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Stress at this time of the year may result in festive commitments, holidays, family and work, feeling like a burden, rather than a joy.

Stress

In Stress the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health (JH) explain:

“Stress occurs when you feel you are not coping with life. We all need a little stress to motivate us to achieve or get things done. However, too much stress, particularly over a long period of time, can take its toll on your health and sense of wellbeing. Extreme stress can be so overwhelming it causes physical reactions such as nausea, diarrhoea, over eating and under eating. There are many things you can do to manage stress; it is just about finding the right strategy for you”.
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Stress Triggers

In Stress Management: In-Depth – Stress Management: Know Your Triggers – Know Your Stressors the (United States) Mayo Clinic explain and elaborate on:

“Effective stress management starts with identifying your sources of stress and developing strategies to manage them. One way to do this is to make a list of the situations, concerns or challenges that trigger your stress response. Take a moment to write down some of the top issues you’re facing right now. You’ll notice that some of your stressors are events that happen to you while others seem to originate from within”.

Menopause Stress

In Stress: Getting Serious About Solutions the North American Menopause Society elaborate on:

“Many women find the time around menopause stressful. This may be partially due to hormonal changes and resulting bothersome symptoms such as hot flashes and disrupted sleep. In addition, family and personal issues such as the demands of teenage children, children leaving home, aging parents, midlife spouses, and career changes often converge on women during these years”.

Coping With Stress

And if your stress is stressing you, in Coping With Stress: Tips for Self-Care the (United States) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention encourage us to seek help:

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  • “Find support. Seek help from a partner, family member, friend, counselor, doctor, or clergyperson. Having someone with a sympathetic, listening ear and sharing about your problems and stress really can lighten the burden”.

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Last Updated: 27 December 2018 – Last Revised: 17 December 2018

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