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Feeling stressed out? Welcome to the club. We all get stressed from time to time and, unfortunately, stress has a way of affecting your entire well-being. It can cause headaches, trouble sleeping, appetite changes, mood swings and more.
The effects of stress tend to build up over time. Long-term stress weakens your immune system and can cause a number of health problems or make existing problems worse.
Since stress is an inevitable part of life, how can you protect your health? Here are 15 things you can do today to relieve stress:
Learn 7 ways to make friends with your worries.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by stress, you may need some extra support. Talk to your doctor about seeking help from a professional.
Get support from Linden Oaks Behavioral Health.
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