Beat the stress before it beats you down

StressImage via WikipediaHere is a piece of advice from Economic Times - something that causes considerable amount of stress :-). 
"We all know that some stress, especially at the workplace, is worth experiencing, because it presents fresh challenges and excitement to help raise the bar for your performance. In fact, work-related stress has been found to enhance performance and productivity. However, a continuous overload of these stressful cues eventually bears on our mental and physical health; signs of which are visible to ourselves and people around us. Before it begins to gradually overwhelm our lives, relationships and work performance, we need to beat the stress and stay ahead of it. "
Please read the full article here. 

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