A simple one-page mini-poster detailing the biological effects of stress – and warning signs to look for. (1 pages)
A simple one-page mini-poster detailing the Biological Effects of Stress - and Warning Signs to look for.
This poster includes:
The messages or warning signs of stress are categorised into 4 areas: physical, behavioural, emotional and our thinking processes. And within this the warning signs are broken down into 1) Early Warning Signs and 2) Secondary Stress Signs.
This effects of stress mini-poster is great to use as a talking point in your practice with clients, in workshops and more!
PLEASE NOTE: This poster if for informational purposes only. It is not to be used for diagnosis or any other form of medical purpose - and has not been verified by medical personnel. You use this poster at your own risk.
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