Stress coaching

Take control of stress

stress

When is stress becoming too much?

Stress is a physiological response we feel in situations where we feel threatened. It is not necessarily unhealthy. In fact, people need a certain amount of stress to perform optimally.

So there is nothing wrong with a little bit of stress. However, if it starts to control your life and the stress level is high for a long period of time, this will have negative consequences. It can cause your immune system to weaken and make you more susceptible to illness. The physiological effects can be harmful to the heart and blood vessels and can potentially damage the brain. A coach can help you let go of stressful thoughts and to set priorities, which can help you better deal with stress.

Are you looking for..

  • Someone to talk to
  • Learning to deal with stress
  • Recognizing stress in yourself (or others)
  • Recovering from burnout

What questions can a stress coach help you with?

  • How do I learn to deal with stressful thoughts or situations?
  • How can I learn to concentrate again?
  • I am often tired and easily irritated. How do I get rid of those complaints?

“After a few sessions with a stress coach, I am better at distinguishing important issues from less important ones, and I can let go more easily”

How can a stress coach help?

A stress coach can help you deal with the stress you are experiencing. They will not take the stress away from you, but instead will teach you the skills to recognize and manage stress. You’ll analyze the cause of stress and determine what the most appropriate approach is. Another viable way to prevent stress is to manage the exposure to certain stressors, or learn ways to ‘actively’ relax. The stress coach can help you adopt a new perspective to decrease stress in the long term.

Why get coaching via Gingermood

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