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Our bodies can know we're stressed before our minds.  Pay attention to what your body may be saying to you.  http://www.maryannewalkercounseling.com

This diagram illustrates various symptoms of stress to warn individuals when they need to set aside time to rest. By being aware of physical responses to stress, people can do activities to make them more relaxed.

The stages of anxiety from typical to severe and what can help

The stages of anxiety from typical to severe and what can help - I was in the yellow to red for over a year.now I'm on anti anxiety and anti depression meds and I cannot believe I lived in that previous state for so long.

Stress management starts with identifying the sources of stress in your life. Here are some recommendations on how to deal with your daily stress routine. #Stress #LaureateIU

Interesting view on student stress. Stress management starts with identifying the sources of stress in your life. Here are some recommendations on how to deal with your daily stress routine.

Managing stress, anxiety, and other fears can be difficult for any of us, but it doesn't have to. Practice these 7 simple tips to manage stress effectively. Click through to get even more stress management tips.

7 easy tips to manage your anxiety and stress effectively. Click through to learn more simple stress management tips and tricks today.

Stressed Out Students. Relieve your #Stress: http://www.pinterest.com/newdirectionsbh/relieve-your-stress/

Using high school to prepare with college - Are you teaching your kids to cope with stress before they go to college, or are the stressed out all the time in high school already? Infographic: Stressed Out Students

http://www.gurl.com/2014/12/02/how-to-study-infrographs-tips-tricks-get-good-grades/ This site includes many student tips and tricks for stress relief, more effective learning/studying, healthy diets, and even just for taking breaks. These tips can be used to prevent students from overloading, overworking, and over-stressing about any aspect of school.

for seniors, it's the month of graduation, but for the rest of the collegiate classes it's finals time! Here's a handy infographic to help. High school & college/university professors, please take notes.