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Research of May 2022

Patricia Cruz



Here is a list of all academic peer-reviewed articles, reports and other papers published in May 2022 about journalism research. The bolded titles have JRN articles written about the studies.


Published Title Author(s) Journal / publisher
2022-05-01 The Rise of the Brazilian Fact-checking Movement: Between Economic Sustainability and Editorial Independence Thales Lelo Journalism Studies
2022-05-02 Community Media Coverage of Gender Issues: Struggles and Successes in Rural India Annapurna Sinha
Journal of Communication Inquiry
2022-05-03 The Journalist and the Manipulator: Walter Lippmann, Karl Mannheim, and the Case for a “New Objectivity” to Check Demagoguery Ronald P. Seyb American Journalism
2022-05-03 The politics of international broadcasters: A comparison between Indonesia and Australia Masduki
International Communication Gazette
2022-05-03 Philosemitism in contemporary German media Irit Dekel
Media, Culture & Society
2022-05-03 Understanding the effects of social news use on citizen participation among young Singaporean adults: A communication mediation model approach Winston Jin Song Teo Communication Research and Practice
2022-05-03 The “major mea culpa:” Journalistic Discursive Techniques When Professional Norms are Broken Erica Salkin &Kevin Grieves Journalism Studies
2022-05-03 Political Misinformation and Factual Corrections on the Facebook News Feed: Experimental Evidence Ethan Porter, Thomas J. Wood The Journal of Politics
2022-05-03 Covid-19 and Race: News Coverage of Structural Racism and the Role of John Henryism and Racial Weathering in Bame Covid-19 Deaths Tina Sikka
Javnost – The Public
2022-05-04 Why people don’t pay for news: A qualitative study Tim Groot Kormelink
2022-05-04 Performing the disaster genre? TV journalism, disruptive factors and community challenges in the reporting of the UK Grenfell Tower block fire Julian Matthews
2022-05-04 “Must know Photoshop”: proprietary skills and media jobs in Australia Sarah Keith, Stephen Collins
Media International Australia
2022-05-04 “Must know Photoshop”: proprietary skills and media jobs in Australia Sarah Keith, Stephen Collins
Media International Australia
2022-05-04 Unruly female spectators at the Melbourne Cup in Australia: media discourses about women and alcohol consumption Tania McHendrie, Carole Zufferey, Snjezana Bilic & Cassandra Loeser Feminist Media Studies
2022-05-04 Performing the disaster genre? TV journalism, disruptive factors and community challenges in the reporting of the UK Grenfell Tower block fire Julian Matthews
2022-05-05 Stay Strong, Get Perspective, or Give Up: Role Negotiation in Small-Scale Investigative Journalism Pauline Cancela & Annik Dubied Journalism Studies
2022-05-06 A Vicious Cycle? Threat of Terror, Perceived Media Bias, and Support for Surveillance Policies Ruta Kaskeleviciute & Jörg Matthes Mass Communication and Society
2022-05-06 Pixel politics and satellite interpretation in the Syrian war Fiona A Greenland
Media, Culture & Society
2022-05-07 Journey to the stars program: the gendered and generational governance of professionalization on Wattpad Anthony Twarog Critical Studies in Media Communication
2022-05-09 Researching Experience in Journalism: Theory, Method, and Creative Practice Cristina Archetti Journalism Studies
2022-05-09 Understanding of Majority Opinion Formation in Online Environments Through Statistical Analysis of News, Documentary, and Comedy YouTube Channels Taehyun Ha
Social Science Computer Review
2022-05-09 How to Increase News Literate Behaviors Via Interventions: Eight Guidelines by Early Adolescents S. L. Tamboer, S. Daalmans, I. Molenaar, T. Bosse, M. Kleemans
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator
2022-05-09 Guide de visionnement critique des médias, tome 1: par la réflexion individuelle et en groupe François-René Lord Canadian Journal of Communication
2022-05-09 On Black Canadian Media Studies: A Conversation with Cheryl Thompson Cheryl Thompson,
Chris Russill
Canadian Journal of Communication
2022-05-09 Ontario’s Right-Wing Populism “Will Cost You”: A Propaganda Analysis of Ford’s Sticker Act and Canadian Journalism’s Response Sydney L. Forde Canadian Journal of Communication
2022-05-09 Deciphering the Decline: A Computational Analysis of Two Decades of Canadian Newspaper Op-Eds on Freedom of Information Alex Luscombe, Kevin Walby Canadian Journal of Communication
2022-05-10 Joining the Dots: The Literacies of Multimodal Longform Journalism Andrew Duffy Digital Journalism
