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You have negative stress in your life right now. Your lifestyle is relaxed, and you have a calm, sustainable routine that allows you to relax, enjoy time with friends and family, get out into nature, and exercise. You don't need a chill pill at all. In fact, you should teach others the secret behind your Zen lifestyle.
You have very little stress in your life right now. No one can avoid stress altogether, but you're doing a pretty good job of managing the inevitable annoyances that can cause anxiety and depression. You know how to look after yourself and make sure you eat well, exercise, and have both quiet 'me time' and some fun socialization in your regular routine.
You have a below-average level of stress in your life right now. While very few people have zero stress, you have created a relaxed lifestyle that allows you to spend time quietly alone as well as getting out and about to do the things you love. You manage to balance work and home, and others envy your ability to shrug off stressors and stay positive through the negative.
You have a normal level of stress in your life right now. It is almost impossible to avoid encountering stress in life, but you are doing an excellent job of handling tough situations and remaining calm under pressure. You sometimes feel overwhelmed and can become angry when life throws too many complications into your path, but in general, you are able to deal with the bad along with the good. Keep calm, and carry on!
You have a higher than normal level of stress in your life right now. You have encountered more pressure, negative events, and complications than you can comfortably handle, and you are finding it hard to look on the bright side. Take a deep breath, and focus on what you can do to help yourself stay calm and healthy. You are as important as anything or anyone else. Make time to pamper and take care of yourself and your health, eat regularly, and prioritize having fun as well as working.
You have a high level of stress in your life right now and are coping with some changes that have you under a lot of pressure. Studies show that high levels of stress can affect your health, so make sure you are taking care of yourself as well as everyone and everything else. Review your regular routine to see if there are any changes you can make that will reduce the pressure on you. Even if there's nothing you can change, you can help reduce your stress by taking 'me time' breaks (even a couple of minutes counts), eating healthily and regularly, and getting outside and exercising.