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Daily Habits for Stress Relief

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Catherine Wikholm, Level 4
Catherine Wikholm
In order to make long-term change, we need to commit to daily practices that will allow us to clear our minds, feel more in control, and adopt a more positive, capable outlook. Changing our patterns of behavior can feel challenging at first but there are a few ways you can make it easier. In this session, Dr. Catherine will discuss how we can better manage stress long-term by learning to become more decisive, streamlining our schedules, decluttering our environments and becoming more focused on our physical health and wellbeing. The session will conclude with a guided 'Peaceful Place' visualization that you can practice whenever you start to feel anxious or tense.


In this video you will learn:

How To Be More Decisive
De-Cluttering Your Space
The Importance of Regular Exercise
The Importance of Sleep and Nutrition
Guided Visualization - Peaceful Place

In order to sustain LONG-TERM STRESS MANAGEMENT, commit to daily practices that will allow you to clear your mind, regain control, and adopt a positive, confident mindset.

Changing patterns of behavior can feel challenging at first, but there are a few ways you can make it easier:

First, learn to BE MORE DECISIVE.

When you’re are stressed, it can be hard to make decisions. Feeling indecisive can increase stress levels. Have you noticed how much better you feel when you make a decision, even a difficult one? When you make a decision, your brain feels like you are in control and you feel less stressed.

The trick is to not sweat the small stuff and save your energy for those big life changing decisions and productive thoughts.


Sometimes, less is more. Minimize stress in your life by eliminating things that don’t add benefit to your life. Start by decluttering your home or your desk at work.

Research has found that when an environment is cluttered it causes a distraction. This distraction restricts your ability to focus and limits your brain's ability to process information.

Finally, make time to take care of our PHYSICAL HEALTH. Eat a balanced, healthy diet, exercise regularly, and get 8 hours of sleep per night.

Daily Habits for Stress Relief
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