Do you know the warning signs of stress?
Stress is something that we all experience in our life, and it is often part of our everyday routine. When we try to fit everything between work, family, deadlines, our online presence, our social life, and time for ourselves, overwhelm comes, and we get stressed. Too much to do, not enough time!
So, what do you do? You have to set priorities. We only have 24 hours in a day and the best solution is being strategic with the time you have available: Set priorities. Focus and dedicate your attention to what’s most important.
Is this the antidote to stress? No, but you will be able to keep stress more in control.
Remember: stress is not bad, it’s the way we react to it that can harm us. If left unchecked for prolonged periods, stress can put ourselves at risk for many health issues.Do you know the warning signs of #stress? Learn with this #infographic #LifeWorkBalance Click To Tweet
My last blog post was about the fifth principle of Life-Work Balance, Own Your Life. I talked about stress and digital addiction, plus multitasking, and I shared some ways to manage yourself better.
For this week’s graphic, I’m sharing the Warning Signs of Stress. I gathered a comprehensive list of symptoms listed in my digital guide, No More Stress (and a complete stress management program, Beat The Stress), but this graphic can give you an idea of what to look for. You might not even notice these symptoms because you feel they are a “normal” part of your everyday life, but maybe you should pay attention to them … Maybe your body and brain are trying to tell you something …
You don’t have to live with stress, you can learn how to manage it and live better!
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Holistic Life Coach, Brain Fitness Coach, and Life-Work Balance Strategist for busy professionals. I blend well-being principles with neuroscience, biohacking, positive psychology, stress management, and mindfulness techniques to implement effective behavior changes.