Chances are that you visited this site because you suffer from stress, chronic stress, or even anxiety and are looking for ways to find relief, preferably fast and long-lasting. And you do not have the time or patience to go through all the articles on this website to find what you are looking for.
I have been there…
This is why I created this page as a starting point to guide you to what it is you need right now. Whenever you feel lost in your search, feel free to return to this page to get some pointers on where to go next.
Step 1: Search the site
The quickest way to find what you are looking for is by using the search bar on the homepage. Just type in the keyword(s) relevant to your query and find the articles on this website related to it. Or type it here:
Step 2: Topics and Tags
If you are looking for information on stress-related topics, such as causes of stress, symptoms of stress, etc., visit the relevant sections on this website to find many articles on those specific topics. The topic main pages will list the last 10 articles and provide a link to the topic archive page where you can find all articles for that topic.
These are the current topics:
- Causes of Stress
- Coping Strategies
- Introduction to Stress
- Measuring Stress
- Stress Videos
- Support and Resources
- Symptoms of Stress
Within those topics, you will also find tag links related to the topic. For example, when you visit the Causes of Stress topic, you will notice tags like Financial Stress, Health Stress, Work Stress, etc. Click those tag links in case you are particularly interested in a specific area that you would like to investigate further.
Or select one from the tag cloud below:
Behavioral symptoms of stress Breathing methods Chronic stress symptoms Coaching and mentoring Effects on the body Effects on the brain Emotional symptoms of stress Exercise Heart rate variability Nutrition Objective stress measurement Online support resources Physical symptoms of stress Relationship stress Relaxation methods Sleep Stress and anxiety Subjective stress measurement Supplements Time management Types of stress Work or school stress
Step 3: Stress Quiz
In case you are wondering if your current stress level is out of the ordinary, you can visit our stress quiz to get an indication of your current state. These are just 20 questions and will take you less than 5 minutes to complete. It will tell you if you are ok, experiencing elevated levels of stress, or if there are signs you are suffering from too much stress.
Step 4: Courses
If you do not want to scour through all of the articles on this website, let alone anything you can find on the internet, and are just looking for some handholding to get you to a better place, you can sign up for one of our courses. There is a free course, Chillin’ Basics, that will teach you what stress is, how it manifests in your body and brain, and how you can measure it to identify your triggers and first steps to relief.
When you are ready to tackle your stress once and for all, you can sign up for our masterclass course: Chill Out Method. This is a 10-week guided program where you will learn all about the paleo stress management techniques for managing your stress levels. It is a self-paced, video course that will explain many different solutions that will not take much time or money but are very effective.
If you want to get a feel of the content of those courses, you can visit the Course Videos section of this website.
Step 5: eBook
If you are not yet ready for any of this and just want something practical that you can use right now, feel free to sign up for our mailing list and get the free eBook: Beyond Deep Breaths. This eBook will provide you with 10 less well-known ways to manage stress.
I hope this starting page was useful for you. I really hope you find relief soon and it would be great if any of our information has provided you with pointers for better mental health.
Take care of yourself!