World Health Organization says that stress is the second most frequent health problem, impacting one third of employed people in the World. Stress affects both physical as well as the mental health. Managing stress effectively in your everyday life can make you healthier and happier.
But, wait a minute, are all levels of stress bad?
No. It is generally accepted that a small amount of stress, called as 'eustress' can help you to function effectively. It adds a sense of urgency to whatever you are doing, and helps to provide motivation. However, when most people talk about stress, they mean ‘too much stress’ or 'distress'.
How can we avoid it?
First, let’s set one thing straight: we’re not aiming towards being stress-free all of the time. That’s unrealistic. After all, it’s an unavoidable human response that we all experience from time to time—and it’s not all bad either. That's the reason we need to learn 'Stress Management'.
Work, money and family all create daily stress, while bigger issues like the global pandemic and politics contribute to our underlying stress levels. But approach it the right way, and it won’t rule your life.
"Stress is inevitable; getting sick from it is not."
Stress management consists of making changes to your life if you are in a constant stressful situation, preventing stress by practicing self-care and relaxation and managing your response to stressful situations when they do occur.
Stress management is beneficial to reduce blood pressure, heart disease, digestive troubles and many more physical ailments. It also helps improve sleep, mental health, cognition, etc.
Popular stress management tools include meditation, yoga, and exercise. But, we’ll explore much more. At CareerHigh, we teach a wide range of tools and techniques for stress management with different approaches to ensure that each and every one gets benefitted.
Our courses are not just theories but practical realizations. With powerful presentations, group discussions & experienced trainers we help your employees learn 100%.
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