Retirement - What employers need to know
July 26 2018Read more
For most of us, daily life contains plenty of small stresses, but we're able to manage them and cope until they naturally subside. Stresses relating to deadlines or specific events can be very real, but these stresses have an end in sight, and it's typically this knowledge which helps us cope. Of course, it helps if we have a good level of mental health and a great support system too. What about those stresses which overwhelm us and seem endless? The important thing is to identify stress before taking steps to manage it.
It's usually pretty easy to tell when you're stressed. But did you know that some level of stress is considered good for us? It's mild stress which spurs us into action and helps us get things done. If we feel we can cope with them at the time, the following stresses can be positive: deadlines, public speaking, giving presentations, appraisals, interviews or asking for a pay rise. The problem occurs when the stress affects our emotions, relationships and our bodies:
We hope these tips help you manage stress more effectively so you are a happier, healthier person all year round.
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