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Our bodies react to stress and anxiety by activating our fight or flight response, which makes our hearts race and can make us feel fearful.
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Breathe and relax
We know how overwhelming and all-consuming stress and anxiety can be.
By taking some time to slow down and be present in the moment, and by using breathing techniques, we can dial down the symptoms of stress and anxiety.
Mindfulness can help us to shift our attention away from any ruminative thoughts about the past or worries about the future, bringing our focus into the present moment.
By doing so, it can help achieve a state of deep relaxation for both the mind and body.
Think of your stress bucket bucket as your total capacity for stress and every stressful thing that you encounter goes into the bucket. Eventually it fills up and may overflow.
In this topic, we will teach you how to manage your bucket to prevent it from overflowing.
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Take a moment this morning to slow down and breathe.
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A guide to focus on your breath