By Tacuma Roeback, Black Men's Health
Suggestions from the editor-on-chief of the innovative and passionate digital publication for Black men
“It’s not stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it.”
Hans Selye, the first doctor to identify stress as a factor for illness, reportedly uttered that quote.
Now, it’s well understood that stress can cause disease. Because stress is ever present – in our interpersonal relationships and work environments – the most life-preserving thing Black men can do is to practice emotional wellness.
Here are six emotional wellness activities you can do right now to reduce stress.