Managing Stress – Brainsmart – BBC

Managing Stress - Brainsmart - BBC

Brainsmart website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/brainsmart/ Stress is all too natural. But here are some tips for keeping it under control.

Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Stress is ubiquitous and on the rise. How we learn to manage it can have profound effects on our health and well being. This ser…

46 thoughts on “Managing Stress – Brainsmart – BBC

  1. Are you too stressed out before your next job interview? Here you can find
    brilliant short animation how to fight with it!

    Managing Stress – Brainsmart – BBC

  2. This is such a great video – and so relevant to so many situations, I just
    wanted to share this with everyone!

  3. Hey I just wanted to ask, I have a project about Ways to relive stress. I
    want to do a voice over on this video but its not working ? And its due in
    TWO days ?

  4. *Managing stress*

    If your musculoskeletal pain is linked to stressful situations you can add
    this to your management plan 🙂 Quick and easy info, sometimes small
    changes can lead to successful and lasting results.

  5. Life in the Philippines has never been easy. It’s a constant battle with
    the challenging economy and every day is almost like a struggle for many.
    It is no surprise if Filipinos are extremely stressed out. Does this sound
    like you? Check this fun video out from BBC and get some tips on how to
    lower your stress levels!

    Another thing that modern technology has given us to make things easier is
    the privilege of working from home. But don’t be fooled! Online jobs can be
    just as demanding as regular day jobs! Keeping your stress levels at bay is
    important!

    Online Job Site offers plenty of online jobs for Filipinos today. What’s
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  6. Lesson: Bubble wrap is fun and advantageous! So, tell us: How do manage
    your stress after a long day at work?

  7. Good little video to end the week with. Hope you have managed to have some
    stress free patches during the week. Happy Friday. Managing Stress –
    Brainsmart – BBC

  8. A short (2+min) humorous BBC video that captures all the salient ways to
    help manage your stress. Managing Stress – Brainsmart – BBC

  9. I have a lot of exercise everyday,outside with my friends as we tell funny
    jokes,and I am the stressed person I know..

  10. heres my stress: OMG OMG DO I HAVE MY HOMEWORK?? AHHH WHERES MY WORD STUDY
    OMG OMG OMG IS MY MUSIC LESSON AT 9:20 OR 10:10??? AHHHHH WASNT I SUPPOST
    TO BRING THAT BOOK TO SCHOOL? AHHH DID I HAVE A TEST TO GET SIGNED im go
    through this every day

  11. “stress is stressful” well yes. And as for “deep” breathing – it depends –
    breathing fast with the upper chest will not help. Otherwise some good tips
    and funny cartoons 🙂

  12. A great presentation on CBT or in this case CBS, cognitive behavioral
    strategies.

    I use a slightly different style in getting people to identify and change
    irrational and unhelpful patterns in thinking.

    A+ (B) = C . Activating events plus Behavioral Response equals Natural and
    logical Consequences, with Behavioral Response (B) being the product of
    beliefs, thoughts and feelings.

    #Tucson #counseling #CBT #albertellis #depression #stress
    #anxiety 

  13. A great presentation on CBT or in this case CBS, cognitive behavioral
    strategies.

    I use a slightly different style in getting people to identify and change
    irrational and unhelpful patterns in thinking.

    A+ (B) = C . Activating events plus Behavioral Response equals Natural and
    logical Consequences, with Behavioral Response (B) being the product of
    beliefs, thoughts and feelings.

    #CBT #stressmanagement #copingwithdepression 

  14. A great presentation on CBT or in this case CBS, cognitive behavioral
    strategies.

    I use a slightly different style in getting people to identify and change
    irrational and unhelpful patterns in thinking.

    A+ (B) = C . Activating events plus Behavioral Response equals Natural and
    logical Consequences, with Behavioral Response (B) being the product of
    beliefs, thoughts and feelings.

    #CBT #stressmanagement #copingwithdepression 

  15. People who preach CBT have a panacea complex. When you have a hammer,
    everything looks like a nail, when you’re looking for a proscribed set of
    thought patterns, that’s all you see. Sometimes the situation is more
    complicated than that.

  16. Yes, REBT is very good at causing stress. Although, to be completely fair,
    I hear it can have the opposite effect on people who are highly suggestible
    or fantasy-prone. I think there’s a few studies to that effect. It’s sad to
    me that a professional therapy exists that encourages double-think and
    exploits susceptible people to advance it’s dogma. Scientologists and even
    Raelians are much better at this. Maybe you should be talking to them? Let
    me know if this response is more on your level.

  17. Nothing, it’s too bad that REBT in practice doesn’t advocate assessing a
    situation rationally, on paper, with a cost-benefit analysis of different
    options. It’s a very good idea. What’s wrong is using the plot from 1984 as
    a therapeutic strategy. That’s the problem with REBT and CBT. It’s not
    about rationality, it’s about instrumental rationality or “rational
    irrationality” it’s not about epistemic rationality. Big Brother was
    instrumentally rational, that doesn’t make it right or therapeutic.

  18. It is shaming, as is labeling just about everything I’ve said so far as
    either “odd” or “distorted” especially without providing any evidence to
    that effect. If you don’t realize that, and you’re likely just to go on
    making more declarative statements like “REBT is a framework for assessing
    life situations rationally” without any (or very little) experience as to
    how it’s used in practice then, you’re right, this is a waste of out time.
    watch?v=iloTS0wU9qM

  19. Whoah, what is your problem? You seem kind of crazy, with your own agenda
    here. You’re very angry and nothing you have said so far, makes any sense
    at all.

  20. CB Therapists inflict much stress upon people by insisting that anything
    that may be a perfect lens for realty is distorted, because, of course,
    they have a couple social science degrees and their cookie-cutter approach
    to mental health can’t be wrong. If you’re the kind of person that can
    resolve conflicts between instrumental rationality and systemic rationality
    by some how making yourself believe in the instrumental answer, we’re not
    the same species.

  21. Shaming me, rather than even making an attempt, is basically a
    self-fulfilling prophecy. I’m pretty sure a few things are true about you
    (1) you’ve spent comparatively little, if any, time in a CB therapist’s
    office (and probably not more than one), (2) you otherwise think of
    yourself of a rational person and feel aligned to CBT/REBT because of that,
    (3) you’re fairly liberal, educated and don’t have a history of “serious
    mental illness” (4) you don’t know, or completely reject, Thomas Szasz.

  22. One advice: before you quit a job, make sure you find a better one,
    otherwise you might end up in serious financial stress.

  23. As we age we face a double whammy so to speak. Glutathione levels begin to
    drop each year after we are about 20 years old. Causing oxidative stress
    levels to run rampant, so we lose our bodies master antioxidant as we need
    it most. This makes it extremely important to supplement levels of Acetyl
    Glutathione and NAC in order to maintain health as we age.

  24. Why don’t we just not discuss anything ever again and then we can never
    disagree about anything? You can accuse me of making straw man arguments,
    but I haven’t misrepresented your views or experience, I’d just invited you
    to discuss them and you’ve ignored me. I have, however, been speaking from
    my experience and research, that you conveniently say is irrelevant, odd,
    distorted, etc. Sorry, sometimes you need to use concepts outside of a
    video, even if it’s a very long one, to criticize it.

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