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GOVT JOB Preparation

We provides one-on-one tutoring for nurses. We also offer interactive and a two way communication for the students to learn the things more efficiently and effectively

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We provides one-on-one tutoring for nurses. We also offer interactive and a two way communication for the students to learn the things more efficiently and effectively

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    How to Relieve Stress



    ASHISH KUMAR SHARMA (I.M.T&N.E.)


    A.Talk to others

    Share about your feelings and concerns with , family , friend, work colleague, mental health professional. When you are feeling stressed, talking can provide a release and a fresh perspective


    B. Participant in ur hobby

    Either it is as simple or planting flowers in a window box or as ambitious as woodworking, a hobby or activity that you truly enjoy can go a long way towards dialing down stress. You know it is important to make time for yourself, so start today


    C. Do exercise

    Exercise providing a number of health benefits for thousands of years. Studies show that exercise that uses body postures and deep breathing – can help people recover from stressful situations. Talk to your doctor before beginning any exercise program.


    4. Do ur work calmly

    Breathing exercises can help relieve stress. Inhale slowly through your nose then exhale slowly out your mouth as you say a relaxing word (like ca-a-a-lm). Pause, and then repeat this deep breathing for up to 15 breaths.


    5. Learn to say, “No”

    We live in a society where many people feel the need to "do it all." Sure, it is important to do your best, but continually over-promising at work (even if you love your job) or over-committing in your social life (even doing things you enjoy) can cause stress.


    6. Turn off your cell phone

    Do you feel the need to be "connected" at all times – day and night? If so, you should know that just 10 minutes of "me time" each day can refresh your mental outlook and slow down your body stress response


    7. Take nutrient diet

    A nutrition diet can help reduce stress. at least two servings of fruit and three of vegetables per day. One banana, for instance, is loaded with vitamin B6 to help the body create mood-boosting serotonin.

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