Stress management

Stress Management

Reduce your stress & boost your sense of wellbeing.

We all deal with stress and stressful situations. It’s a natural and normal response to something that we think is a threat or danger to us. It’s designed to help us survive but feeling stressed too often can have negative effects on our bodies and our sense of wellbeing. 

Stress affects people in numerous ways, for varied reasons. Demands at home, work, and school or from a relationship, financial pressure or changes in life can all be a source of stress in our lives. 

Stress can be a motivator, and it can even be essential to survival. The body’s fight-or-flight mechanism tells a person when and how to respond to something you interpret as dangerous, painful, or unfair and/or feeling that you don’t have the resources to cope with them. But when the body becomes triggered too easily, or there are too many stressors at one time, it can undermine your mental and physical health and become harmful.

We cannot always avoid stress and stressful situations, but understanding what makes you stressed and how it affects you can help you to manage it. By reducing your stress, you will:

  • Increase your vitality
  • Be in a better mood
  • Boost your overall sense of wellbeing
  • Get along better with family, friends and colleagues
  • Enhance your ability to think clearly
  • Make positive decisions under pressure
  • Boost your productivity or academic performance
  • Sleep better
  • Control your weight
  • Have less muscle tension

At Irwin Edgehill Training we can help you reduce your stress and boost your sense of wellbeing.

Through our coaching and training we’ll help identify the causes of your stress and the steps needed to help you manage your stress at both a personal and professional level. We’ll also help you consider and identify the strategies and tactics you need to implement. 

Find out more about our approach to ‘Stress Management’ training and coaching by contacting us on 07842 435921, email or by completing our contact form.

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