Reducing Stress Roundup for Stress Awareness Month

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National Forum for Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention

Managing stress is vital to having good health. This website’s article about Stress Awareness Month shares with us: reasons why we should manage our stress levels and wonderful links to visit and learn from. There is a helpful Stress Screener to enable the reader understand why they’re stressed and to what level. Fantastic resources are listed that can boost your ability to reduce stress.

Woman Write Journal

National Institute of Mental Health

Here you’ll find topical posts about various mental health conditions. I love the information titled: GREAT: Helpful Practices to Manage Stress and Anxiety.

Mount Pleasant Health Centre – Stress Awareness Month

I like this poster that shows the Signs of Stress: Physical, Emotional, and Behavioral. The descriptions may seem easy and simple, but many people aren’t aware of the various types of stress.

Stress Management Society

Do you have stress at work? Who doesn’t? This website offers many specific ways to improve your mental health at the workplace, by reducing stress. There are many other ways to deal with personal stress. Using the theme #LittleByLittle, the Stress Management Society is all about reducing your stress. I love the Stress Management Society Journal. This printable (free) will help you by guiding you through activities and ideas you’ll love.

7 Ways To Manage Anxiety Symptoms – Optum

The 7 ways to manage anxiety symptoms include many links and resources as well as easy-to-understand descriptions. Here are the 7 topics:

  • Talk to a professional
  • Get Moving
  • Practice Mindfulness
  • Do Breathing Exercises (With instructional video)
  • Be Nice to Yourself
  • Keep a Journal
  • Join a Support Group

Here is a post shared on Linkedin with a great many resources for managing stress. I love the How To Build A Habit: This is Your Strategy Guide. It’s important to to create habits that deal with stress instead of dealing with the aftermath.

Philippians 4:6: “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” Luke 12:25: “Who of you by worrying can add a single hour to your life?”

This American organization is great and helps us to learn about stress and how to avoid it. The post from yesterday discusses the

reactions that we have from stress, most of which need to be changed. They offer many ways to change reactions to stress. There are also 4 ways to Learn: Ways to Overcome Issues You Cannot Change. Healthy Ways for Coping with Stress.

senior exercise

Because all Chronic Illnesses bring much stress into our lives, it’s necessary to find ways to deal with and diminish this stress. We have physical stress from our diseases that could damage us physically, mentally, and emotionally. We have, more than a healthy person, a responsibility to ourselves to learn all we can about stress and try to replace bad reactions with good.

I can honestly say that my ability to avoid negative stress has improved over my lifetime. Being in my 60’s means that I’ve had plenty of opportunities to react badly to stress, and I have. But, it also means that I’ve had the same amount of opportunities to prevent bad reactions to stressors and live a more contented life. I hope that I’ll make more progress with stress so that I can help others and also improve my relationships.

@2024, copyright Lisa Ehrman

Disclaimer: I’m not a medical expert. This post contains my experiences and opinions and is not meant to be taken as medical advice. If you have a medical concern, please consult your personal physician.

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