Beth Ruhmann

How can we deal with stress? Beth Ruhmann, Community Health Program Coordinator with Baptist Health South Florida, talks about good and bad stress and some approaches that can help us to manage stress, such as healthy living, sharing with others, and identifying stress triggers. There are different types of stress. Beth Ruhmann, Community Health Program Coordinator with Baptist Health South Florida, talks about how traumatic stress can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder, and how people usually describe how stressed they are. What makes you feel stressed? Beth Ruhmann, Community Health Program Coordinator with Baptist Health South Florida, talks about jobs, holidays, vacations, family issues, and other common stressors. How can mindfulness improve your mental health? Beth Ruhmann, Community Health Program Coordinator with Baptist Health South Florida, explains mindfulness as a form of meditation, and how getting quiet is helpful to reduce stress. There are physical signs of stress that you can identify in yourself and others. Beth Ruhmann, Community Health Program Coordinator with Baptist Health South Florida, explains them, such as sweaty palms, stomach “butterflies”, and heart rate increase. Is stress different from what it was years ago? Beth Ruhmann, Community Health Program Coordinator with Baptist Health South Florida, talks about its evolution and how it affects people now. Is it possible to have vacations without being stressed? Beth Ruhmann, Community Health Program Coordinator with Baptist Health South Florida, gives us some tips, such as reducing the expectations about them because they will never be perfect, and to handle problems in a different way, among others.

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