Listen to your body for stress management

by John
(Jersey)

What is your body telling you? How does your body react to stress. When you are stressed out do you sweat, or get butterflies in your stomach? Or do you find it hard to concentrate or get frustrated easily?

What situations cause you stress? I find I get stressed with a lack of time? I also find that I get stressed when I perceive that I am not being listened to.

Knowing the situations that cause you stress and how you react to them is an important stress management tip.

Thanks John
Knowing how your body reacts to stress is really important for your stress management. Here are a number of symptoms of stress that could affect you.

I also provide a free downloadable sheet to help you identify the causes of stress for you.

Knowing the situations that causes you stress allows you to find ways to manage yourself or the situation, so that you can manage your stress.

There are a number of stress management tips and techniques that you can use today to get control of your stress.

All the best
Kell


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