Stress is a common problem that affects almost all of us at some point in our lives. Learning to identify when you are under stress, what is stressing you, and different ways of coping with stress can greatly improve both your mental and physical well being.
This course provides you with some basic information on stress and some simple recommendations for dealing with stress. It is not intended to take the place of advice from a physician or counselor, but it can be the first step in deciding how to manage your stress and increase your well being.
The index below lists the different sections of this course. To take the course and learn more about stress management, click on the link at the bottom of this page titled "Begin: Class I: What is Stress?" As you continue, each section of the course will link to the next section at the bottom of the page.
If you have any questions about this course, about stress management in general, or about other services offered by the Mountain State Centers for Independent Living, contact the center nearest you.
Note: The information and advice in these courses are never intended to take the place of advice from a trained physician, medical worker, or counselor. Before beginning any new exercise, diet, or lifestyle changes it is always best to consult your primary care provider.
Begin: Class I: What Is Stress?