Stress has been called the “health epidemic of the 21st century” by the World Health Organization and is estimated to cause huge losses to productivity and performances
The word ‘stress’ has reached importance of significant proportions in our society. Be it about financial worries, one’s professional life, balancing work life challenges, health worries, or due to having high expectations from oneself, stress seems to have permeated deeply into our society. According to some estimates, financial worries and people’s professional life are responsible for the majority of their stressful situations. Oxford Dictionaries defines the term ‘stress’ as . . .
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