2022-05-10 The blurring line between freelance journalists and self-employed media workers Beate Josephi, Penny O’Donnell
2022-05-10 The blurring line between freelance journalists and self-employed media workers Beate Josephi, Penny O’Donnell
2022-05-11 The blind spots of measuring online news exposure: a comparison of self-reported and observational data in nine countries Sandra González-Bailón & Michael A. Xenos Information, Communication & Society
2022-05-11 The invention of Chinese “media tradition”: Mediatization of festival tradition and family cultural reproduction in contemporary China Zhuoxiao Xie
Global Media and China
2022-05-11 Exploring “ideological correction” in digital news updates of Portland protests & police violence Sydney L Forde, Robert E Gutsche, Jr, Juliet Pinto
2022-05-11 Seeing red: Reading uncivil news comments guided by personality characteristics Arthur D. Santana, Toby Hopp
Newspaper Research Journal
2022-05-11 How fact-checkers delimit their scope of practices and use sources: Comparing professional and partisan practitioners Nathan L.T. Tsang, Mengzhe Feng, Francis L.F. Lee
2022-05-11 Introduction: media and fakery Wyatt Moss-Wellington, Celia Lam & Filippo Gilardi Continuum
2022-05-13 Selective Control: The Political Economy of Censorship Cristina Corduneanu-Huci & Alexander Hamilton Political Communication
2022-05-13 Editorial Journalism and Environmental Issues in the Majority World Shafiq Ahmad Kamboh, Muhammad Ittefaq, Muhammad Yousaf International Journal of Communication
2022-05-13 An interreality study of race and homicide news coverage in Baton Rouge, Louisiana Tim V Klein, Quincy Hodges
Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal
2022-05-13 Extracting Primary Emotions and Topics from the Al-Hayat Media Centre Magazine Publications, Using Topic Modelling and Lexicon-Based Approaches Konstantinos E. Maragkos, Petros E. Maravelakis
Social Science Computer Review
2022-05-13 The domestication of “the Arab Spring”: A comparison of news framing in the United States and South Korea Jae Sik Ha
Newspaper Research Journal
2022-05-13 ‘Abba Kyari did not die of Coronavirus’: Social media and fake news during a global pandemic in Nigeria Temple Uwalaka
Media International Australia
2022-05-13 Local News on Facebook: How Television Broadcasters use Facebook to Enhance Social Media News Engagement Miao Guo &Fu-Shing Sun Journalism Practice
2022-05-13 All the News that’s Fit to Watch: How the New York Times Uses Video on Facebook Jeremy Saks & Pamela E. Walck Journalism Practice
2022-05-13 How Can the Private Media Be Strengthened to Investigate and Expose Corruption in Ghana? Understanding Ghanaian Perspectives Joseph Yaw Asomah Journalism Practice
2022-05-15 Analysis of national scientific domains in the journalism discipline (scopus, 2003–2019) María Victoria Nuño-Moral, Magdalena Trillo-Domínguez, Vicente P Guerrero-Bote, Félix Moya-Anegón
2022-05-15 Paradoxical inclusion of India’s ex-untouchables in New Casteist media Ali Saha, Samanthi Gunawardana
Media, Culture & Society
2022-05-15 Political communication, press coverage and public interpretation of public health statistics during the coronavirus pandemic in the UK B.T. Lawson, Jairo Lugo-Ocando
European Journal of Communication
2022-05-15 Queer media generations: Shifting identifications and media uses among non-heterosexual men Alexander Dhoest, Joris Van Ouytsel European Journal of Communication
2022-05-16 Decolonizing Conflict Journalism Studies: A Critical Review of Research on Fixers Johana Kotišová & Mark Deuze Journalism Studies
2022-05-16 Avoiding real news, believing in fake news? Investigating pathways from information overload to misbelief Edson C Tandoc, Jr, Hye Kyung Kim
2022-05-16 Networked agenda flow between elite U.S. newspapers and Twitter: A case study of the 2020 Black Lives Matter movement Yan Su
2022-05-16 The structures that shape news consumption: Evidence from the early period of the COVID-19 pandemic Jacob L Nelson, Seth C Lewis
2022-05-16 Ink in their veins? Distorting archetypes, family newspapers, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Jeanna Sybert
2022-05-16 Communicating Cultism in the Media: Discursive Sense-Giving of Cult Status Kyle A. Hammonds, Michael W. Kramer
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-05-16 Moderation Effects of Language Skills, Residential Tenure, and Education on Immigrants’ Learning From News Yulia S. Medvedeva, Glenn M. Leshner
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-05-16 What Constitutes Disinformation? Disinformation Judgment, Influence of Partisanship, and Support for Anti-Disinformation Legislation Francis L. F. Lee
