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Easing stress in anxious times

In times of heightened tension, what can we do to keep calm? Some psychologists suggest we focus on the following essentials: our sleep, our eating, our connections to others, and our sense of purpose. Sleep and diet can aid our immune system and our emotional wellbeing. And though we may be physically distant from others, phone calls and video chats can go a long way. Celeste Headlee, author of Do Nothing, suggests that taking breaks for true leisure and setting time aside to do nothing productive is in fact crucial for our well-being.

Watch the conversation with Celeste Headlee from the Linkedin Editors page.


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