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Stress is a growing problem in modern society; in fact, it is estimated that 25% of absenteeism from work is related to stress. Here at A.Vogel Talks Stress, our mental wellbeing advisor, Marianna Kilburn, provides information on stress, its causes, symptoms and treatments, as well as handy hints and tips to reduce your stress. There is also a Q&A service where Marianna answers any stress-related questions you have.

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    Marie — 06.12.2017 09:55
    My immune system has been at rock bottom since October due to a very stressful family situation that I can't fix. I've had antibiotics and steroids for bronchitis but my nose and lungs are still producing an extraordinary amount of mucous . I don't eat dairy. But my cough is so chesty. I've tried Echinacea and vit c . And im a great believer in your ivy thyme but its not helping this time. Im trying to be positive.

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      Marianna — 07.12.2017 17:52
      It certainly seems that the continued stress is making it hard for your immune system to recover. I would recommend that you continue taking Echinaforce three times a day and regular doses of Vitamin C to support your lungs. If you eat any refined sugar, it’s worth keeping this to an absolute minimum and also be sure to drink plenty of water. Your nervous system could well benefit from extra support too at this time, so you could try taking Stress Relief Daytime whilst you continue to be under stress. Do hope you are soon on the mend.

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