Stress Management: Strategies for Individuals
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Smith, Suzanna, and Joe Pergola. 2003. “Stress Management: Strategies for Individuals: FCS2077A/FY515, Rev. 1/2003”. EDIS 2003 (7). Gainesville, FL.


In this publication we review basic information about stress—what it, what causes it, and what it does to your body. Understanding stress is the first step in preventing and managing it so it does not take a toll on your
physical and emotional health and relationships. This document is FCS2077A, one of a series of the Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, IFAS, University of Florida. First Publication: June 1989 as FCS2081. Reviewed: August 1999. Revised: January 2003.
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