From moving house to starting a new job or even taking a long-haul flight, we all have our stressful moments. But if you’re one out of four people who suffer from persistent stress, it can have a huge impact on everything from your emotional health to your waistline. And studies reveal that women are more likely to suffer than men.
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Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, author of Fast Asleep, Wide Awake (HarperCollins), explains it’s partly down to the role women tend to assume – according to Ramlakhan, managing a job alongside looking after partners and children can make women more at risk of burnout.
Take the test to discover your stress trigger, plus Dr Nerina will explain how you can manage your trigger better and avoid burnout…
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