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-05-16 A Matter of Perspective: An Experimental Study on Potentials of Constructive Journalism for Communicating a Crisis Svenja Schäfer, Hannah Greber, Michael Sülflow, Sophie Lecheler
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-05-16 Social Media Policies in U.S. Television Newsrooms: Changes over Time Anthony C. Adornato, Allison Frisch
Electronic News
2022-05-16 Communicating Cultism in the Media: Discursive Sense-Giving of Cult Status Kyle A. Hammonds, Michael W. Kramer Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-05-16 Moderation Effects of Language Skills, Residential Tenure, and Education on Immigrants’ Learning From News Yulia S. Medvedeva, Glenn M. Leshner
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
2022-05-16 “It’s Not Hate but … ”: Marginal Categories in Rural Journalism Gregory Perreault, Ruth Moon, Jessica Fargen Walsh & Mildred F. Perreault Journalism Practice
2022-05-16 Sports Journalism’s Uncertain Future: Navigating the Current Media Ecosystem in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic Patrick C. Gentile, Nicholas R. Buzzelli, Sean R. Sadri & Zachary W. Arth Journalism Studies
2022-05-16 In Search of the Global South: Assessing Attitudes of Latin American Journalists to Artificial Intelligence in Journalism María T. Soto-Sanfiel, Adriana Ibiti, Mabel Machado, Beatriz Elena Marín Ochoa, María Mendoza Michilot, Claudio Guillermo Rosell Arce & Ariadna Angulo-Brunet Journalism Studies
2022-05-18 Journalism: Mirror on a “Decaying” Arab World Lawrence Pintak
Digital Journalism
2022-05-18 The Generative Dialogue Framework and the Pursuit of Better Listening by Journalists: A Design-Centered Approach for More Constructive Conversations with Audiences Dimitra Dimitrakopoulou & Seth C. Lewis
Digital Journalism
2022-05-18 The Impact of Public Transparency Infrastructure on Data Journalism: A Comparative Analysis between Information-Rich and Information-Poor Countries Lindita Camaj, Jason Martin & Gerry Lanosga Digital Journalism
2022-05-18 Considering Interinstitutional Visibilities in Combating Misinformation Introduction to Special Issue: Fighting Fakes: News Publishers, Fact-Checkers, Platform Companies, and Policymaking Valérie Bélair-Gagnon, Lucas Graves, Bente Kalsnes, Steen Steensen & Oscar Westlund Digital Journalism
2022-05-18 Native Advertising on News Websites: The Impacts of Media Organizational Factors on Disclosure Clarity You Li & Ye Wang Digital Journalism
2022-05-18 Uneasy Bedfellows: AI in the News, Platform Felix M. Simon Digital Journalism
2022-05-19 Shielding Democracy: Foreign Correspondent Coverage Of The 1981 Military Coup Attempt In Spain In The Economist, Time And Newsweek Christopher D. Tulloch Media History
2022-05-19 “Good morning, COVID!” the inertia of journalistic imaginaries in morning shows’ online comments Robert E Gutsche, Jr, Sydney L Forde, Juliet Pinto, , , Yanqi Zhu Journalism
2022-05-19 Islamic Worldview As A Model For De-Westernising Journalism Studies And Profession Basyouni Ibrahim Hamada Javnost – The Public
2022-05-20 A Partition of the Public Sphere:
Violence, state repression and the press in India and Pakistan, 1947–1949
Aritra Majumdar Media History
2022-05-21 Developing media and information literacy competencies: a case study in rural schools in Yunnan Province, China Stephen M. Croucher,Mingsheng Li,Ying Huang,Xiaohui Pan,Gang Yuan &Ying Kou Journal of Applied Communication Research
2022-05-21 A Clash of Ideals:
The Introduction of Televised Information in Sweden, 1969–1972
Emil Stjernholm Media History
2022-05-22 Mapping an online production network: The field of ‘actual play’ media Alex Chalk
Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
2022-05-22 Debating News Media: Politics, Identities, and Alternatives in the Greek Mediascape Aikaterini Nikolopoulou, Elena Psyllakou & Nicolas Demertzis Journalism Studies
2022-05-22 Troublemakers in the Streets? A Framing Analysis of Newspaper Coverage of Protests in the UK 1992−2017 Johannes B. Gruber
The International Journal of Press/Politics
2022-05-22 Mapping an online production network: The field of ‘actual play’ media Alex Chalk
Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
2022-05-23 Peripheral Science Journalism: Scientists and Journalists Dancing on the Same Floor Avshalom Ginosar, Ifat Zimmerman & Tali Tal Journalism Practice
2022-05-23 Slow Journalism: A Systematic Literature Review Inês Mendes & Sandra Marinho Journalism Practice
