Stress is a fact of life. It can come from any life change or unexpected event, even a happy one such as a promotion. You need a certain amount of stress to keep you focused and motivated. But when the stress level gets too high, it has the opposite effect - you feel upset and have trouble concentrating. If this continues over the long term, it can increase your risk of health problems, including heart disease, depression, infections, and sleep problems.
That's why it is so important to learn how to cope with stress. Everyone responds to stress in their own way. There is no "right" way to handle stress - you need to find out what works for you. Do our quiz to find the best way for you to handle stress.
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