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Stress Management Online Counselling

The purpose of Stress Management Counselling and Psychotherapy is not to eliminate stress from your life. This is impossible. Stress is a natural response to change, and change is inevitable. Having a certain amount of stress in your life is normal. However, cumulative stress that results from excessive exposure to hassles, responsibilities, daily pressures, concerns, worries, and anger threatens our health and happiness.

You may have never been taught how to take care of yourself in a positive and caring way. The skills of relaxation and focused concentration aren’t often taught in higher education curriculums, but they are vital to learning and being healthy and happy now and in your future.

The first step in dealing with stress is becoming aware of what stresses you and how your body reacts to it. Many of us have become experts at desensitizing ourselves or ignoring our bodies’ signals. The question you have to ask yourself is this: Am I ready to take responsibility for paying attention to my stressors and how stress manifests in my life? Taking this first step will enhance your quality of life right now.

What Causes Stress ?

Stress can be caused by any type of physical or emotional stimulus or situation. Often, people speak of different types of stress such as work stress, relationship stress, or parenting stress. Some kinds of stress may be related to specific stages of life such as aging, pregnancy, the teen years, or the menopausal transition. Children can also be affected by stress.

Despite its source, any type of stress can become unmanageable or overwhelming. The following are risk factors for uncontrollable stress:

  • Social and financial problems
  • Physical or mental illness
  • Lack of social support networks
  • Family history of stress or family discord



Headaches and migraines

Muscle tension

Loss of appetite


Indigestion, or gas, acid reflux, Stomach aches

Not wanting to be active

Being accident prone

Weight gain

Weight loss

Shortness of breath

Feeling exhausted

Sleeping a lot

Having difficulty falling asleep or sustaining restful sleep

Elevated blood pressure

Cold hands

Chest pain

Lack of sex drive




Racing heartbeat

Extreme PMS


Disturbing dreams or nightmares

New aches or pains

Inability to shake off a cold

Excessive eating

Stress eating

Jaw pain or grinding of teeth


Rumination about or rehashing

stressful memories

Feeling defensive


Having difficulty remembering things

Freezing or not being able to retrieve information

Not being able to laugh or see the humor in situations

Crying spells

Change in voice tone

Quick temper

Racing thoughts

Constant negative self-talk


Bad mood

Feeling numb




Loss of voice

Becoming violent or lashing out

Feeling isolated or lonely

Seeking isolation; not wanting to go out


Having difficulty following a conversation

Lowered desire for sex

Inability to get organized



Pessimistic outlook

Using others


Test anxiety

Public speaking anxiety

Having difficulty focusing

Inability to prioritize


Making excuses, blaming

Staring off into space; inability to focus

Lack of motivation

Irrational thoughts


Feeling hopeless or helpless

Feeling powerless

Lack of vision of the future

Lack of interest in things that used to motivate or be enjoyable

Focus on external gratification (e.g., gambling, pornography)

Not having alone time

Possible Treatments and Therapy to Heal and Deal with Your Stress :

  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy ( CBT )
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
  • Evidence-based stress management techniques
  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR)
  • Breathwork
  • Action Orientated Approaches: used to take action to change a stressful situation
  • Emotion-oriented approaches: used to change the way we perceive a stressful situation
  • Acceptance-oriented approaches: used for dealing with stressful situations you can’t control
  • Affirmations and imagery
  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
  • Cognitive Restructuring
  • Talk it out
  • Alternative Therapies –In addition to traditional methods of stress therapy, there are many activities that an individual can do to alleviate their stress. Activities like exercise, yoga, meditation, and social support are all useful tools to try if a person is faced with intense feelings of stress or pressure.

Benefits of Manastha Online Counselling for Stress Management are the following :

  • Active lifestyle
  • Emotional intelligence including empathy
  • Meditation or Mindfulness
  • Use of relaxation techniques
  • Meaningful work or volunteer time
  • Optimism, happiness
  • Social support
  • Connectedness
  • Spiritual expression
  • Environmental engagement (e.g., green practices)
  • Time outdoors
  • Consumption of healthy foods in moderation
  • Quiet time alone
  • Restful, restorative sleep
  • Positive self-talk
  • Intellectual engagement
  • Mindfulness
  • Sense of humor
  • Enjoyable physical activity
  • Responsible self-management of time and finances
  • Responsible self-management of alcohol and other substances and sexual activity
  • Healthy weight management

Try to get the most out of your online counselling & therapy. Keep your appointments. Practice the exercises your therapist gives you. Treatment helps, and without it, you might get worse.Remember, you don’t have to deal with Stress on your own. Help is out there.

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