2022-05-23 Evaluating “exemplary data journalism” from Asia: An exploration into South China Morning Post’s data stories on China and the world Shangyuan Wu
2022-05-24 Honesty, morality, and parasocial relationships in U.S. children’s media Nancy A. Jennings, Sarah F. Rosaen, Omotayo Banjo & Vanessa McCoy Journal of Children and Media
2022-05-24 Young adults’ social network practices and the development of their media literacy competences: a quantitative study Camille Tilleul Information, Communication & Society
2022-05-25 News as religion: Practices of mediation in a Catholic community in South India Deepika Rose Alex, Subin Paul
Newspaper Research Journal
2022-05-25 Third-party candidates, newspaper editorials, and political debates John F. Kirch
Newspaper Research Journal
2022-05-25 The (r)evolution of transsexuality in the news media: The case of the Spanish digital press (2000-2020) Rubén Olveira-Araujo
2022-05-25 Modeling Media History:
On topic models of Swedish media politics 1945–1989
Pelle Snickars Media History
2022-05-25 Rethinking the Expertise of Data Journalists: A Case Study Jingrong Tong International Journal of Communication
2022-05-25 Media Visibility of Femininity and Care: UK Women’s Magazines’ Representations of Female “Keyworkers” During COVID-19 Shani Orgad, Catherine Rottenberg International Journal of Communication
2022-05-26 Skeptical Inertia in the Face of Polarization: News Consumption and Misinformation in Turkey Çiğdem Bozdağ, Suncem Koçer Media and Communication
2022-05-26 Ideological and economic influences on journalistic autonomy and cynicism: A moderating role of digital adaptation of news organizations Bumsoo Kim, Borae Jin
2022-05-26 The effects of constructive journalism techniques on mood, comprehension, and trust Natasha van Antwerpen, Rachel A. Searston, Deborah Turnbull, Liesbeth Hermans, Petra Kovacevic
2022-05-26 Ideological and economic influences on journalistic autonomy and cynicism: A moderating role of digital adaptation of news organizations Bumsoo Kim, Borae Jin
2022-05-26 Indonesian English-language magazine reports on the British occupation of Indonesia Muhammad Yuanda Zara Media History
2022-05-26 #MeToo Academia: News Coverage of Sexual Misconduct at U.S. Universities Stine Eckert, Jade Metzger-Riftkin, Fatima Albrehi, Najma Akhther, Zalika Aniapam & Linda Steiner Journalism Practice
2022-05-26 Strengthening Journalism from the Margins: Engaged Journalism in Brazil and Egypt Débora Medeiros & Hanan Badr Digital Journalism
2022-05-26 The Images of News Media Perceived by People as Antecedent of News Use H. Denis Wu
Journalism & Communication Monographs
2022-05-26 News Media Image: A Typology of Audience Perspectives Soo Young Shin
Journalism & Communication Monographs
2022-05-29 Facebook Comments Influence Perceptions of Journalistic Bias: Testing Hostile Media Bias in the COVID-19 Social Media Environment Sherice Gearhart, Ioana A. Coman, Alexander Moe, Sydney Brammer
Electronic News
2022-05-29 The Intertwining of the Covid-19 Pandemic with Democracy Backlash: Making Sense of Journalism in Crisis Mojca Pajnik & Majda Hrženjak Journalism Practice
2022-05-29 The Influence of Media Trust and Normative Role Expectations on the Credibility of Fact Checkers Florian Primig Journalism Practice
2022-05-30 Deathlogging: GoPros as forensic media in accidental sporting deaths James N Gilmore
Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies
2022-05-30 Political stability and subnational media systems: Comparing Bahia and the Federal District (Brazil) Julián Durazo-Herrmann & Fábio Henrique Pereira Communication Research and Practice
2022-05-30 Postcolonial feminism and non-fiction cinema: gendered subjects in Alba Sotorra’s war documentaries Anna Fonoll-Tassier, Núria Araüna Baró & Laia Quílez Esteve Feminist Media Studies
2022-05-31 Outdated or innovative? Examining news practices that have stood the test of time at one of Australia’s longest-serving local newspapers Alison McAdam, Kristy Hess
Media International Australia
2022-05-31 The Innovation of Values: Exploring the Role of News Media Exposure and Communication in Moral Progress in the Netherlands Piet Verhoeven Mass Communication and Society
2022-05-31 Using Journalism for Self-Protection: Profession-Specific and Journalistic Measures and Strategies for Countering Violence and Impunity in Mexico and Honduras Tamsin S. Mitchell Journalism Studies
2022-05-31 Frames and Journalistic Roles in Chinese Reporting on HIV: Insights from a Content Analysis and Interviews Focused on Verbal and Visual Modalities* Chunbo Ren & Viorela Dan Journalism Studies

