Stress Management and Self-Care During COVID-19

Health & Wellness  |  February 12, 2021

Stress Management

Together We! Thrive: Stress Management and Self-Care During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on an increased amount of stress for everyone. As people have had to navigate extreme changes in schedules, communication, social life, isolation, and health management, they have also had to learn to handle the elevated levels of stress that come with such changes. For many, this level of stress is greater than anything they have experienced before, so typical coping strategies may not be as effective.

Stress can have a detrimental effect on a person’s physical and mental health. It can manifest in pain, fatigue, irritability, lack of motivation, sleeplessness, and many other symptoms. While living in a time when it is more important than ever to maintain good health, practicing coping strategies to manage stress is imperative. By developing tools and actions to reduce stress levels, a person can improve their quality of life.

Stress management should be tailored to each person’s individual needs and preferences. The first step is determining the best way to practice self-care. For example, exercise, good nutrition, sleep, and meditation are all common ways many people practice self-care.

Are you ready to learn how to manage your stress levels and improve your quality of life? Check out the video replay from our Facebook live session where you’ll learn how to practice stress management and self-care during COVID-19 and develop coping skills that will last a lifetime. Download the handout before watching so you can follow along. Learn more about Together We! Thrive and view the full schedule of events in this post.

The next Together We! Thrive event will be February 23, 2021 at 2:30 pm MST. Join us on Facebook to participate in the event live.

Colorado Spirit Wellness is a short-term program that is working to provide support to the Colorado community as we handle the current challenges. Please know that no matter what you are feeling, you are not alone. Our team is here to listen and guide you through the feelings, stressors, and emotions you may be experiencing right now. All our services are free, anonymous, and conducted by phone and available in multiple languages.

We are here to:
Listen to you and help you process the emotions you are feeling.
Support your wellbeing by sharing coping skills and techniques.
Connect you to the right resources based on your needs.

Colorado Spirit and CLC-Cappella’s leaders will provide education, facilitate discussions, and provide tangible support applicable to anyone who has been impacted by the pandemic. This is part of a federal COVID-19 crisis counselor grant program. We have provider organizations focused regionally across Colorado and for other CLC-Cappella supported states, we have links to state focused crisis counseling resources.

Want to speak with a member of our team to see how CLC can help meet your needs?

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