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Stress is a normal, physical response, but it becomes a problem when it overwhelms you or continues for a long time. Learn how to tell if you’re too stressed.
Too much stress at work can affect you professionally and personally. Understand how work-related stress can affect you and how to manage it.
Stress in young people
Young people report higher stress levels — and for different reasons — than older Australians. Learn more here.
Managing stress through the festive season
Christmas can lead to stress, family conflict and financial woes for many people. Check out these tips for keeping your cool during the festive season.
Dealing with life events
Life events such as accidents, a death and relationships can cause stress, but even happy events such as planning a wedding can make you feel down.
Relaxation techniques for stress relief
Relaxation can help relieve the symptoms of stress. It can help you calm down and take a step back from stressful situations. Learn how here.
Financial stress and your health
Financial stress can affect your relationships and health. It's common and can affects anyone, regardless of status. Seek help if you're affected.
What to do if you’re feeling stressed or helpless about a natural disaster
Feeling stressed, scared or anxious about a natural disaster is normal, even if you’re not directly affected. Here's how to help yourself, and how to donate.
Setbacks, failures and stress are all part of normal life. Resilience is the ability to cope with difficult times and ‘bounce back’ from adversity.
Smiling Mind is a free app designed to help reduce stress and improve your wellbeing.