When we talk about stress, it almost always is referred to as a negative emotion. Feeling “stressed” or “stressed out” is strongly tied to unfavorable feelings.
This isn’t always the case.
Short-term stress and anxiety can actually be good for you. In a recent article entitled Why Short-Term Stress and Anxiety Can Actually Be Good for You, Healthline writers set the record straight on how positive stress (Eustress) can actually benefit you.
Resility Health’s clinical Manager Kristen Fescoe was featured in this article, saying “When people are able to see the difference between positive eustress and negative stress, they can start using their stress and anxiety to their advantage.”
Read the full article HERE.