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Manage Stress

We all experience stress every day. Some of it is helpful (giving you the edge to compete in sports, or excel on a test), but many of us let it build up and linger. This can lead to longer term effects on our health. Some of these include:

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Digestive problems

  • Headaches

  • Muscle tension and pain

  • Heart disease, heart attack, high blood pressure and stroke

  • Sleep problems

  • Weight gain

  • Memory and concentration impairment

Having a stress management plan can help reduce these risks, allowing your body to relax and rejuvenate, and develop resilience to adapt to future stresses.

What are some ways to help reduce stress? Exercise, get more sleep, and have fun! Many of us have forgotten how to play and enjoy the moment (without a device). A walk outside, engaging in hobbies, and unleashing creativity increases the brain’s capacity to learn more so you can be more productive!


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