How Do You Deal With Stress?

By Leaderonomics|24-02-2014 | 1 Min Read

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“Whenever I’m feeling stressed, I try to run or play futsal to release endorphins, our feel-good hormone.”

– Dr Dansen Wong, chiropractor

“I find exercising on a regular basis and watching comedy movies or sitcoms help me a lot. I am a firm believer in laughter being the best medicine.”

– Mandeep Kaur, CSR manager

“By going for futsal at least once a week. It’s a great outlet to let off some steam and release all the pent-up stress from work.”

– Affryll Teo, business development manager

“Chocolates are my antidote to stress. I go for a walk, take in some fresh air and treat myself to a bar of chocolate. It works wonders every single time. Try it.”

– Niranjni Jayabalan, associate PR consultant

“As a Muslim, I go back to the basics – prayers ease the burden and uncertainties. The next step is finding the source of stress and dealing with it!”

– Siti Hajar Dahlan, VP, human resource department

“I compartmentalise the issues that stress me and keep them ‘locked’ for a while. I focus on other priorities instead, such as my children. When I return to the issues, they seem easier to handle.”

– Jennifer Lim, area director, human resource

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