If you are in a room with ten people, four of them will be experiencing worry (41%) or stress (40%). If you are not stressed, someone else, either in your home, office or neighbourhood, is experiencing stress.
While a little stress can be good, it can affect your mind and body if left unchecked. The critical step in managing stress is learning to identify it as soon as it arises. When you know your stress signals, you can take the necessary preventative steps before it can significantly affect your physical, mental and emotional health.
What will you learn?
You will learn to identify signs of stress that arise within your body and mind.
How long will this take?
3-minute reading of an article, a 5-minutes of self-reflection activity and 2-4 minutes to leave a question or share experience in the comment.
What will you accomplish?
You will be able to identify the different signs of "stress categories" and record your personal "signs of stress".