• Stress is one of the leading mental health problems in the world that eventually affects people's physical health as well. The inescapable phenomenon is the body's response to the perceived psychological threats that are fairly common and can repeatedly occur in a lifetime.


    If poor nutrition, traffic, health concerns, aging, deadlines, bills, or anything is giving you stress that's making you pessimistic about your worth, performance, and decisions—get help! At BC Online Talk Therapy, our stress management experts will work with you to find the root cause of your manifestations and help you learn some fail-proof stress prevention techniques.

  • What You Need to Know About Stress Prevention

    Stress is a fairly common consequence of how a person interprets events as painful, difficult, unfair, dangerous or feels like they're unable to cope with the situation for various reasons. This is why some people fall apart more easily during crises, while others rise to the occasion to perform them admirably.


    "There is nothing bad or good; it is our thinking that makes them so."—Shakespeare


    Research claims that people with chronic stress are at a higher risk of pain, diabetes, strokes, and heart attacks. Our reaction to the event triggers the flight or fight response, increasing our blood pressure, heartbeat, muscle tension, metabolism, blood sugar, and breathing rate. Different chemicals, such as adrenaline and cortisol, are released that can impact tissue repair, digestion, reproduction, and growth. It indicates that chronic stress can severely harm our health. Sometimes people hold on to the feelings of stress even when the stressful situation is over—often referred to as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).


    The good news is that stress management therapy can help us learn to be more conscious of the triggering events that upset or trouble us. When we change the way we react to them or interpretative these events, we can reduce the stress that follows.

    Is Stress Management Therapy Right For You?

    If you've been having intimacy problems lately or anger issues, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, substance addiction, irregular sleeping patterns, and lack of energy has made you less productive and anti-social, get your stress levels checked. Sometimes unbearable and ongoing stress can contribute to an array of mental and physical health issues.


    Unhealthy responses to stress can be altered with better coping mechanisms through stress management therapy. Our stress management therapists will equip you with the right tools to help you interpret every situation more positively.


    We're committed to helping you feel better as you live your best life. No one can feel good or live a healthy life as long as they're over-stressed. Book online stress management therapy sessions with us in Vancouver to learn how to manage stress and become a better version of yourself.


    We help people with various mental health conditions, including common co-curing disorders. Reach out now to transform yourself into a healthier, happier, and more confident you!  

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