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Times have become stressful, but there are different techniques to relieve stress. Here on HealthMeUp.com are articles on what is stress, causes of stress, treatment and solutions to relieve stress. We give you tips to relieve stress for work and personal life. It is important to relieve stress as it can lead to different health problems. Here on HealthMeUp.com read all about stress management, definition of stress management, causes of stress, stress management tips, stress management techniques, and tips to prevent stress and methods to overcome stress, stress disorders, signs of different disorders, stress disorder treatments, and ways to prevent stress disorders.

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iDiva - 10/20/2014 15:49:24

Bonding with the Family This Diwali

Bonding with the Family This Diwali For some, the festive season is as exciting as it gets while for others, it is stressful having to organise gifts and envelopes for everyone, from the watchman to the helper to each child. Then there are the rituals and treats, the cleaning and shopping, and all that added expense! Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/16/2014 07:30:00

3 Stress-Busting Stretches

3 Stress-Busting Stretches If stress and anxiety are bringing you down, taking a break to try some simple stretches can do wonders to get rid of the tension in your mind and body. Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 10/09/2014 01:00:00

Recipes: Marzipan Mithai as Awesome Festive Treats

Recipes: Marzipan Mithai as Awesome Festive Treats The festive season has begun and with the continuous line-up of festivities, we bring you a recipe that’ll stand out amidst all the traditional, calorie-high indulgences. The bonus is that this one’s super quick to prepare. For all those working women who have been stressing over elaborate... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/04/2014 11:00:00

How Fitness Affects Mental Health

About Mental Health: How Fitness Affects Mental Health Mental health is just as important as physical fitness. The World Health Organization estimates that, globally, 154 million people suffer from depression and mental health illnesses. Exercise has long been described as a natural ‘high’. This is because undertaking some activity can make a huge... Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 10/02/2014 07:30:00

Why Stress Sets Off a Worse Response in Obese People

Why Stress Sets Off a Worse Response in Obese People A recent study suggests that chronic emotional stress prompts a stronger and specific biochemical reaction in overweight and obese people. This increases the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 10/01/2014 16:42:52

5 Songs to Hum Your Stress Away [The Playlist]

5 Songs to Hum Your Stress Away [The Playlist] Having a tough day at work or life just won't give you a break? Well it happens quite often in our lives when all we want to do is throw in the towel and take a break. We think you just need to take a music break. Get these on your playlist and rejuvenate your mood. Have a look - these songs will... Continue Reading »

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iDiva - 10/01/2014 11:13:54

Boost Your Child's Immunity with Yoga

Boost Your Child's Immunity with Yoga Health and fitness for children is as important as it is for adults. The right exercises can help kids beat peer pressure stress and help prevent illness, lethargy and fatigue. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/30/2014 11:00:00

4 Unexpected Disorders That Yoga Can Treat

4 Unexpected Disorders That Yoga Can Treat The mind-body benefits of yoga, like flexibility, reduced stress and anxiety, and muscle toning are commonly-known, but yoga can also treat more serious health conditions. Here are four disorders you didn't know yoga could treat. Continue Reading »

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healthmeup - 09/30/2014 07:00:00

Oxytocin: What You Didn’t Know About the Love Hormone

Oxytocin: What You Didn’t Know About the Love Hormone Oxytocin is a calm-inducing brain chemical secreted by the pituitary gland that does a lot more than strengthen romantic relationships. Research suggests that oxytocin can trigger a range of physiological and psychological effects in us. Oxytocin, which goes by other names like “cuddle hormone”... Continue Reading »

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