One’s ability to overcome, cope and be resilience to stress is important in mind and body health. The ability to bounce back from stress and resume normal activity is key. Stress is a killer in the world, whether at home or work and those who are more resilient to stress have a far better chance of a longer life.
The article, “How to Improve Your Resilience to Stress” by Kieran Alger looks at resiliency to stress and how to improve it within one’s own life. He states,
“Modern life is stressful, even without the pressures of a global pandemic. You can take measures to reduce your daily exposure, but shooting for a totally stress-free existence is about as realistic as expecting everyone at the gym to re-rack their weights. Your next best option: learn how to spot the signs, manage your response and build resilience. Find out how to upgrade your anti-stress defenses below.”
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Please also review AIHCP’s Stress Management Consulting Program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals. The program is online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking a four year certification as a Stress Management Consultant.
In the meantime, monitor stress, reduce it and cope in healthy fashion for a longer and healthier life.