You Don't Have to be Controlled by Stress
Stress—we have all felt it at one time or another. But, many people feel stress often. Some even feel it as a part of their daily lives.
Stress can contribute to numerous conditions, like coronary artery disease, stroke, immune disorders, gastrointestinal problems, eating problems, sleep disturbances, and sexual problems. Learning to reduce your stress can help you live happier, healthier, and maybe even longer.
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