Managing Your Chronic Stress

When you know you're stressed and you know that stress is making you feel unwell, distressed and overburdened, it may get worse if you do nothing. By taking steps to rebalance yourself, you can prevent cumulative stress from overwhelming you and you can regain perspective and equilibrium. The suggested steps are:

  1. Identify the stresses in your life via the Work and Home Stress Tables and a Stress Diary.
  2. List and prioritise the sources of stress
  3. Identify the appropriate stress management strategies
  4. Create a Stress Management Plan

Stress Management Resources

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  • Avon GPSH is funded by Avon LMC.
  • GPSH was originally commissioned
    by the Clinician Support Service
    and its contents are strictly copyright.
  • Credits
  • Original idea: Roger Crabtree
  • Research and Text: Lynn Collins
  • Website Design: Anne Hicks
  • Website Construction and Maintenance: Careers Systems