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How Stressed are you Infographic
SMPP Software ProviderEverybody gets stressed from time to time, and the stress response is a vital cog in the human machine – worrying is, after all, a form of thinking. However, to be happy and successful it’s important to have a sense of control over one’s whereabouts on the stress spectrum and to ensure that the mechanisms that your body employs to respond to stress are providing creative solutions rather than destructive side-effects. Stress is often accompanied by a foggy mind, so it’s helpful to have a clear, objective method to assess whether the condition is dragging you down or stimulating you to better results. The diagram below combines insight from the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the Stress Management Society into a walk-through guide to the symptoms of stress and how seriously they should be taken.
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