Stress cartoon (A list)

In this brief blog post, we have compiled a list of Stress cartoon images and videos which you may like.

Stress cartoons are a very easy way to find some humour when you are feeling stressed, low or down.

They may provide you with a momentary pause from life’s events and give you time to feel rejuvenated simply by laughing at the content in front of you. Not all stress cartoons are about humour.

Some stress cartoons are genuine attempts by the creators to actually educate you about stress, its dangers and how to manage it or get rid of it entirely so it doesn’t consume your whole day.

Techniques to manage stress?

You could try taking your mind off whatever is worrying you by meditating.

You could go for a run to get your heart rate up and energise yourself.

You could do some work around the house or even start cooking after that time.

You could watch a movie which will hopefully be both relaxing and humorous.

You can volunteer to a cause you are passionate about if you feel this will help reduce your stress.

There are various ways to manage your stress and if you find you are unable to manage it then some professional help may be needed.

Some of these stress cartoons are pictures whilst the rest are videos.

The first batch of 10 stress cartoons

The second batch of 10 stress cartoons

The third batch of 10 stress cartoons

Stress cartoon videos

We have also compiled a host of videos which contain stress cartoons which you may enjoy

Side Note: I have tried and tested various products and services to help with my anxiety and depression. See my top recommendations here, as well as a full list of all products and services our team has tested for various mental health conditions and general wellness.

If you find that you are struggling with stress and anxiety and your mental wellbeing is deteriorating then you may want to seek further professional help.

If you have any other stress cartoon or image you want us to add in this post then please notify us via the comments.

If you are under 18 then CAMHS, an NHS run programme may just be the answer for your mental health struggles.

You should look to see if you meet the CAMHS referral criteria and then fill in the CAMHS referral form.

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