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Stress Management Consulting Program Article on Back to School

Stress and school go hand and hand and when it is time to go back to school, families face a tough transition.

Going back to school can be stressful for all parties involved.  Please also review our stress management consulting program

Going back to school can be stressful for all parties involved. Please also review our stress management consulting program

Please also review our Stress Management Consulting Program

The article, Stress management part of school tool kit, by Lisa Boullard states

“Lazy days by the pool, road trips and fun-filled days at summer camp.

The dog days of summer are slowly slipping away and soon we will be doing the back-to-school (and work, for those of us who took time off in the summer), countdown.

The change of pace from long stretches of unstructured time to a hectic schedule where no moment is left unplanned can take a toll on the mind and body, says naturopathic doctor Cameron McIntyre of Marine Drive Naturopathic Clinic.

“Change of any kind (a new school year included) often results in stress for both children and parents. Poorly managed stress can affect many areas including mood, learning and focus, immune system, digestive system and sleep patterns,” he explains.

Along with re-establishing proper sleep patterns and not over-committing your kids after summer holidays, the following tips may help make the transition a little more pain-free.

Guided meditation apps: To meditate between meetings (or on the bus ride to school), download a free meditation podcast or app, such as the Smile Meditation by Tara Brach (tarabrach.com), or check out one of the resources at mindful.org.”

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