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Stress Management Workbooks
How Stress Effects Your Brain
Websites for Stress Management
The American Institute of Stress
The American Institute of Stress is a nonprofit organization that provides information and resources about various causes and symptoms of stress, as well as materials for stress solutions and treatment. Site visitors can participate in online forums, watch lectures on stress and stress management, and explore academic publications related to stress research. Free site registration enables you to interact with others on the site and use the forums. Health care professionals can seek certification from AIS to indicate their expertise in the field of stress and stress relief.
The Foundation for Wellbeing
The Foundation for Well Being promotes relaxation and peace of mind through articles and informative slideshows. If you are a teacher, parent, or caregiver, or if you learn best with visual aids, the Foundation for Well Being slideshows are a great way to learn and share information. Hidden gems throughout the site include information about de-cluttering your living space and improving feng shui, a collection of inspirational quotes about happiness, and a series of GIFs depicting rotating shapes (meant to calm nerves).
Calm is a website that allows you to take a few minutes and meditate. Choose between 29 different settings such as Foggy Stream, Mountain Lake, Sunset Beach, and Summer Meadow. It’s a great way to take a little break from reality.
Soundrown allows you to customize your own background sounds to help you concentrate. Instead of getting distracted by music or silence, Soundrown creates authentic sounds to help you concentrate.
How Stress Affects Your Body
Books on Stress Management
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