Today our lives are brimming with deadlines, demands & frustrations: job security, money, anxiety, health, unfairness, conflict, relationships, long hours ... sigh. It can be overwhelming for the even the best of us.
While stress in small doses is designed to help us stay focused, alert & meet challenges, stress beyond a certain point stops being a natural response & starts causing damage to our health, mood & relationships. For some, it becomes a way of life. That’s called chronic stress & it wears us down & may pose a serious health risk over a long period of time.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed & exhausted with worry, you need effective techniques that help deal with & manage your stress. With support & insight from our qualifed professionals, you’ll learn the triggers & reactions that stress creates in you. You’ll develop new ways to build up resilience. You’ll know how & when to put powerful coping mechanisms into play.
Be proactive about managing stress. Talk to someone today.
Some things in life don’t change. People will make demands of you. Bills will keep coming. There's only 24 hours in a day.
However you can do something about stress. It involves taking charge of your thoughts, emotions, schedule & the way you deal with problems. You have far more control that you may realise & this knowledge forms the very basis of stress management.
The following are common signs that may indicate your stress has become a problem & it's time to start proactively doing something about it:
Angry, irritable, moody
Prefer to avoid people
Upset tummy, diarrhea, indigestion
Eating more or less than normal
Raised heart rate
You may only have a few of these signs but any one of them could signal that your stress is getting out of control. And the sooner you do something, the better you’re going to feel.
Note: MojoGuru does not recommend any treatment, therapy or particular provider. We do not recommend that you self-diagnose. If you are suffering from a health condition and before starting a new treatment or therapy, we do recommend that you first consult a GP. More