Join us on our mission to #StopStressTogether

Stress doesn't discriminate against age, sex, ethnicity, or religion. We all experience the burden of stress at some point in our lives, but few of us know how to manage our stress effectively. Not everyone deals with stress the same way, and we all have different coping mechanisms to handle stressful situations. What's yours? Share our tips and let's #StopStressTogether.



The truth about stress.

Stress isn't always noticeable just by looking at someone. Some of the top concerns we stress out about include money, projects at work, job security, relationships, and health issues. Exposure to long term stress can cause a number of physical and mental health concerns, including headaches, difficulty sleeping, depression, anxiety, and more. In fact, the American Institute for Stress claims that: 


of people experience stress that affects their physical health.


of people have stress that impacts their mental health.


of people feel stressed at work.

What's your most effective way to manage stress? Here are some tips from Total Brain employees!

"I listen to relaxing music when I take a break for lunch or a snack."


Go for a walk in nature! Even if it's 5 minutes, the fresh air does wonders.


"Reading my favorite book in my most comfortable chair."


"Spending time near the shore to listen to the waves and appreciate nature."


"I grab the dog and cuddle up on the couch when I feel stressed."


"I take a few moments to focus on slowing down my breathing."


The Science Behind Stress

Your brain is comprised of four core functions: Emotion, Feeling, Cognition, and Self-Control. Each of these four functions includes three different capacities that impact your mental health. Learn the science behind how these brain functions work to better understand how you can begin to manage stress.

Let's fight stress together. Share your stress management tips with us!

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