Even though stress is an inevitable part of life, you shouldn’t ignore it. Untreated stress can have serious negative effects on both physical and mental health. Many people experience stress on a daily basis. Everyday stresses, such as those related to work, family, health, and finances, can often lead to higher stress levels.
Additionally, a person’s susceptibility to stress is influenced by factors like genetics, the amount of social support they receive, their coping mechanisms, and their personality, so some people are more likely to experience stress than others.
The good news is that stress is typically controllable. Whether it’s family stress or work stress, you can lessen your stress with a little perseverance and a few helpful techniques that we listed in our post.
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