My Condition


My Stress

Stress causes physical changes in the body designed to help you take on threats or difficulties. You may notice that your heart pounds, your breathing quickens, your muscles tense and you start to sweat.

This is sometimes known as the 'fight or flight' response.

Once the threat or difficulty passes, these physical effects usually fade. But if you're constantly stressed, your body stays in a state of high alert and you may develop stress-related symptoms.

How are you feeling?

Managing my stress

It’s not always possible to prevent stress, but there are ways to help manage stress better.

 The following list has been produced by the NHS website (formerly known as NHS Choices):

Other things you could try

Getting help

You can't always prevent stress, but there are lots of things you can do to manage stress better

For more support managing anxiety, depression and low mood, follow the links below for services near you

Videos about stress

Managing Stress - Brainsmart - BBC   

Managing Stress - Brainsmart - BBC 
BBC | Published 14 July 2014

Support for managing my stress

Please click the organisation links below for more support on how to manage stress.