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Unformatted text preview: combination of the anger and anxiety. Health effects of continuous high levels of stress may comprise of immune system deficiencies, infections, and diseases. Emotional instability would ensue because of the anxiety and depression. This could ultimately lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, and possibly a stroke. Backaches, fatigue, headaches, and indigestion may also occur. Ulcers or acid reflux may arise because of the constant indigestion. A person may effectively resolve this situation by organizing the work flow. Prepare a detailed list of projects and impending deadlines. Prioritize the list with the most important listed first to the least important. Prioritizing the work projects will enable a person to fulfill their duties and have the satisfaction of completing their work. If necessary, do not hesitate to speak to the boss that assistance is needed to complete the less important projects. EFFECTS OF STRESS 3...
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