In this quick video, Dr Drew tells us how stress can negatively impact our bodies. He also gives us a few quick pointers that everyone can use to help cope with day-to-day stressful situations! Advertisements
Are you a student at the University of Guelph? Check out the new tab above : Stress Resources at U of Guelph. Here you will find a list of great campus resources to help you manage stress!
In the spirit of midterm time, here is a little information to help you understand why cramming isn’t always the best option. To reduce the stress of exams, study a little bit each day in order to be well prepared! … Continue reading
A Mental Health workshop will be offered on campus by the multicultural Opening Doors Project (part of the Canadian Mental Health Association). It is free and includes audience participation. BREATHE: Self Care in Stressful Times 1:30 pm March 21 … Continue reading
Just a friendly reminder that the Decreasing Headaches program will be starting on Wednesday February 27th. The sessions will run for 4 weeks every Wednesday from 7:30PM – 9PM at the University Center in University of Guelph. Everyone is welcome! To register … Continue reading
Happy Valentines Day! In keeping with Valentines Day today, and with February being Heart Month, we would like to provide you with some excellent resources to help you monitor and take care of your heart! The Heart and Stroke Foundation … Continue reading
Wellness Wednesday – starting this week we will provide you with weekly stress management tips to improve your well being! This week, Maclean’s Magazine offers 5 stress and anxiety reducing tips, provided by Dr. Michael Van Ameringen. Check it out at … Continue reading
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“Stress is like spice – in the right proportion it enhances the flavor of a dish. Too little produces a bland, dull meal. Too much may choke you.” ~ Donald Tubesing
Do you wish you could fall asleep as easily as a tiny kitten? Check out this 3 part series on CTV as they investigate the best sleep solutions! The Stress Management & High Performance Clinic’s Kathy Somers is featured in … Continue reading