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Even if you are not feeling stress now, try applying one or more of the stress management techniques to your daily routine as a preventive measure.
Recognize the Hazards
Stress can affect a person’s mood by creating a sense of anxiety or feeling overwhelmed. One might also feel restless, irritable, or angry. Stress can bring about feelings of depression, sadness, or a lack of motivation or focus.
The body can react to stress in many ways. Headaches, chest pain, muscle aches, and an upset stomach are common. A person might feel fatigued or experience sleep disorders, like insomnia. Stress can also affect a person’s sex drive.
Aggressive driving and road rage are examples of stress manifesting itself in one’s driving behavior. A person experiencing stress may also respond by overeating or under-eating, withdrawing socially, and having angry outbursts. Abusing drugs, alcohol, or tobacco are other negative behaviors stress can trigger.
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