Taking Care of Yourself in the Aftermath of Trauma: Maintaining your Balance By Bryce Hagedorn Adapted by Philip J. Lazarus. What is “Stress Management”. Knowledge of the body’s reaction This includes the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual factors associated with stress
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Breathe from the stomach rather than from the lungs
Breathe in slowly through the nose and out through the mouth
Breathe in to the count of 5, hold your breath for a cont of five, and then breath out slowly for another count of 5
Where do you feel tense or stiff?
Tense Muscles to the Count of Five then Relax to the Count of Five
Repeat as needed
Wear comfortable clothing
Try different muscle groups
Practice, practice, practice!
Let’s do an assessment…
Of these needs, which one are you most likely to “let go” of under times of distress?
go based on:
What you can do to stay Healthy!
Eating to De-stress
Plan a regular evening walk (Exercise) with your significant other (Relationships) and discuss your individual, couple, and family needs and goals.
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Be kind to yourself