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How do you treat psychological stress?

I am a 28 year old male. I want to know how do you treat psychological stress?

6 Answers

I would suggest getting professional, mental health guidance.
Finding a balance in your life, leaning on your support system, being kind to yourself, getting plenty of rest, exercising regularly, eating well-balanced meals, and practicing relaxation exercises.
That is a vague question. Talk to a professional to identify sources of your stress.
It’s a combination of things. First of all, thank you so much for being vulnerable enough to ask the question. It requires a combination: therapy, including mindfulness-based therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and interpersonal therapy. In addition, relaxation in South Carroll strategies are imperative. Lastly, If there are panic attacks or severe anxiety involved, medication can help, but it’s not the only solution.
Good question!

All stress starts with how we perceive reality (psychologically) It creates what's referred to as a "flight or fight" response as often fearful or terrifying (mostly what is unknown like the pandemic) to less threatening or manageable. The latter serves as a stress reducer as it allows us to "fight" or confront the threat (known as a stressor) more confidently and successfully. 
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