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Techniques and psychotherapies used to control a person’s stress are called stress management. People can manage stress by keeping a positive attitude, accepting the fact that you cannot control everything, by being assertive, avoid being aggressive, exercising, practicing relaxation techniques (yoga, meditation, tai-chi), and getting enough sleep. People who are stressed for a long time without any gap in between are susceptible to develop severe mental and physical symptoms, so it is essential to manage stress before it causes permanent damage. If people find it difficult to manage stress and if it has started to affect there normal day to day activities, it is best to consult a psychiatrist. The psychiatrist with the help of psychotherapies like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), supportive therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and interpersonal therapy (IT) and medications can help manage stress.