Managing Stress & Anxiety

Everyone experiences stress. Whether it’s short-term anxiety from a busy day or long-term concerns over finances, the more stress you have, the more it affects your health and well-being. During uncertain times like these when staying home means staying safe, families are under additional stress. It can be difficult adjusting to schools closing, distance learning and working remotely while keeping kids at home entertained – or worse, losing your job altogether. Even kids can experience heightened anxiety or feelings of loneliness and isolation from missing friends and family. Learning how to manage these stressors is key to staying healthy, both mentally and physically.

Maintaining a Positive Outlook