Are you living with Stress?
Stress is your body’s reaction to pressure from a certain situation or event, such as changes in life or worries about career, family, health, or money.
We all deal with stress at some point in our lives. Not all stress is bad. In healthy measures, stress can give you strength, spur you to take action, and heighten awareness of your surroundings.
However, living with severe or moderate stress for an extended period of time can affect your wellbeing physically, mentally and emotionally. Chronic stress can lead to anxiety, mood swings, unhealthy habits, addiction, and illness. As many as 3 in 4 people say that they are dealing with high stress levels that are negatively impacting their lives.
You may be experiencing Stress if you have been experiencing these symptoms for a prolonged period of time:
Feeling overwhelmed by day-to-day tasks
Having difficulty concentrating and remembering things
Feeling irritable, tense or on edge all the time
Mentally, physically and emotionally exhausted
UNSURE IF YOU HAVE STRESS?
Living with severe and prolonged stress can be unhealthy. Take this self-assessment test used by mental health professionals to determine you may be suffering from stress:
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How does Virtual EMDR work on Stress?
EMDR can be used to treat Stress by resolving any underlying mental and emotional issues that are related to them. This can be specific triggers or disempowering self-beliefs, such as “I can’t do it”, “I am not enough”, or “I’m overwhelmed
EMDR helps to overcome Stress by re-connecting (or “re-processing”) the neural associations in the brain associated with these negative beliefs and memories. Simulating the natural steps of memory processing, EMDR first acts to reduce (or “desensitize’) the unwanted emotions such as sadness, fear, and emotional pain, and then replace these with empowering emotions such as hope, confidence, and power.
In addition to standard EMDR protocol, Virtual EMDR also offers specialized programs for conditions frequently linked with Stress, including Anxiety, Addiction, Depression, and Grief.