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Stress Management

How will you know that you are suffering from stress? You will have to look for it’s tell tale symptoms.

Symptoms of Stress:

There are a number of emotional and physical disorders linked to stress, including depression, anxiety, heart attacks, strokes, gastrointestinal distress, obesity, and hypertension, to name a few. High levels of stress can wreak havoc on the mind and the body. While stress can manifest in many ways, it helps to know a few common symptoms:

  • Frequent headaches.
  • Sleep disturbance.
  • Back and/or neck pain.
  • Feeling light-headed, faint, or dizzy.
  • Sweaty palms or feet.
  • Difficulty swallowing.
  • Frequent illness.
  • Irritability.
  • Gastrointestinal problems.
  • Excessive worry.
  • Rapid heart rate.
  • Muscle tension etc.
  • Feeling overwhelmed.
  • Having difficulty quieting the mind.
  • Low energy and libido leading to loss of sexual desire.
  • And poor concentration and forgetfulness are some of the other symptoms.

Stress is mostly unavoidable & a part of modern life. Symptoms of stress can vary and change over time. Cueing into your own responses to stress can help you increase awareness of how stress manifests for you. Knowing this vital information will help you learn to use stress reduction techniques at the first signs of stress to avoid long-term repercussion.

Coping with Stress:

When stress kicks in or develops due any reason or factor; how to cope with it effectively is the biggest question?

Learning to cope with stress can require some trial and error. What works for your best friend might not work for you. It’s important to build your own stress reduction toolkit so that you have more than one strategy to implement when stress kicks in. However not everyone can develop let alone perfect his or her own stress release or reduction kit. So it’s best that they take help of experts. This is where we come in with our years of in-depth knowledge & experience on how to de-stress or handle stress effectively.

Here are some general tips from us:
1) Get moving: Daily exercise releases feel-good chemicals in your brain.
2) Making exercise a daily habit can buffer you from negative reactions to stressful events.
3) Keep a journal: Writing down your best and worst of the day helps you sort through the obstacles and focus on what went right. It’s normal to experience ups and downs on any given day.

As mentioned above not everyone can do the right de-stressing techniques at the proper time. Also at times the stress becomes so overwhelming that it can’t be handled alone, so it’s best to leave it to the experts. Therefore, we ask you to book your service by filling up the form given alongside so we can help you.