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Keep Stress Under Control

Ongoing stress can increase your risk of many health problems, including heart disease, obesity, depression, and diabetes.

Everyone experiences stress from time to time, but if you feel constant stress and experience physical symptoms (such as headaches, back or neck pain, difficulty sleeping), it’s probably time to take action.

There are things you can do to reduce or cope with stress. Here are a few resources to help you:

If you think you would benefit from talking to someone other than family and friends, find a mental health facility in your area.

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