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Everyone has symptoms of stress in his or her life. Some stress is ‘good’ for us. It gets us going and motivates us to do things. So stress is normal – some stress is OK.
But sometimes stress can affect us in ‘not so good‘ ways.
When people talk about being stressed it usually means that their stress levels are high, or that they are stressed a lot of the time (this is when it can affect your health).
Most people feel powerless to do anything about their stress. Do you feel that way some times? That there is nothing you can do?
Stress can really affect your learning as well as your general health and well being so you want to get rid of as much stress in your life as you can.
The downloads and links will help you identify the symptoms of stress and give you some strategies to manage it.