Madison Avenue Stress Relief Counseling Expert Symptom/Therapy Guide Released

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Madison Avenue counseling therapy center NYC Therapeutic Wellness (314-451-1440) has released a guide to understanding the effects of both positive and negative stress. The new guide suggests key factors in the management of chronic stress and recommends counseling for long-term health and wellness.

NYC Therapeutic Wellness has launched a new guide to help people recognize stress triggers, manage stress levels, and recognize when to seek professional help. The Madison Avenue counseling center provides a wide range of licensed mental health services to individuals, couples, and families.

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The new report points out that stress can have a significant effect on an individual’s health. It can be good and act as an important motivator when a person needs to concentrate on a task but ongoing stress can be overwhelming and interfere with normal functioning.

Stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline are triggered when a tense or stressful situation arises. They cause uncomfortable feelings but are protective agents that can help individuals determine how to manage the tension associated with the situation.

According to the team at NYC Therapeutic Wellness, overwhelming stress can have negative side effects, including serious diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and more. When headaches, irritability, sleeplessness, rapid heartbeat, anger, or sadness are present, an individual needs to come to terms with the stress before it wreaks havoc on their life.

The report suggests examining a person’s response to stress and making changes in diet, exercise, and sleep to avoid serious problems.

NYC Therapeutic Wellness suggests that some people eat as a way to deal with stress. Unfortunately, they often eat sugary or fatty products that provide little nutrition. Others go to the extreme of either over-exercising or under-exercising. Some people find that stress interferes with their ability to get a good night’s sleep. A night or two of insufficient sleep is not significant, but chronic sleeplessness can make it more difficult to handle stress.

Many people find that a good way to learn effective methods for handling stress is working regularly with a therapist who is skilled in helping clients become more self-aware, improve emotional well-being, and putting healthy boundaries in place. The team at NYC Therapeutic Wellness, led by Licensed Mental Health Counselor Elisabeth Gulotta works closely with patients to help them manage stressors and experience long-term freedom from chronic stress.

NYC Therapeutic Wellness offers counseling and mental health services in the areas of depression, anxiety, dating and relationships, managing change, and self-awareness.

NYC Therapeutic Wellness says, “You’re not the first person to struggle with these issues and you definitely won’t be the last. Our experienced clinicians will help you get clarity about what matters and put an actionable plan in place that will help you find meaning and achieve your goals.”

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