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Expert Advice on Finding and Eliminating the Source of Your Stress

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Expert Advice on Finding and Eliminating the Source of Your Stress

Can you easily identify the source of your stress? Although it may seem like your job or children are the reason you want to pull out your hair, Dr. Nina Radcliff reveals that the source of your stress is not always easy to see. She shares her tips for finding out the real reason you are stressed to the maximum limit.

Dr. Radcliff mentions that chronic stress can have a huge impact on your health, so it is important to identify the sources and fix the problems. She points out that it can lead to headaches, cardiovascular problems, depression, memory issues and other problems. Stress can also affect your relationships and job performance.

Dr. Radcliff makes it clear that stress can come in multiple forms, and even the little things can build up to chronic levels over time. For example, you may be annoyed by your partner’s snoring and constant interruption of your sleep. This minor annoyance adds to your stress levels and can hurt your health.

How can you identify the source of your stress? It is important to focus on the daily occurrences that annoy and frustrate you. Driving is a major problem, and the traffic jams you experience on the way to work can be a hidden source of chronic stress. In addition, technology can be a common but hidden source of stress. Do you get upset each time a page loads slowly on your computer, or an app does not work on your smartphone?

It is crucial to identify the hidden sources of stress in your life because you want to work on eliminating or changing them. One of the simplest methods to dealing with stress is to change how you react. Instead of threatening to throw your smartphone in the trash or yelling at a slow driver, you can modify your response and practice calmness.

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  1. 1
    Melissa Storms

    When I have a stressful situation going on in my life every little annoyance seems amplified. It is important to recognize and deal with the actual issue that is causing stress. Even if it is a situation you can’t change addressing your feelings about it helps a lot.

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    Kathleen Kelly

    I found the source of my stress, work. So because I was disabled I had to retire and there went the stress. Thanks for sharing!

  3. 3

    Stress is a killer. I could definitely use a little less of it in my life!

  4. 4
    Lisa Ogle

    I know I need to practice calmness and work on eliminating what is stressing me out.

  5. 5
    Lynne B

    I guess there’s a difference between stress and frustration. You mentioned traffic and I tend to talk out loud when I’m frustrated but it doesn’t last past the outburst.

    1. 5.1

      Yes Lynne – frustration is in the minute or current time and it leads to stress which is held in the body.

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    Lynne B

    I guess I do indulge in mini-road rage when I’m driving. It’s more like I talk to myself and then it’s over.

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