In our daily life, we find ourselves overloaded with demands derived from different stressful situations: labor and economic problems, exams, arguments with our partner or family, inflation, a decrease in salary, lack of work, etc., All of these situations demand from us a great effort of adaptation, also generating conflicts with our relatives and with ourselves, including great wear and tear in our body. This conglomeration of factors leads our body and mind to exhaustion, to “not being able to take it anymore,” although in general, we are not aware of it, and, for this reason, we begin to suffer from a state of stress.

Stress is defined as a psycho-physiological activation syndrome that prepares the body for a fight or flight response to an imminent threat. In adaptive terms, stress is at the service of defending ourselves “in the best possible way” from what we must face. However, when this defensive response is constant, both our body and our mind end up “melting” and we begin to “malfunction.” Difficulty in concentrating, memory problems, tiredness, anguish, anxiety, and physical symptoms such as tachycardia, tremor, dizziness, etc., are all signs and symptoms that reveal the effects that such an overload of tension produces on us.

In addition to the events that we face every day, the effect they produce on us is related to the way each of us perceives and interprets the stimuli and how we evaluate our own resources and abilities. That is what makes the same situation be experienced as terrible by one subject, and as a challenge by another.

How To Recognize That We Have Stress?

Chronic stress responds to several conditions. One of them is your lifestyle, but there are other conditions that drive this extraordinary activation. An important factor that determines the risk of chronic stress is the personality type since each person has a different level of resistance to it. When the demands of a specific environment are excessive and overwhelm us, stress can become chronic, with the risk of altering our physical and mental health.

How Does Stress Impact Our Overall Life? 

No one experiences chronic stress overnight but if all the warning signs of the body are ignored, it is likely that this condition will settle in the body and a series of undesirable effects will begin to happen. The consequences are multiple since the brain is the center that regulates all mental activity and is responsible for the functioning of humans, especially through the hypothalamus-pituitary axis located within it. Physiological alterations are often psychosomatic, i.e., they are organic alterations that are frequently the expression of other emotional ones. They can occur in the form of immunosuppression, cardiovascular diseases, digestive diseases, muscle contractures, diabetes, obesity, and much more. It can also result in emotional disorders such as irritability, aggressiveness, anxiety, sleep disorders, depression, low tolerance for frustration, loss of concentration, and addictions. 

Online Seminar On Stress Be Gone: Mindfulness Techniques For Everyday Stressors

The free virtual seminar by me aims to offer confidence counseling and the best manifestation methods to the attendees. The seminar will help you understand different kinds of stress, their symptoms, and their impact on your daily life. You will also learn in detail about what is social anxiety and how you can reduce the overall stress in your life. 

I am a life coach and a  licensed professional counselor. I am a dedicated expert in my field and help people understand their true worth. By providing professional counselling, I help individuals leave their insecurities and anxieties behind so that they can rise in their own eyes. This, in turn, helps them gain lasting confidence and a different perspective on life. 

How Can This Seminar Help People?

Have you been stressed lately and been trying to find ways to cope with it, lest it takes over your emotional, mental and physical well-being? If yes, then this seminar called “Stress Be Gone: Mindfulness Techniques For Everyday Stressors” is the right step for you! 

On February 27th, 2022 between 2 and 3 pm, I will be hosting the free virtual seminar and will share ways in which you can pay heed to and cope with immovable stressors in your life. I will help you understand how stress doesn’t just affect the emotional and mental well-being of a person but also has countless physical manifestations that help us recognize we are under stress in the first place. 

This seminar is the perfect way to shake off the overburdening amount of stress you have been in and embrace a positive outlook on life in addition to some of the best coping mechanisms. We live a rapid lifestyle with countless daily stressors. Students, entrepreneurs, employees, housewives, or any person really goes through different types of stress on a daily basis. This seminar aims to help you with some major stress-related factors such as:

  • Identifying the different kinds of stress.
  • Recognizing its silent triggers and symptoms.
  • Learning its impact on your emotional, mental and physical health.
  • Gain awareness about and visualize stress.
  • Use mindfulness techniques against stress for managing it in the long run.

These and many more highlights can be expected from this seminar on the 27th of this month. This seminar will essentially equip you with all the right tools to destress your life or at least learn to manage it so that it does not have any physical or emotional manifestations. 

Join Dr. Gurpreet Kaur this month to understand the concept of stress and how it affects your mind and body! This seminar will surely help you pay more attention to your body in the long run, and you will understand precisely how to nurture it to keep your mind as well as body healthy with time. So, what are you waiting for? Register for the event today and learn to manage your daily stress for a healthy and mindful life!

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