Can you guess this huge hidden source of stress?
0:06 The hidden source stress
1:36 Do we really need to be informed of negativity 24/7?
2:12 Try this experiment
Today we’re going to talk about the number 1 source of stress that you may not think of.
The #1 source of hidden stress is the news. TV, radio, the web, and magazines—all of these news outlets could be causing you stress.
Sensationalism: The use of shocking stories at the expense of accuracy to provoke interest.
Get the newspaper, and try to find some good news. Yes, we need to be informed. But do we really need to be informed of the negativity 24/7 everywhere we go?
All of this negativity all of the time may not be good for your health. Consider trying this simple experiment on yourself. Limit the amount of bad news you expose yourself to. As you do this, refocus on some good news instead. I believe your health may actually improve.
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Consider trying to combat the #1 source of hidden stress: the news,
by limiting the time you’re exposed to bad news, and refocusing on good news.