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Prevention of all stress is not possible, but there are strategies to manage stress more effectively, such as learning how to relax, taking regular exercise and adopting good time-management techniques.  Stress is not an illness in its self.  However, if stress is constant, the stress hormones remain in the body, leading to the symptoms that can affect feelings, thinking, behaviour and impacts how the body works.  Stress can lead to sleep problems, anxiety, irritability, low self-esteem, loss of appetite or difficult concentrating.  Headaches, muscle tension or pain or dizziness might also be experienced.  

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