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Stress Management

The power to manage stress is inside you. Learn to activate your natural relaxation response, so you can reduce stress hormones, slow heart rate, lower blood pressure, and release muscle tension. Increase your energy, focus, and productivity. Feel calmer, less stiff, and able to address stressful situations.

Your calm mind is the ultimate weapon against your challenges. So Relax. – Bryant McGill

Mental Health Awareness

It’s important to recognize your emotions and feelings when facing adversity and challenges in your life. Reaching out to others for support and creating healthy routines to take care of yourself can increase your sense of well-being.

Employee Assistance Program

Emotional stress and mental health issues can affect your physical health, relationships and your sense of well-being at work and at home The SFHSS Employee Assistance Program (EAP) offers free and confidential services.

Take Time to Breathe

When you breathe deeply, it sends a message to your brain that tells your whole body to calm down and relax. Learn more about breathing exercises to get you started.

Take Time to Stretch

Stretching for just a few minutes can increase blood flow throughout your entire body. Learn more about stretching exercises to get you started.

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