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Job Losses Carry High 'Stress Tag'
Date:2/12/2009

isolate yourself. Continue to socialize. Look for volunteer opportunities, recommends Michael McKee, a psychologist at the Center for Integrative Medicine at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio.
  • Exercise regularly and eat well to keep yourself healthy and to help stave off depression.
  • If you find that you just can't shake that anxious feeling, McKee says to practice some sort of relaxation, such as prayer, meditation or yoga. Try to change your thinking by writing down three positive affirmations every day. He said this helps you realize what your best qualities are, and helps to re-channel your thoughts in a more positive way.
  • If you find that you just can't look for a job anymore, or if people are telling you that you're irritable or angry all the time, or if you're withdrawing from people and activities you once enjoyed, or you're turning to alcohol or other substances to feel better, seek professional help.


  • SOURCES: Michael McKee, Ph.D., psychologist and stress expert, Center for Integrative Medicine, Cleveland Clinic, Ohio; Carole Lieberman, M.D., psychiatrist and stress expert, University of California, Los Angeles, Neuropsychiatric Institute; Jeff Brantley, M.D., director, mindfulness-based stress reduction program, Duke Integrative Medicine, Durham, N.C.


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