Stress & Burnout

Stress is not always a bad thing. In the short-term, stress is the body’s response to threats. Stress hormones released in the body increase heartbeat and the flow of oxygen to the brain, and help an individual appropriately react and respond to the threat. However, in the long-term, anxiety and stress can be harmful to a person’s physical, mental and social health. Chronic stress can negatively affect the heart, the immune system, and the digestive system. June 18 is International Panic Day. You can use it as an excuse to panic about everything under the sun, or take the day to evaluate your priorities and eliminate anything that causes you stress and anxiety. We are preparing a special programme of short on-demand modules in the build-up to 18th June. If you would like to be notified when this package is active, please send an enquiry and we will keep you updated.

Method of Delivery

In-the-room, Interactive online, On-demand

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