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Stress is a part of our lives and there’s no getting around it. But as much as we all live with it, many of us misunderstand some of the basics about stress and its role in our lives. Why does this matter?

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Stress often is accompanied by an array of physical reactions. These symptoms can be characteristic of other physical or mental disorders.

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Everyone experiences stress at some point in life. Hans Selye, a scientist who popularised the concept of stress, said: “Stress as a scientific concept suffers the misfortune of being too widely known and too poorly understood”.

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Understanding the causes and effects of workplace stress is important to developing strategies for change. The critical component of any stress management program is the belief that alternatives exist.

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One could argue that stress is bad and feel intuitively that it must be harmful to health. Then again, human beings have always been subject to stress.

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