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The benefits of practicing mindfulness and how to start

Alice Trout



In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the chaos of everyday life. Between work, family, and other responsibilities, we often forget to take care of ourselves. This is where mindfulness comes in. Mindfulness is the practice of being present in the moment, without judgment. In this article, we will explore the benefits of practicing mindfulness and how to start.

Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness

  1. Reduces stress and anxiety

Mindfulness can help to reduce stress and anxiety levels. By focusing on the present moment, you can calm your mind and reduce racing thoughts.

  1. Improves mental clarity

Practicing mindfulness can improve mental clarity and focus. It can help to clear your mind of distractions and increase productivity.

  1. Enhances self-awareness

Mindfulness can increase self-awareness and help you to understand your thoughts and emotions better. By being present in the moment, you can learn to recognize your patterns of thinking and behavior.

  1. Improves relationships

Mindfulness can help to improve relationships by increasing empathy and compassion. By being present with others, you can develop a deeper understanding of their needs and feelings.

How to Start Practicing Mindfulness

  1. Set aside time

Set aside a specific time every day to practice mindfulness. It can be as little as 5-10 minutes per day to start.

  1. Find a quiet space

Find a quiet space where you won’t be disturbed. It could be a quiet corner of your home or a quiet park.

  1. Focus on your breath

Focus on your breath and the physical sensations of breathing. Notice the rise and fall of your chest and the sensation of air moving in and out of your body.

  1. Be present

Allow yourself to be present in the moment without judgment. Let your thoughts and emotions come and go without dwelling on them.

  1. Practice regularly

Make mindfulness a regular practice. It takes time to develop the habit, but the benefits are worth it.

In conclusion, practicing mindfulness can have numerous benefits for our mental and physical well-being. It’s a simple yet powerful practice that can be incorporated into our daily lives. By setting aside a few minutes each day to practice mindfulness, we can reduce stress and anxiety, improve mental clarity, and enhance our relationships. So why not give it a try? Your mind and body will thank you for it.

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How to create a perfect morning routine for a productive day

Alice Trout



Do you ever feel like your day has gotten away from you before it even starts? One way to combat this feeling is to create a perfect morning routine. Establishing a routine can help you start your day off on the right foot, and set the tone for a productive and successful day. Here are some tips on how to create a morning routine that works for you.

