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How to handle stress at work
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Nicole J. LeBlanc, MA, Contributor
Luana Marques, PhD, Contributor
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Stress at work (or in any other context for that matter) can tax our body, mind and overall well-being in many ways. I truly believe that meditation and mindfulness can radically reduce stress and anxiety. I am passionate about this topic and I have dedicated a lot of time on the subject of meditation during commute. After all, most people who commute to and from work, spend a considerable amount of prime time on public transport. Time that can be used to improve the quality of our life, not only professionally. For me, meditating on the London Underground on my way to work (and back) has been a life changing habit.
Here is my experience:
I hope this can be useful for the readers.
All the very best
This is a very useful and important article that inspires us to adopt the process of Mindfulness, meditation and Yoga in life to overcome physical and mental stress in today’s stressed society. Your heartfelt thanks for this excellent article.
Here is also a great article on how to out-perform under work pressure
Super easy 5 ways :https://www.gameplan-a.com/2019/04/5-ways-you-can-out-perform-under-work-pressure/?section=main
I have to stress that mindfulness is 100% a key and powerful tool for stress management, and I would generally do not object to the use of technological aids such as apps, however I would not put all my hopes on using apps for meditation and mindfulness.
It could surly be the “gateway” for more advanced Technics and understanding but not an alternative.
Oh..is this to handle the stress I’m so flattered to read this article I didn’t get this type of content yet I’m so glad to read this article…
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