Relaxation: Mindfulness, Meditation, Breathing, Stress Management

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General Stress Management

 

 

 


Apps:

 

Relax Lite: Stress Relief 
relaxlite app iconAndroid: Free 
IOS: Free
The basic lite version of the app provides a visual and simple breathing tool that is customizable along with an 8 minute guided audio meditation. Additional content requires a purchase.
Languages: English, French, Chinese. To change the app’s language, either change your device language or go to the app’s settings by pressing the gear icon on the app screen.


Articles/Fact Sheets:

 

UC Davis Stress Reduction
Information about stress, its symptoms, and what individuals can do to help reduce/manage their stress. Includes links to UC Davis resources.

Address Your Stress for a Healthier Life (also Español | MP3 )
This article gives suggestions about how to manage stress in a healthier ways.

8 Tips to Help You Become More Resilient
In this article, Meg Jay, who is a clinical psychologist, shares a list of ways to successfully cope with Life's challenges.


Videos:
 

Stress PSA for students
A video for UC Davis students about stress. Video includes a few basic coping skills to help manage stress. Created by UC Davis Student Health and Counseling Services.

How to Make Stress Your Friend (Video | Audio)
Psychologist Kelly McGonigal discusses ways to increase resilience to stress through thinking and behavior.

Transcripts Available: Indonesian, Bosnian, Catalan, Montenegrin, Danish, German, English, Spanish, French, Galician, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Hungarian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese (Brazilian, Portugal), Romanian, Albanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Finnish, Swedish, Vietnamese, Turkish, Czech, Greek, Belarusian, Mongolian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Marathi, Hindi, Thai, Georgian, Chinese (Simplified, Yue, Traditional), Japanese, Korean

How to Relax - 8 Relaxation Tips for Your Mental Health
A video of 8 simple relaxation tips created by Mind, the Mental Health Charity.
 
Using Dr. Carol Dweck’s research and findings, Trevor Ragan explores the value of a mindset based on the belief that skills and intelligence can be developed through individual effort. This approach to life increases problem-solving, performance, and achievement.
 
 

Websites:

 

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