Determine Your Priorities

Before you start creating a morning routine, it’s important to determine what your priorities are. What are the things that you want to accomplish in the morning? Do you want to exercise, meditate, or have a healthy breakfast? Once you have a list of your priorities, you can start creating a routine that includes them.

Wake Up at the Same Time Every Day

Waking up at the same time every day can help regulate your body’s natural sleep cycle and make it easier to fall asleep at night. Try to wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends. This can help establish a consistent routine and make it easier to stick to.

Take Time for Yourself

Many people feel rushed and stressed in the morning, but taking some time for yourself can help alleviate this feeling. Whether it’s meditating, reading a book, or simply enjoying a cup of coffee, taking time for yourself can help you start your day feeling calm and centered.


Exercise is a great way to start your day, as it can help increase your energy levels and improve your mood. Whether it’s a quick jog, yoga practice, or weightlifting session, try to include some form of exercise in your morning routine.

Eat a Healthy Breakfast

Breakfast is often called the most important meal of the day, and for good reason. Eating a healthy breakfast can help fuel your body and provide the energy you need to start your day. Try to include protein, whole grains, and fruit or vegetables in your breakfast.

Plan Your Day

Taking a few minutes to plan your day can help you stay focused and productive. Make a to-do list or set priorities for the day, and review your calendar to make sure you’re prepared for any meetings or appointments.

Stick to Your Routine

Once you’ve created a morning routine that works for you, try to stick to it as much as possible. Consistency is key, and sticking to your routine can help establish healthy habits and improve your overall productivity.

In conclusion, creating a perfect morning routine can help set the tone for a productive and successful day. By determining your priorities, waking up at the same time every day, taking time for yourself, exercising, eating a healthy breakfast, planning your day, and sticking to your routine, you can create a morning routine that works for you. Remember, it’s all about finding what works best for you and your lifestyle.

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10 simple yet effective ways to reduce stress in your daily life

Alice Trout



Stress is an inevitable part of our lives, but it can have a negative impact on our mental and physical health if left unchecked. Fortunately, there are several simple yet effective ways to reduce stress in our daily lives. In this article, we will explore 10 such methods that you can easily incorporate into your routine.

Exercise regularly

Physical activity is an excellent way to relieve stress. It helps to release endorphins, which are natural mood-boosters. You don’t have to engage in high-intensity workouts to reap the benefits. Even a brisk walk or light yoga can help reduce stress levels.

Get enough sleep

Lack of sleep can cause irritability, mood swings, and increase stress levels. Make sure you get at least 7-8 hours of sleep every night to feel well-rested and refreshed.

Practice deep breathing

Deep breathing techniques such as diaphragmatic breathing can help to calm your mind and body. Inhale deeply through your nose and exhale slowly through your mouth. Repeat this for a few minutes to feel relaxed.

Spend time in nature

Spending time in nature can have a calming effect on your mind and body. Take a walk in the park or go for a hike in the woods to feel rejuvenated.

Practice mindfulness meditation

Mindfulness meditation involves focusing on the present moment without judgment. It can help to reduce stress and anxiety levels. Set aside a few minutes every day to practice mindfulness meditation.

Listen to music

Music has a soothing effect on our minds. Listening to calming music can help to reduce stress levels. Create a playlist of your favorite relaxing tunes and listen to it when you feel stressed.

Practice yoga or tai chi

Yoga and tai chi are ancient practices that combine physical postures and breathing techniques. They can help to reduce stress levels and promote relaxation.

Connect with loved ones

Talking to friends and family members can help to reduce stress levels. It can provide a sense of comfort and support during challenging times.

Practice gratitude

Focusing on the positive aspects of life can help to reduce stress levels. Make a habit of practicing gratitude by writing down things you are thankful for every day.

Take breaks

Taking short breaks throughout the day can help to reduce stress levels. Go for a short walk, practice deep breathing or simply take a few moments to close your eyes and relax.

In conclusion, stress is a part of life, but it doesn’t have to take over. By incorporating these simple yet effective methods into your daily routine, you can reduce stress levels and improve your overall well-being. Remember, taking care of yourself should always be a top priority.

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