Stress is a part of life, however, too much stress can affect your health. Follow stress relief tips to manage stress and avoid feeling stressed out.
Stress is a part of life. It happens to everyone every day as we cope with ordinary events, interact with people and meet all kinds of demands. But too much stress can affect our physical and mental health.
Stress can occur anytime. There are certain periods when we are more susceptible to stress, for example, during exam periods, festive seasons, when someone in the family is ill and during crisis and emergencies.
External sources of stress could include:
As stress is an inevitable part of our lives, it is necessary to arm ourselves with the necessary skills to counter it. The following eight tips can help you to manage your stress.
If you need more information/resources to help you cope with stress, you can go to
Belle, the Beyond the Label help bot.
SOS (Samaritans of Singapore) also provides emotional support for those in crisis.
SOS (Samaritans of Singapore)
accessible via Chatbox function
Visit MindSG for more tools to take care of your mental well-being.
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This article was last reviewed on
Thursday, March 10, 2022
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