You may not be able to avoid stress altogether, but you can learn resilience against it, and lessen the negative effects of stress.
Stress, especially that relating to work, is stated as the second most frequent health problem, impacting one third of employed people in the European Union (Varvogli & Darviri, 2011). Although stress is a part of life, and a little bit won’t do you any harm, raised levels of stress without down time will affect your health. This week’s blog has a quick peek into the science before giving you lots of tools and techniques to use. Continue reading “Stress: the facts & fixes”