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Coping with stress

Helping you cope with long-term and short-term stress

There are a variety of coping mechanisms for stress, from breathing exercises to herbal remedies, and it is worth trying a few to see which work for you. On this page, mental wellbeing advisor Marianna Kilburn discusses a range of ways to cope with stress.

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  • Terence's photo avatar
    Terence — 08.12.2017 08:14
    I suffer from erectile dysfunction order


    • marianna's photo avatar
      marianna — 08.12.2017 14:49
      Hello Terrance, The causes of Erectile dysfunction can be physical or psychological. Stress can be a contributory factor but there can be other reasons, such as medication, an enlarged prostate (BHP) or poor circulation. It might be a good idea to get this symptom checked out by the doctor, first of all. If I can be of further assistance let me know.


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