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5 Ways to Decrease Stress During the Holidays
Mayo Clinic
Brooke Werneburg and Jamie Friend, Resiliency Specialists and Certified Wellness Coaches at the Mayo Clinic Healthy Living Program, discuss the practice of gratitude and how it can influence your mindset, increase feelings of connectedness and alter your expectations.

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction
Lee Health
This gratitude meditation has a way of calming fear, anxiety and worry by focusing on one thing for which we are eternally grateful. Coupled with deep breathing this Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) technique serves to help develop more open and positive reactions during times of stress.

What is Mindfulness?
Mayo Clinic
Mindfulness is a buzz word these days. But what does it really mean? Dr. Richa Sood says to pay attention to the here and now. That way, your mind won’t wander or focus on the negative.

The Good and Bad Stress
Lee Memorial Health System
Not all stress is bad. “A lot of people actually don’t know that stress can be good for you. There are two different types of stress. There’s something called U-stress, or your good stress, and distress, basically your bad stress,” explained Dr. Carrion.

The Link Between Stress and Depression
WebMD
Do you feel depressed when you're stressed? This video looks at how one does lead to the other and offers suggestions to cope.

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