At this very moment, chronic stress could be hampering your life. And you may not even realize this is happening.
Chronic stress occurs when your stress levels are too high or when stress lasts for prolonged periods.
Chronic stress is destructive. It exhausts you and leads to stress-related physical mental, and behavioral problems.
Stress-related problems can hamper your performance and diminish the quality of your personal life.
Fortunately, you can reverse most symptoms of chronic stress by using proven stress control techniques.
You can even prevent chronic stress from occurring.
Begin taking control of your stress levels now by learning:
- How the stress cycle works
- How to recognize the difference between "good" stress and chronic stress
- How "good" stress and chronic stress affect you.