Enroll in our Stress Management course to bring better awareness and understanding to stress and to mitigate it and promote harmony among others. In this course, you'll learn about the different triggers and be able to identify them, as well as learn how to help others.
The course is taught by Krishna Suresh, MD (AM). He is an NLP Master Practitioner, life coach, hypnotherapist, an international speaker/author, mindfulness practitioner, soft skill/behavioral trainer, and doctor of alternative medicine.
Krishna Suresh has trained thousands of health care professionals, bank employees, students, and law enforcement staff on stress management.
Stress is something that everyone experiences, so learning how to cope with its effects is something that everyone needs to master for their own physical and psychological well-being.
Those who don't learn and use appropriate stress-management techniques can experience a variety of negative effects, including physical illness, psychological illness, damaged personal relationships, poor productivity, and more.
Recognizing the Signs of Stress
Stress is both a psychological and physiological response to change.
It does not manifest itself the same way in everyone.
Some people do not eat enough when they are stressed, while others binge eat.
Some develop insomnia during times of stress, while others sleep excessively.
When your "ordinary" behaviors and responses change significantly as a result of life circumstances, the chances are that you are experiencing stress.
Potential Stress Triggers
There are many potential triggers for stress, including the following:
Major life changes (marriage, divorce, relationship troubles, childbirth, death of loved ones, etc.)
Natural and man-made disasters
Many other factors
Learning to Manage Stress
Effective stress management involves the following:
Learning to recognize the signs that you are experiencing stress
Recognizing the circumstances that trigger stress reactions in you
Applying stress management techniques to help you cope
Common Signs of Stress
Pounding heart rate
Inability to make decisions
Inability to act
Lack of focus
Sleep pattern changes
Many other possible signs
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