Stress is something we all deal with from time to time, but for some, feelings of stress can become debilitating and impact general health. Sometimes, stress can be a symptom of a mental health condition, and this is too big of an issue to deal with alone.

Here at Life Resolutions, we recommend you contact a professional for advice and support. Our principal psychologist, Mary Magalotti, and CEO and Founder, Jodie Brenton, have extended experience in helping peopledealing with stress to live their best lives. At Life Resolutions, we offer specialised support for people dealing with stress, as well as more generalcounselling services.

Mary Magalotti and Jodie Brenton have also created a list detailing some practices individuals may find helpful in managing stress at work, school or home.

Advice from Mary Magalotti and Jodie Brenton on Dealing with Stress

Mary Magalotti and Jodie Brenton have extended experience providing psychological services through Life Resolutions and know different things work for everyone, but there are some habits people can adopt to limit the impact stress has on their lives.

If you find you are often stressed out by interpersonal conflict, take time to sit down with anyone you are having issues with and hash things out with an open and honest dialogue.

If you cannot seem to get your mind off work or other daily anxieties, you might like to try picking up a hobby. Take up something you think you will enjoy and that will give you a sense of personal satisfaction, whether it be gardening, sports or a book club.

It is critical to leave your work at work, especially if you find that work is a major source of stress for you. Avoid answering emails after you have finished for the day and take time to wind down once you come home.

Regular and consistent exercise is a great way to reduce stress. Exercise will both take your mind off whatever is causing you anxiety and release endorphins (‘happy hormones’) that keep you relaxed throughout the day.

Sleep is our built-in way of refreshing the brain and rebooting the body. Try to get seven to nine hours of sleep every night to ensure you wake up refreshed.

Stress can be a difficult thing to manage alone. Professional help is available, and you should reach out if stress is beginning to impact your life.

If you’re searching for stress counselling and management, your search can stop here. AtLife Resolutions, we have extended experience in helping clients manage stress and any additional emotional issues.

The Life Resolutions Clinic

Here at Life Resolutions, we have a team of compassionate and skilled professionals ready to provide you with personalised stress management techniques that work for you and your lifestyle.

As Melbourne is currently under stage four restrictions, our Life Resolutions clinics are providingTelehealthconsultations so you can access high-quality mental health care from the comfort and privacy of your own home.

Seek advice from Mary Magalotti and Jodie Brenton Life Resolutions Today

If you want more information on Life Resolutionsor would like to speak to either our principal psychologist, Mary Magalotti, or our CEO and Founder,Jodie Brenton, pleasecontact us here. You can also explore the Life Resolutions website to learn more about Jodie Brentonand Mary Magalottiand their work withLife Resolutions.