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Chronic or unresolved stress impacts the mind and body Chronic Stress Increases the Risk for:
External vs. Internal Stressors External stressors are things that happen to you
Spiritual-Focused Coping can Help with:
Relaxation techniques have numerous benefits:
Steps in the Deep Breathing Exercise 1.Inhaling deeply 2.Holding the breath 3.Exhaling the breath
Once you learn a technique, you should practice it at least once a day and whenever you feel stressed
Informal Support can Help with:
If your symptoms of stress are chronic, unbearable, or overwhelming, or you have symptoms of depression, consult a healthcare professional, counselor, or therapist
Identify your stressors and try to find solutions to them
1.Active coping strategies 2.Emotion or relationship-focused coping strategies 3.Cognitive or educational coping strategies 4.Spiritual-focused coping strategies
Catherine M. Harris, PhD, RNCS.
Mindy J. Kim-Miller, MD, PhD
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Which of the following statements about the perception of stress is NOT true?
Which of the following can be a stressor associated with caregiving for someone with Alzheimer’s disease?
Which of the following statements about short-term stress is true?
Which of the following is a common symptom of stress?
Which of the following is often associated with chronic stress?
Which of the following is NOT a common symptom of depression?
Long-term stress increases the risk for reflux disease.