Stress blog


Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

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  1. May 22, 2014

    Use the 80/20 rule to manage time and reduce stress

    By Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

    Is giving 100 percent in all you do wearing you out? Try taking a different tact with these timely tips.

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  2. May 1, 2014

    Find your inner all-star

    By Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

    How do you deliver your best performance under pressure? Take a tip from the pros.

  3. April 17, 2014

    Disconnect to get more done

    By Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

    As distractions add up, productivity takes a nose dive. When you have an important task, put aside everything else, including your phone, to get it done.

  4. April 10, 2014

    Stay focused by keeping your to-do list in sight

    By Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

    It's not enough to just write a to-do list. To get the most out of your list, you have to keep it handy and keep it up.

  5. March 27, 2014

    How will you spend your 1,440 minutes today?

    By Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

    You can't eliminate stress and you can't add minutes to your day, but you can make smarter choices what is deserving of your time.

  6. March 22, 2014

    Embrace the new season and the opportunities it offers

    By Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

    Take a cue from baseball, let go of the mistakes you made in the past. Focus instead on the opportunities ahead of you.

  7. March 13, 2014

    Tired of feeling hassled? Try these tips

    By Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

    You can better manage stress, and its physical consequences, by having a routine and ignoring the trivial.

  8. February 27, 2014

    Make forgiveness a habit

    By Katherine Zeratsky, R.D., L.D.

    Forgiveness is a choice you make to preserve your own health and well-being.

  9. February 20, 2014

    Concentration and conditioning keep you in the game

    By Edward T. Creagan, M.D.

    Concentration and conditioning are key to success in sports and life.

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  10. February 19, 2014

    The path to mindfulness and gratitude

    By Sheryl M. Ness, R.N.

    Researchers have studied the effects of mindfulness meditation and found that the practice can reduce stress and anxiety which has a positive effect on the mind and body.

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