Updated: Feb 4
There are quite lots of articles talking about stress management. But we found that this illustrated guide created by the World Health Organization is especially helpful. It is very easy to understand and quite fun to read. But you will probably not be able to find it in popular search engines. It could be due to the fact that it's mostly not with words but with pictures, which could be difficult for search engines to understand.
According to Wikipedia, "In psychology, stress is a feeling of emotional strain and pressure. Stress is a type of psychological pain. Small amounts of stress may be beneficial, as it can improve athletic performance, motivation and reaction to the environment. Excessive amounts of stress, however, can increase the risk of strokes, heart attacks, ulcers, and mental illnesses such as depression and also aggravation of a pre-existing condition."
Everybody has some kinds of stress, mainly from common areas like health issues, financial problems, learning difficulties, workplace or environment issues, relationship or parenting problems, accidents, etc.
There is a "Holmes and Rahe stress scale", which gives a rough estimate of how stress affects health. You can find the scale for adults and non-adults on the following Wikipedia page:
When there is a stress, there is a problem. The best way to deal with stress is to solve the problem. We are dedicated to help people solve various problems in life. But sometimes, the problems could happen in the past and cannot be solved anymore. So you have to face the reality and adjust for yourself.
There is an illustrated guide (E-book) from the World Health Organization, which helps people to handle stress in any situations. Informed by evidence and extensive field testing, the guide is for anyone who experiences stress, wherever they live and whatever their circumstances. The guide is easy to read and quite fun, and could be the best solution to handle stress. You can download this E-book in the following link:
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