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Stress has a variety of symptoms: physical (headaches, muscle aches, nausea, trouble sleeping, fatigue), emotional (sadness, sense of isolation, restlessness, feeling overwhelmed, irritability), cognitive (poor concentration, worrying, anxious thoughts, impaired judgement), and behavioral (altered sleeping and eating habits, lying, desire for isolation, trouble getting along).

Stress has a number of symptoms: physical (headaches, body aches, nausea, sleep disturbance, tiredness), mental (sadness, sense of loneliness, restlessness, feeling depressed, irritability), cognitive (poor focus, worrying, anxious thinking, impaired judgment), and behavioral (altered sleeping and eating patterns, lying, preference for solitude, difficulty getting along).

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Study Stress-15 Things You Need to Know

Stress has a variety of symptoms: physical (headaches, muscle aches, nausea, trouble sleeping, fatigue), emotional (sadness, sense of isolation, restlessness, feeling overwhelmed, irritability), cognitive (poor concentration, worrying, anxious thoughts, impaired judgement), and behavioral (altered sleeping and eating habits, lying, desire for isolation, trouble getting along).

Stress has a number of symptoms: physical (headaches, body aches, nausea, sleep disturbance, tiredness), mental (sadness, sense of loneliness, restlessness, feeling depressed, irritability), cognitive (poor focus, worrying, anxious thinking, impaired judgment), and behavioral (altered sleeping and eating patterns, lying, preference for solitude, difficulty getting along).

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