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Emotional Health


Healthy options for dealing with stress

Everyone deals with stress from time to time, but managing your stress trigger points is very important. Stress and negative emotions can take their toll on your body. Although you may not be able to completely remove stress from your life, there are several healthy ways to reduce it:

  • Think positively 
  • Increase physical activity or exercise – both are natural stress relievers
  • Take time to do the things you enjoy
  • Eat healthy
  • Get an adequate amount of sleep each night
  • Avoid smoking
  • Talk to your health coach or a close friend

How to recognize depression

Many people feel sad and down when they first hear that they may have diabetes or other chronic health conditions. Feelings like these are normal. But, frequent feelings of helplessness or hopelessness may be symptoms of depression. Depression is a serious problem, but it can be treated, often without the use of medications. If you feel overwhelmed, or if you are having trouble sleeping or eating, call Prevea Behavioral Care at (920) 272-1200. 


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