When it comes to stress, we can all agree that many things will reduce stress. For example, it is important to get adequate sleep every night. If you're stressed at work, get some rest and let your body get its rest. You can also try meditation to reduce stress. The key is to know what works, and then implement them. As a matter of fact, when people are stressed, they're very reluctant to give advice. If you can figure out what helps you, and implement it, they will follow your example. As you can see, the right kind of advice will make a big difference.
Now, to get you thinking and to motivate you, here is a question from a fellow who is a medical doctor. He said, "I'm a surgeon and I know the risks involved with surgery. What would you recommend to someone who is considering surgery for the first time?" I'll explain the answer below: 1) Don't surgery. I see so many people who are trying to figure out how to make a surgery like a surgery because they are scared. The reality is that surgery will take you out of your regular life for at least 3 months. There is no medical cure.