1. I found that I have many health-promoting behaviors, such as exercising, not drinking alcohol or smoking, always wearing a seatbelt, and I attend class regularly. I do have a few health-inhibiting factors, like overeating and not managing stress as well as I could.
2. The behavior that I could change is not managing my stress well. The main reason for changing this would be that stress can affect both physical and mental health. Stress can weaken your immune system and cause health problems. As an already anxious person, it’s important for me to manage my stress.
3. There are many steps I can take to lower my stress levels. I can take time to do things that I find relaxing, like reading and spending time in nature.
4. My major goal is to become less stressed; my secondary goals are
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To meditate more often
b. To take time to do relaxing things
c. And to think positively and not stress about small things
5. The most significant consequences of not dealing with stress are the health issues that can be caused by being stressed all the time, like digestive disorders, headaches, stomach ulcers, etc.
6. The only obstacles to my goal would be not having enough time for destressing.
7. There aren’t really any personal risks to being less stressed.
8. I foresee myself being happier and less anxious on a daily basis.
9. I do value my own wellness and am always taking steps to improve it. The only problem is that I get discouraged easily and don’t always stick to my plans. I am willing and motivated to deal with my