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