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Dealing With Stress And Anxiety

Sometimes life is very stressful. As a young person you can struggle with many issues: family, friends, school, your future, relationships, etc. And, you are busy! It is important to find a way to deal with stress. Do something that is relaxing and enjoyable, like exercising, going out with friends, playing sports or shopping. You are worth taking care of! Too much stress can result in headaches, stomach aches, body aches, burn-out, depression, exhaustion and physical illness. In addition to stress, it is normal to feel anxious about all the things going on in your life. Signs of anxiety include worrying a lot, feeling restless, having trouble concentrating, feeling irritable, and having tense muscles (e.g. jaw). High anxiety levels may result in phobias and panic attacks. If you are feeling anxious or stressed, please call one of the numbers listed in this section.

~  Burnaby  ~

AnxietyBC Youth

7850 Edmonds Street, unit 9, 

Burnaby

phone604.525.7566

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youth.anxietybc.com/

What exactly is anxiety?

Anxiety is our body’s reaction to perceived danger or important events. Anxiety is like an internal alarm system. It alerts us to danger and helps our body prepare to deal with it. For example, it allows us to jump out of the way of a speeding car. It also helps us to perform at our best, like when you are studying for that final exam. Anxiety is something that everyone experiences from time to time.

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~  Maple Ridge  ~

Anxiety/Depression Group

11907 – 228th Street, 

Maple Ridge

Phone604.467.6911

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www.comservice.bc.ca/programs-services/mental-health-services/anx...

About Program
A facilitated support, skills development and maintenance group for individuals living with anxiety and/or depression.  The groups are small (8 – 12 individuals maximum), relaxed and informal.  There is no limit on the number of sessions you can attend for maintenance and support.

Cost is Free!

Sponsored by Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Communiity Services

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