Stress is your mind's and body's response to demanding situations or events. But too much stress, or stress that lasts too long, can take a toll.

At Evernorth, we've got your back. Our toolkit can help you tame your stress and build skills to manage future stress better.

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Improve Your Juggling Act

If you need help juggling the demands of work and life, check with your Human Resources department, benefits center, or employee assistance program. 

Your employer-sponsored benefits may include resources to help address everyday demands, or help you access childcare, eldercare, convenience services, and more.

Looking for something else? Contact your local United Way for additional information on community resources. 

Assess Your Stress

Use these interactive tools, available through Healthwise®, to measure your stress level and find out how well you cope:
What is your stress level?
How well do you bounce back?

Strengthen Your Coping Skills

Find more help through coaching and other resources.  Check with your Human Resources department, benefits center, or employee assistance program to discover what resources are available to you.

Ask if your employer-sponsored benefit program offers coaching or stress management resources. You may have access to telephone-based and or online programs for managing stress.

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More Mindfulness Resources
Through our behavioral solutions, we offer differentiated, customer-centered care to meet your unique needs. Try the following components for mindfulness:

Mindfulness means living in the moment. Practicing mindfulness can help lower your stress levels. Here are some resources and simple, effective exercises1 to manage stress through mindfulness:

Mindfulness audio files: Click to access or download free audio on mindfulness.

Benefits of mindfulness: Read this article and learn how living in the moment can be good for your health and help manage stress.


1Mindfulness Meditations created by Diana Winston for the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC). © 2015-2022 The Regents of the University of California. All Rights Reserved.

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