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hether it’s pressing deadlines, juggling work and family or chipping away at a never-ending to-do list, 40 per cent of us feel stressed daily, reports the Health and Safety), thinks not. ‘Stress is really coming from within us,’ he says. ‘It is our inability to manage thoughts and emotions that are causing our stress levels to soar.’ Prolonged mental and emotional stress drains your energy, or Qi, believes Master Oh, which increases anxiety and fear – creating a self-perpetuating cycle. Practising positivity, self-reflection, gratitude and meditation will help to build your Qi – and, therefore, your ability to manage stress. Try the new Stress Out Test at .

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