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Distinguishing types of stress

Your body does a poor job of distinguishing between life-threatening events and day-to-day stressful situations. Anger or anxiety triggered by less momentous sources of stress, such as financial fears or traffic jams, doesn?t find a quick physical release and tends to build up as the day rolls on.…

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