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What Kind of Effects of Stress Are There?

Effects of Stress

What are the effects of stress on your body?

The Many Effects of Stress on the Human Body.

Be it in business, the workplace, school or private life, no one can escape the effects of stress.   It is everywhere.   Stress effects us in every part of our lives.    Knowing how to deal with stress can really help.    Lucky for us there are plenty of online stress reduction resources available.    These sites, stress videos, article, stress blog posts, etc might not seem like much but they could teach you a technique previously unknown or help you identify a source of stress you did not know was causing you stress to begin with.   A good video on stress and its effects can be found below:

From: WMFD.com

By: Larry Stine

Stress can rear its sometimes ugly head anytime and anywhere. And, left unmanaged, can have negative effects on our health. In today’s Health Minute, Susan Hendricks has more on one program designed to help people control it. Paula Skrzypek has been caring for her mother for five years, in addition to working a full-time job. She is exhausted. To help manage her stress, Paula uses an online tool developed by her co-workers at the Cleveland Clinic.

For the full video about Effects of StressClick Here.

Stress can effect you both mentally and physically.    As seen in the story above, Paula was exhausted by juggling her duties as a full time family member and a full time employee.   Learning different stress reduction techniques helped her control the stress in her life.

When you cannot deal with stress on your own, then it is time to consult a stress management coach.   These professionals can help you identify your stress triggers and eliminate the stress in your life.    If you are interested in learning more about becoming a stress management coach then please visit our site.

 

 

 

 

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