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Stress is a tricky thing. Sometimes we are stressed over a big event or a project at work – but most of the time, it is over the little day-to-day things. It is important to learn how to manage stress, as it can raise blood pressure, contribute to sleep deprivation and cause increased – or decreased – appetite.
Robert Tanney, MD, Family Medicine at NorthShore, shares 7 unique ways to manage your stress:
How do you manage stress?