There has been no definition of stress that everyone accepts, however the most common definition is, “physical, mental or emotional strain or tension that focuses on negativity.”.
Stress is ever-present and follows us everywhere, since there is no avoiding it, mental health professionals centralised themselves to further understanding in improving mangement within ourselves.
The whole world feels chaotic right now, making it hard to focus on anything albeit work, study, your family – or even reading a book whilst your phone consistently lights up with cataclysmic push notifications from social outlets.
So we’ve tapped into our expert network, and spoke with Sydney based GP, Dr Michela Sorensen Women’s & Mental Health specialist for tips on how to manage stress during these unprecedented times.
OF AUSTRALIANS REPORT HAVING A SIGNIFICANT LEVEL OF DISTRESS IN THEIR LIVES.
OF AUSTRALIANS FEEL STRESS IS HAVING SOME IMPACT ON PHYSICAL HEALTH
Dr Michela Sorensen
I am a GP specialising in holistic and progressive care with a focus on women’s and children’s health, mental health and rural health. I am passionate and committed to providing the best possible health care to my patients.
My approach to health care is to ensure that my patients feel comfortable and that they are being listened to. This means my patients are able to speak freely about their health and wellbeing in a safe and trusted environment. I seek to find solutions to their health and wellbeing issues and I endeavour to do this in a gentle and sympathetic way, without compromising on the quality of my advice and care.
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