Types of Stress-When People Know Better, They Do Better
Know the three types of stress most people experience so you can develop the right plan for you.
There are three types of stress most people encounter.
Situational Stress – Events, activities, or situations that occur in your daily life that bring out your stress response. For example: difficult patients, bills, relationships, and meetings.
Psychological Stress – When you feel unequipped to handle a situation or think in a negative or exaggerated way about the past, present or perceived future. For example: phobias, insecurities, low self-esteem, perfectionism.
Physiological Stress – The way your body physically responds to stress that creates unhealthy and/or harmful consequences. For example: smoking, headaches, body pains, excessive exercise, and weight gain or loss.
When you know the type of stress you are under, you will be able to manage it better.
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