Make An Appointment

Stress Management Therapy at La Midas

Border Image

Stress is a natural part of life. It comes in many forms: emotional, mental, and/or physical. The occasional stressors are harmless to our health. In fact, stressors can be utilized to push us to work towards important goals, or motivate us out of a bad situation. Moderate levels of stress allow the body and mind to respond at a faster speed. However, when the stressor becomes chronic, it can cause significant mental strain and long-term health problems.

“Stress” is defined as a state of mental, emotional strain and/or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. Though, it’s important to note that stress can develop from within as well. 

About Stress Management Therapy

Border Image

Stress management therapy is the use of techniques, strategies, or programs specifically to reduce stress levels, prevent stress, or cope with situations or events that could lead to increased stress levels.1 Some examples include psychotherapy (talk therapy) for stress and relaxation training.

Everyone deals with stressful situations at some point in their lives, how we are affected by these stressors, all depends on how we learn to deal with them and manage our way through the tough times.

Stress therapy can be beneficial when someone is:

  1. Experiencing stress for a long period of time
  2. Experiencing high levels of stress
  3. Going through life changes or transitions
  4. Anticipating future changes or transitions

Stress Management Therapy Benefits

Border Image

Therapy Benefits

There are many benefits of stress therapy, including reducing the risks associated with stress. Negative effects of stress include physical, mental, emotional, and social challenges, and compromised quality of life. Some examples are anger, negative interactions with family, friends, or others, trouble sleeping, and an increased chance of getting sick.

Stress negatively impacts every body system, including digestion, reproduction, bones and muscles, breathing, the heart and circulation, nerves, tissues, organs, and hormones.4 For example, people who are stressed are likely to have high blood pressure.

Stress therapy can help to reduce stress levels, prevent and address these negative effects, boost mood, and increase your quality of life.

Benefits of stress therapy include:5

  • Better digestion
  • Better mood
  • Better 
  • sleep
  • Chronic disease management
  • Increased productivity
  • Improved 
  • immune system function
  • Improved mental and emotional health
  • Improved physical health
  • Improved relationship interactions
  • Lower 
  • blood pressure
  • Reduced pain


Looking For Stress Management Therapy?

Get The Best Stress Management Therapy at La Midas

 

FAQ's

Border Image
Image result for what is stress management therapy Stress therapy is a group of talk therapy methods, techniques, strategies, or programs to prevent and treat stress. The benefits of stress therapy go beyond stress prevention and reduction and include improved physical, mental, and emotional health and quality of life
Meditation and mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) are therapies proven to help manage anxiety and depression.
What are the 5 stress management techniques? Manage how you live with these five tips to feel less stressed: Use guided meditation. Guided meditation is a great way to distract yourself from the stress of day-to-day life. ... Practice deep breathing. ... Maintain physical exercise and good nutrition. ... Manage social media time. ... Connect with others.
Call Us

Talk to us