Stress and alcohol awareness month

Everyone experiences stress. It is important to learn how to manage it for our overall well-being.
As we observe national stress awareness month, let's start with obtaining a solid understanding of what stress is. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), stress is as a state of worry or mental tension caused by a difficult situation.

Everyone experiences stress, because it is a natural human response that prompts us to address challenges and threats in our lives. The way we respond to stress, however, makes a big difference to our overall well-being. Stress affects both the mind and the body. A little bit of stress is good and can help us perform daily activities. Too much stress can cause physical and mental health problems.

Learning how to cope with stress can help us feel less overwhelmed and support our mental and physical well-being.

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