Best Stress Management Online Courses
This course is stress management course and meant for an person, who works in an office, has tension in their upper back or neck, feels tension or pain in the middle back or lumbar area, who gets tired by the evening or has a weak immune system. This course includes techniques for relaxing all the major tension areas.
For years I have been massaging people and instructing different yoga groups, I have worked as a physiotherapist and have been a part of many banks and large companies as a relaxation and stress expert. I have taught thousands of people during various training sessions and seminars how to relax different areas of the body themselves. I would like to introduce you to some of those techniques and exercises.
Many relaxation exercises help activate the energy circulation and through that improve your well-being and quality of life. When you relieve tension and decrease energy and blood blockages, you may discover that many of the imbalances that we call diseases in western society will ease off or disappear completely.
You can find tension in your body by feeling your muscles and find the painful areas. The more tension there is in your body, the faster you get tired, the weaker your immune system is, and the more imbalances there are in your body, for example headaches.
If you experience stress in your live, regardless of the cause nor its intensity, this course is for you.
Chronic stress not only impairs our brain functions whilst we are stressed, but more importantly, it does lasting damage to our brain, as it kills braincells in our hippocampus. this means that, even we we’re not stressed anymore, the damage will still be there.
Luckily, there is a lot we can do, as we will see in this course.
First we will analyze stress. where it comes from, what it does, the different types of stress, etc
After that, we will go over the 4 different types of dealing with stress. I call them ‘relief strategies’ For each of them I will give 10 concrete examples of what we can do to activate the benefits of that strategy. So 10 examples for 4 strategies: that’s 40 ways to deal with stress.
But it doesn’t end here. you are highly encouraged to leave your own ideas and examples for each of the strategies, so that this course becomes a co-creation where you help define the final outcome. You will be responsible for the “+”, in the “40+ easy ways to deal with stress”.
The Science behind the course…
This highly practical course has been thoroughly researched to bring you the best in brain insights regarding stress.
From brain structures to stress hormones, over survival instincts. We will dive deep in the reasons behind stress and the mechanics at hand
More importantly, we will look at the 4 different strategies to deal with stress, explaining the effectiveness of each and the reason why it works.
Based on research from the UCLA and the NYU, there will be surprising, counter-intuitive insights, which will help you look at stress and how to deal with it, from a completely new perspective
This course is intended for IT professionals to effectively manage stress in their professional lives. The course takes a step-by-step approach, explaining what is stress and its scientific background, case studies from stressful scenarios of IT environment and effective stress management techniques. It also enables the students with application of stress management techniques in real life case studies for achieving more productivity and performance levels to boost their careers.
This course will approximately takes one and half hour with audio and video material and also provides references and other materials available from internet that can be handy in stress management.
Best Stress Management Books:
#1 Managing Stress: Principles and Strategies for Health and Well-Being 8th Edition by Brian Luke Seaward
#2 Stress Management For Dummies by Allen Elkin
#3 Stress Management for Life: A Research-Based Experiential Approach 4th Edition by Michael Olpin & Margie Hesson
#4 The Stress Management Workbook: De-stress in 10 Minutes or Less by Ruth C. White PhD MPH MSW
#5 Comprehensive Stress Management 14th Edition by Jerrold S Greenberg Dr.
#6 Principles and Practice of Stress Management, Third Edition Third Edition by Paul M. Lehrer & Robert L. Woolfolk & Wesley E. Sime