on your mental well-being. Incorporate practices such as progressive muscle relaxation or guided imagery to relax the body and mind, easing tension and stress.