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I Feel Stressed

Understanding Stress

Stress is your body’s natural reaction to being under pressure from a certain scenario or occurrence. It could be a physical, psychological, or emotional reaction.

Symptoms of stress affect people differently, and the causes of stress range from person to person.

The amount of stress you are comfortable dealing with may be higher or lower than others. However, persistent stress symptoms could be affecting your health, and you may not even realise it.

If you’re finding it hard to control your feelings, and you think stress is affecting your day-to-day life, its best to get some help.

We can offer a talking therapy or support that will help you to manage your stress.

What Causes Feelings of Stress?

Many different things in life can be a source of stress. Work, finances, relationships, children, and even day-to-day inconveniences can be major drivers of stress.

There are a number of reasons why you could be feeling stressed, these include:

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Financial Concerns

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Life Changes

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Illness or Injury

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Significant Life Events

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Non Stop

What are the Symptoms of Stress?

Prolonged feelings of stress and worry can cause emotional and physical symptoms. Whilst everyone experiences stress differently, common symptoms of stress include:

  • Feeling tense.
  • Feeling nervous or unable to relax.
  • Having a sense of dread or fearing the worst.
  • Feeling like the world is speeding up or slowing down.
  • Worrying that other people can see that you’re anxious and are looking at you.

Stress doesn’t have to negatively affect your life, learning more about your stress, what triggers it and how to overcome it, can help you effectively manage it . If you want to feel more in control and confident in your decisions, we can help with the right talking therapy or support for you.

What Support is Available for Feeling Stress?

Levels of stress, worry and anxiety can be managed, and we can give you practical tools to do that. If you want to feel less stressed and to feel more confident managing day-to-day, get in touch and we can help you find talking therapy or support to suit you.

After you contact one of our service providers, we will connect you to the support service that is best for you. In the meantime, you can explore the services we currently offer across Kent and Medway.