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The Villas of Manalapan –Independent Living, Assisted Living Senior Community Near Staten Island — Spotlights 19 Tips for Managing Stress

MANALAPAN, N.J./STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – Stress is a natural part of living, we all experience it. However, we can manage and cope so it does not control our lives, emphasizes The Villas of Manalapan in New Jersey.

The key to stress management is daily care, which can improve our resilience and stress response, explain health and wellness experts at the luxurious healthy-living apartment community for seniors, just 30 minutes from the Outerbridge Crossing connecting to Staten Island, N.Y.

Uncontrolled stress can worsen or cause various health conditions, such as: Anxiety, insomnia, depression, pain, heart disease and high blood pressure. Likewise, practicing techniques to cope with stress may improve these conditions. When you strengthen your stress response, you will find your mood and energy levels improve. 

Experts at The Villas of Manalapan suggest you be proactive in strengthening your stress management by embracing daily stress-reducing practices, such as the following 19 activities:

  • Go for a walk.
  • Mindfully eat a healthy meal. 
  • Focus on your breath.
  • Listen to music.
  • Spend time in nature: Appreciate a flower, a leaf, the sky.
  • Meditate.
  • Exercise: Ride a bike ride, practice yoga, etc.
  • Dance. 
  • Take a bubble bath.
  • Go to bed early and get a restful night’s sleep.
  • Write a letter to someone you care about. 
  • Practice deep breathing.
  • Keep a journal.
  • Think of something for which you are grateful.
  • Listen to a guided meditation and visualization. 
  • Get creative by coloring, painting, etc.
  • Give yourself a hand or foot massage.
  • Connect with someone you love. 
  • Do something that’s fun, something that makes you smile or laugh. 

Health Tip: Get medical checkups regularly and always check with your doctor before beginning a new exercise activity.

About the Villas of Manalapan

Situated on seven wooded acres in Manalapan, N.J., a short distance from Staten Island, N.Y., The Villas is a luxurious senior apartment community reflecting the ambiance and accommodations of a world-class resort. Offering a range of amenities and services sensitive to the lifestyle, health and daily needs of its residents, the complex – orchestrated by Hackensack Meridian Health – is uniquely focused on wellness and prevention, and ideal for singles and couples alike. The upscale 100,000-square-foot community offers a unique arrangement of supervision and increased healthcare with onsite physician services. Providing for independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing and memory care on specialized floors, the Villas eliminates the need to relocate elsewhere due to health issues, allowing couples to remain together in a comforting, well-managed, posh environment. The Villas is located at 289 Gordons Corner Road, Manalapan, NJ 07726. For information, the Villas may be reached at 732-847-3920, contacted via, and visited online at


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