Stress Management Center Alpharetta

Stress can cause many problems in your health, intellectual state, and personal life. Stress can become negative and dangerous when you do not notice it early and can lead to chronic stress. Chronic stress can have emotional pressure on someone for a prolonged length of time and is difficult to get rid of but is manageable. Ways to cope with stress and chronic stress are: meditating, yoga, exercising, getting a good amount of sleep, and distracting yourself from what stresses you out. Once stress becomes chronic it can cause heart disease, depression, and put you at a greater risk for other diseases.

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Anxiety Relief Alpharetta

Stress Management can have an impact on a person’s stress level that can cause many problems for the future. Many people do not know how to deal with it correctly, so they turn to drinking, smoking, overeating, and drugs. Instead of dealing with it in an unhealthy way and lashing out at family members and friends, write in a stress journal. The journal can help you identify the stressors in your life and how to deal with them. Every day write down what you are stressed about in your journal and eventually you will see what needs to be worked on.

Here are some questions to ask yourself when writing in your journal:

  • What is the cause of your stress?
  • What is your emotional and physical state?
  • What is your reaction toward people?
  • What did you do in turn to make yourself feel better?

Practical Tips:

Healthy stress reduction is good for your intelligence, emotional well-being, and physical health. Below are several keys to learning how to reduce stress in your life.

The Five A’s*:

  1. Avoid Unnecessary Stress: Learn to say “no” to people, take control of your environment, and stay away from people that stress you out.
  2. Alter the Situation: Learn to manage your time better, express your feelings instead of keeping them bottled up and be more assertive.
  3. Adapt to the Stressor: Look at the bigger picture to see how important it will be in the long run, focus on positive things in life, adjust your standards and stop trying to be perfect or you will set yourself up for failure.
  4. Accept the Things You Cannot Change: Learn to forgive people for what they have done, share your feelings, and do not try to control what is uncontrollable. Instead, focus on the way you choose to react to problems.
  5. Ask Your Doctor: If your stress gets worse or you want more tips on how to manage your stress call Renew for Health for more information.

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