Out of about 30 million workers, 1 in 5 suffers from work-related stress and is mostly women, and more precisely over 3 million and 200 thousand.

Concerns, conflicts, personality, work – the commitments it entails, deadlines, relationships with colleagues or superiors -, lack of free time, hectic pace of life … All these can be factors that trigger stress.

Stress prevents you from expressing your qualities to the full, reaching your goals with confidence and causing a series of disabling physical symptoms such as anxiety, insomnia, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, depression and various summarizations.

Many do not even realize how their malaise is linked to a condition of stress, and how this negatively affects daily life. Waking up at night, brooding, having little appetite, and feeling constantly under pressure, are all signs of discomfort that must be investigated, in order to understand what they are triggered of and how the cause can be dominated.


Stress is physical and mental fatigue due to external causes, such as pressure at work, thoughts due to family life, in a woman mostly personality complex, particular events such as an examination, a grief or repeated situations that cause anxiety. The individual does not feel adequate and feels that his resources are not sufficient to cope with the pressure of the demands and expectations of others.

Recognized as a disorder since the 1920s, stress tends to manifest itself more in moments of particular concern or intense pain, change or instability.  As a consequence, a state of stress leads to a widespread feeling of discomfort; in the most serious cases, it can also have repercussions on the physical.


It is of fundamental importance to learn to recognize the sources of stress  – stressors – to change bad daily habits to learn how to manage it. If kept under control, it can be an ally to better respond to the stimuli and requests that continually come from the outside: at work, at home or in sports. It is necessary to know how to “disconnect” before stress and anxiety become chronic disorders.  In general, it is advisable to maintain a good sleep-wake rhythm, have a balanced diet, do physical activity and try to tackle problems one at a time.

But this is not always easy: when stress is part of everyday life, we tend to feel overwhelmed by events. It is, therefore, appropriate to learn to know the dynamics to be able to face any stressful situation and learn to manage stress in the immediate and long term.


The mental coach can be a valid aid in the management of moods and an ally to acquire greater awareness. Through consultancy and open dialogue, you can quickly get to the heart of the problem, isolating stressors and learning to define priorities. 

The situation which can be handled and tackle must be initiated in order to overcome from a registered and certified trainer, doctor or mental coach.

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Mental training allows, in a short time, to learn relaxation techniques to prevent and control states of stress.  It should be remembered that, if properly managed, stress can be an ally to always give the best, to find the right motivation and reach one’s goals. Taking stock of your situation – professional and personal – is a great starting point. Taking up everyday life, introducing new habits and adjusting one’s lifestyle is the first step towards greater personal definition and greater self-awareness.