Feeling stress is a fact of life for most people. Everyone goes through stressful situations. These situations include major life changes such as marriage, divorce, moving to a new city, losing a job or dealing with family problems.
The result of stress can be emotional symptoms such as becoming easily agitated, frustrated, and moody, having difficulty relaxing and quieting your mind , feeling bad about yourself (low self-esteem).
Physical symptoms include low energy, headaches, high blood pressure and insomnia.
Constant stress can have long lasting effects on your health. When daily living becomes too difficult, it may be time to seek a stress management professional for assistance. At Sherman Counseling we provide several stress management treatments including cognitive behavior therapy, relaxation techniques, and mindfulness.
Our goal is to help our patients better cope with stress and support appropriate lifestyle changes.
Call us to schedule an appointment or learn more about our Stress Management program at 920-733-2065.