While everyone experiences stress at times, a prolonged period of stress can affect your health and ability to cope with life. Those who take care of themselves are more likely to succeed when placed in a stressful situation.
There are two types of stress, emotional and physical. Emotional stress usually occurs in situations people consider difficult or challenging, such as juggling a busy schedule or preparing for an exam. Physical stress is a physical reaction of the body to a trigger, such as the pain you feel after surgery. Physical stress can lead to emotional stress and emotional stress can often occur as physical stress, such as stomach cramps.
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We’ve developed a new tool on our website allowing you to see content most relevant to you and your preferred location. It’s our way of making the information you need, more personalized.
You’ll find this feature labeled “Set My Location” throughout the website. Most often, you’ll see it in the top left corner of every page.
You’ll also find a feature that allows you to set your location temporarily, as seen below.