Managing Stress and Building Resilience

In a world still battered by COVID and multiple other challenges, many people are feeling stressed. Dr. Stuart Lustig, a child psychiatrist, presents his knowledge on how to manage stress and build resilience for individuals and their friends and family.





  • The body and mind are connected. An individual’s emotional health can affect their physical well-being, and vice versa.

  • Resilience (our ability to quickly recover from challenges) is at risk in 3 in 5 Americans.

  • Low resilience is impacting today’s youth.

  • A positive workplace culture benefits workers’ resilience.

  • Activities that correlate with higher levels of resilience include: • Daily exercise • Family time • “Me time” • Stress-reduction activities


Physical and mental health impact resilience. Read or listen to entire article by Stuart Lustig, M.D., M.P.H. Cigna.com

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