Stress can arise for a variety of reasons like when there is a sudden accident, death, a serious illness or disease. Stress can also araise from daily life. It’s hard to stay calm and relaxed in our hectic lives. Both short and long-term stress can have effects on your body and a siuation comes when you feel you can handle no more. In this situation stress leads to insomnia, headaches, constipation, irritability, lack of energy and concentration, anger, tension etc. Any change in our lives can be stressful, even like having a baby or taking a new job.
The benefits of strength training for women should not be underestimated. Although large muscles tend not to be one of the acquisitions women get from weight training, increased strength, balance and bone density are. “Strong Women Stay Slim” was a best selling book for Miriam Nelson because she was one of the first authorities to make weight training a contemporary issue for women with promises of fat loss, strength increases and bone density benefits as a buffer against the onset of osteoporosis and other age and lifestyle related afflictions.
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– Keep your desk and your files organized to avoid wasting time shuffling through piles of paper.
– Go through your inbox at the beginning of each work day. Either throw away, file or follow up on each item.
– Prioritize a list of the tasks you need to accomplish that day.
– Delegate tasks to co-workers and assistants if possible.