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Stress is a part of life – but you can develop skills to support yourself and others when times are tough.
About one in four people in Australia have a problem with drugs, alcohol or gambling at some point in their lives and yet the stigma associated with addiction means many delay seeking help, sometimes for decades.
When 44-year-old Tara contacted her local NewAccess coach in early 2020, she didn’t know how the program could help her or even exactly what it was she needed help with – she just knew she had to do something.
Neurological insights into how the brain processes stress suggests that stress can be a key element in the development of anxiety and depression.
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“Over the years, I’ve diagnosed myself with everything from anthrax to zinc poisoning. None of it was real.”
While post-exam angst is not a great feeling, the experience can certainly help build resilience.
FIFO workers, and their loved ones, can be especially susceptible to workplace stress.
When it comes to the workplace, even small changes can bring about tangible benefits.
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