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Brain Breaks and Deep Breaths to Help Ease the Stress

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The Myth of MultitaskingMultitasking is a habit for most people. Although we may think doing many tasks at the same time makes us more productive, but studies by researchers at Center for BrainHealth suggest this practice can be toxic to our brains and increase our feelings of stress.Instead, experts suggest single-tasking, focusing on one task at a time, in addition to stress resilience tools like "brain breaks" and deep breathing. In this news segment, Dee O'Niell, MS, LPC, BCN, talks with NBC about how to take five productive brain breaks each day and maintain productivity while working from home.Watch the full video at NBC DFW

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Jennifer Zientz, MS, CCC-SLP

Director of Programs and Head of Clinical Services Center for BrainHealth


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