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As someone who has been diagnosed with a serious health condition, it's unlikely that you need anyone explaining what stress is to you. (We do explain it "just in case.")

Stress can be injurious to your health and can show up in a variety of ways.

There are a wide variety of techniques available for stress management including communicating with other people, deep breathing, exercise, diet, writing, and getting rest and relaxation. If you're already familiar with stress management techniques, the article cited in "To Learn More" may be a good refresher course, or may even teach you something new.

There are also useful techniques for dealing with holiday and post holiday depression, and waiting for test results

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