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PSYCHOLOGISTS WARN AGAINST BELIEVING TIKTOK VIDEOS ON HOW TO SELF-DIAGNOSE MENTAL DISORDERSAnother M.O. from DBT, Romanoff breaks "TIP" down: "Tipping the temperature of your face with cold water; Intense aerobic exercise; Paced breathing, and Paired muscle relaxation," she says, noting that each of these techniques has the effect of quickly changing your biological response pattern to stress. Try to take a walk each day, even if it is only for 15 minutes, and you'll be less stressed over time." PEOPLE ARE TURNING TO HORSE THERAPY TO IMPROVE MENTAL HEALTH DURING THE PANDEMICThe pandemic has completely upended the way we socialize, and millions of Americans are grappling with feelings of isolation. "When we are kind to others they typically are kind back to us, a positive boomerang effect, that then can lower stress, anxiety, depression, for all of us."CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR OUR LIFESTYLE NEWSLETTER "The most efficient way to reduce stress is to begin engaging in stress reduction techniques as soon as you become aware that you are experiencing stress," states Lin Sternlicht, a therapist and co-founder of Family Addiction Specialist, based in New York City. As Sternlicht also notes, pay attention to physiological cues you may have when you encounter a trigger, like muscle tightening or increased heart rate.If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s to keep our daily, mundane problems in perspective."Too often we are stressed by the little things, daily hassles, making mountains out of molehills," says Plante. "An important technique to stop the stress response is to ground yourself in the present moment. Stress is often triggered by experiences that are not occurring in the moment, often stemming from past or future events and mind wandering," says Sternlicht. As such, a helpful tool is to let them out and release them…  You may want to write down things that are stressing you out and why they are stressing you out," shares Lin Sternlicht, a therapist and co-founder of Family Addiction Specialist. It’s a great technique to stop the ‘wandering mind’ from dwelling on unhelpful, stressful thoughts."Another strategy of Sternlicht’s, this freeing act can be done whenever you’re worried about something.

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