Most people face some form of stress on a fairly regular basis. Stress from your job, the pressures of raising a family, difficult people you encounter each day. The causes of your stress can sometimes seem limitless. Regardless of the major source of your stress, it feels like a common bond for most people.
Furthering the collective experience of living with stress, many of us are impacted by this stress and tension similarly. Muscle tension, headaches, back pain and indigestion are all too common for most Americans. What’s underlying these physical ailments for many of us is stress.
How to Find the Right Stress Management Plan
What’s interesting about the commonality of experiencing stress is how different each of us will best manage our stress level. There are many different stress management tools, but some may be more effective in managing your stress than others. In other words, there is no one size fits all stress management plan.
When we look at all of the different types of stress reduction tools it becomes evident that there is a big range of techniques you can use. Progressive muscle relaxation, breathing exercises, mindfulness practices, visualizations, guided imagery, and stretching are just a few of the many ways you can get a better hold on the stress and tension in your body. While each may help you to feel somewhat better, some will work for some people much better than others.
When a person decides to focus on stress management it can be both invigorating but also very eye-opening. What many people find almost from the get-go is that finding the right tools to manage your stress can require some trial and error. In some cases, this trial and error can cause people to walk away from a stress management program. If they are bombarded with techniques that only partially work it can be enough to drive you away.
What research has found is that a program that matches your ideal stress management preferences will be the most effective way to reduce stress and tension in the body. Maybe someone else experiences amazing results from a program of stretching and breathing, this might not necessarily be the best plan for you.
The Resility Health program was designed with this concept in mind. There is no one size fits all plan, so instead plans must be built to suit you. Our program builds personalized programs for each user that help accelerate the process of stress management and tension reduction. We use the feedback you give to adjust the protocol to fit you best. Your personalized program will use the techniques that work best for you and omit the ones that do not provide the results you need.
Taking the first steps to managing your stress is the first part of the journey to less tension in your body. Finding a stress management plan that really works should not cause more stress. By using a personalized plan that fits your unique needs, you can get more out of your stress management program.