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Effective Stress Management Techniques for the November 2008 Nursing Board Examination

I know, I know. The November 2008 Nursing Board Exam is just more than two weeks away. And the thing is, just when you need to intensify your review, you are feeling all these stress-related symptoms like increased frustration, mood changes, and decreased concentration, right?

And judging from the messages you left at Ward Class' shoutbox, I know that you sometimes get the feeling that you haven't covered the most important nursing topics yet or that you are experiencing a high level of anxiety and so in order to make you relax and calm yourselves as the November 2008 Nursing Board Examination date draws near, I'm pleased to announce that Pinoy R.N. recently published an article on Effective Stress Management Techniques. This article is a follow-up on How to Study Effectively which was published in the same blog sometime in October.

On a side note, if you have a couple of stress-busting tips up your sleeve, do share it with our readers here at Ward Class by dropping me a line or two in the comments section. I'd love the interaction.

2 comments:

  1. James Thomas said...
     

    Nurses... as a fellow care-provider, let me spread the word for...

    SELF-CARE!

    Take stress management seriously... learn good coping habits now, and they will serve you well throughout your career!

    There are numerous informative videos on stress management at my blog... check them out for more info....

    All the best,

    -James T.

  2. Destress Yourself said...
     

    The most important tip for that kind of stress and pressure is to learn how to relax yourself with a technique. Take a couple deep breathes and just feel yourself calm down. Maybe tune into your breathing or your heart beat so that you can quiet your mind. Practice makes perfect and you will see that anxiety diminish. GOOG LUCK!

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