In a recent YouGov survey, 59% of British adults said they found life was more stressful than five years ago and nearly half of people surveyed said they felt stressed every day or every few days. A little stress every now and again can make us more alert and stimulate us into performing more effectively, but prolonged stress can be detrimental to both mental and physical health.
That’s why, this January, the Mental Health Foundation have launched a campaign to help everyone cope better with the physical and emotional effects of stress. They’ve put together a guide with the key facts and 101 tips to help reduce the symptoms, sourced from mental health professionals and the general public.
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If you resolve to do one thing this year, why not learn to manage the stress in your life. It’s bound to make you happier and healthier.