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The symptoms of stress and lower resilience

The symptoms of stress and lower resilience

When you have low levels of resilience, find it difficult to navigate or recover from challenges or are in a state of prolonged and chronic stress you may experience symptoms, which if they continue, might indicate you need to take action. The likely symptoms of stress and lower resilience are shown below.

The symptoms of stress and lower resilience. Learn more about them in the Welbee learning centre. This is a picture of a teacher staying in bed and not wanting to go to work.

Possible symptoms of stress and lower resilience

While all these are indicators of those with lower levels of resilience and who are experiencing stress, they may also be indicative of other conditions. If you are concerned about yourself please seek advice from your line manager, principal or trusted friend. If you are concerned about a colleague, speak to them or their line manager.

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