How you eat and sleep and handle situations can affect yourn stress level. It’s the focus this month marking National Stress Awareness Month, a time of year dedicated to letting people know how stress can impact the mind and body and what we can do to cope with it.Medical Director of Psychiatric Services at Baptist Health Corbin, Dr. Mazhar Salim, said stress is inevitable and it can often lead to larger mental and physical issues if left unmanaged.Dr. Salim said the hardest part in dealing with stress may not be the impact itself, but recognizing the symptoms before they escalate.
Source: MG News
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