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Nurse bloggers: 6 ways blogging can help nurses reduce stress
 

Nurse bloggers: 6 ways blogging can help nurses reduce stress

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Stress and anxiety are part and parcel of a nurse’s everyday life, so it is important to find ways to relieve your frustrations. Here’s how blogging can help nurses de-stress.
 
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15 Sep 2016 - General
 
I've been blogging since 2004. I stopped when things got too hectic in Dentistry School, but I opened "The Drama Queen Can Tell Stories" in 2008 and its been my personal space in the web, since. I love writing. It is a perfect outlet and breathing space for me. In my younger years, I used to write poetry and then I moved on to personal diary entries and I have stacks on notebooks tucked in boxes. Blogging (writing) is important to me. I stopped for a year in a half in 2013 and ever...
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I used to run a personal blog when I was a medical student. Its like a personal diary that can be viewed by a few close friends who are also into writing. (Blogging was actually not yet an in-thing then). I agree that it relieves stress and its also an avenue for creativity because you have to layout a blog and design how it looks. For those people who are "too busy" to keep a blog and would like to keep one, there are plenty of phone apps that enables one to post blog entries while us...
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Jemelyn Mae Sodusta You are right that there is stress around every corner and everybody has their own ways of coping with stress. The problem is that there are often times when people feeling stressed can't figure out what they can do to solve their problems. Increasing awareness on how people can release stress and giving them more options can hopefully help them explore more options when they need an avenu...
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Just days ago, me and my friend talked about this non ending topic "Stress". Lol. No wonder why there is an increase number of stressed nurses. Stress is everyones problem and each of us has our unique ways of coping. Just like in this article it is stating that blogging can make you release you thoughts, insights, and experience with in that day. You can freely express the things you wanted to express. You have also the freedom to share through your blog about a rare disease that you...
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Working in healthcare sector is always challenging, as it is associated with heavy work-load, prolong working hours, and stressful environment. Hence, it is not a surprise to see that 1 in 3 nurses suffered from burnout, from the survey done in Singapore 2014. There are a variety of way to cope with those stress from work, like blogging as per suggested in this article, regular exercise, reading, travelling, playing sport, watching movie, and etc. It seems like regular blogging is 1 of the great...
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