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Identification of Stressors : Worksheet

Identify your daily stressors.

Biological Stressors include: allergies, quality of sleep, discomfort, pain, medical procedures, autoimmune disorders, health concerns, age, medical history

Psychological Stressors include: mental health triggers, anxiety, anger, fear, self-talk, self-image, confidence levels, diagnoses, quality of sleep, grief, big life changes, loss of income, (perceived) threats to survival

Social Stressors include: personal and professional relationships, communication, societal constraints, interpersonal conflicts with others


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Identify weekly or monthly stressors. Examples are: bills/finances, meetings, events, etc.


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When you find yourself dealing with a stressor how (and where) do you feel it in your body? (does it feel tense/restricted/inflamed/hot/cold/numb/empty/light/heavy etc)


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How do you manage your stressors?

How do you manage your response to your stressors?


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