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Stress Management For Nurses

It is no surprise that prolonged stress damages the body.  Yet many nurses are dealing with unchecked chronic stress for years or even decades.  Still, the passion that many nurses have for helping others drives them to continue forward in their nursing careers.  But who is helping nurses? Read more about simple ways nurses can manage stress so they can continue living a happy and healthy career in nursing…

Nurse Burnout: How Hospital Administration Can Help

Hospital administration can help prevent and better manage nurse burnout. Here are a few ideas that hospitals should consider to help nurses take better care of themselves so they can continue to give excellent care to their patients…

7 Ways To Beat Nurse Burnout

Are you a nurse who feels exhausted, anxious, or dreads going to work? If so, you too may be experiencing burnout. Here are 7 tips to beat nurse burnout that can help you overcome this chronic, stressful state and learn to thrive again…

8 Ways Nurses Can Stay Healthy

Nurses NEED to put themselves first so they have the stamina and good health to care for their patients and families.  This is non-negotiable. When nurses make their own well being a priority our families get a better version of us, we have the energy and stamina to keep up with heavy patient workloads, and we have better relationships with our spouses and friends. Most of all, healthy nurses are happier…

Why Nurses Need To Practice Yoga: Self Care For The Caregiver

Nursing is a challenging career. In addition to physical problems such as chronic back pain, being a nurse can contribute to additional issues like burnout, compassion fatigue, chronic stress or even depression. Nurses need to make self care a priority. One way to do that is by developing a regular yoga practice. Read more to learn what the research says about the benefits of having a yoga practice…