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STRESS HEAD

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katherine Hazlewood

on 12 October 2017

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Transcript of STRESS HEAD

STRESS TYPES
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K
THE 24 HOUR RULE
3 types
PERSPECTIVE
HAVE SOME FUN
DEEP BREATHING


LET THE THOUGHTS PASS
Headspace - Great for episodic acute stress
Simplify it

Turn to the person next to you and express your stress. The listener must pick out the facts. Take turns.





Stress = Worry = What if = False
Who's stress became more clear and less worrying?
Let it be, calm down and move on.
Ongoing, daily practice until learned habits are changed.
GET HELP!!!
Very dangerous
if untreated.
DID YOU KNOW?

3&3 originated from this workshop.

Today you will learn 3 things about stress and 3 ways of reducing stress and we will actually practice them.
"Deep breathing relieves stress and anxiety due to its physiological effect on the nervous system. Breathing slowly and mindfully activates the hypothalamus, connected to the pituitary gland in the brain, to send out neurohormones that inhibit stress-producing hormones and trigger a relaxation response in the body."
"When you don't know what to do, don't do anything at all."
Very run down, constantly getting sick, bad skin, rashes from scratching, hair falling out, over or underweight.
Really good for acute stress
Footy finals
What if I starve on camp?
Divorce
Exercise and sleep release stress less hormones.
But how does it actually help?
Who can demonstrate the correct technique?
My own chronic stress journey and all my attempts
to treat it by myself.
All within normal range (slightly lower end of normal) no more than 2-3 of you at low level, the rest normal and 1-2 with very high resilience. It is what I would predict. It indicates that you are all going to cope with Year 12. Stress levels would indicate very different results however. Hence my choice of tonight's workshop.
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