In an emergency, fear and anxiety are a natural reaction. However, there are ways to prepare for those tense, anxious moments with an emotional toolkit that helps you cope and respond effectively during a disaster. Brain research suggests that mindfulness can lower blood pressure, reduce depression and anxiety, and rewire parts of the brain. Prepare now by exploring simple tips and tools at an engaging, interactive webinar with disaster preparedness experts from Oregon State University Extension. At the end of the presentation, lines will be opened for discussion with participants.
This free, 30-minute session, Dealing with Stress, will be on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. The link to register for this webinar is https://oregonstate.zoom.us/…/WN_hhRXN9nXTaefCcqiKXKIwA. Register by noon on December 14.
Webinars in this Disaster Preparedness series are sponsored by the City of Astoria Fire Department. For more preparedness information, including the Survival Basics: Stress Less booklet, see Oregon State University Extension’s Cascadia Earthquake Preparedness resource page at https://extension.oregonstate.edu/cascadia-earthquake…. Resources are available in English and Spanish and free to view or download.