Stress Management Programs:
Certain amounts of stress can be good. But when stress triggers negative psychological response or is prolonged, it can negatively affect health. Stress factors cannot be removed from life, but our reactions to the stimuli can be managed. Stress levels must be managed otherwise may lead to poor sleep quality, low energy, headaches, upset stomach, chest pain, frequent colds and infections, hopelessness, depression, anxiety, high risk of substance abuse and even suicide ideation.
It is important to recover from accumulated stress to protect mental and physical health. Learning to manage stress can improve health outcomes. I offer evidence-based programs and methods that assists in effectively managing stress in healthy ways.