Everyone suffers from stress, but stress not necessarily have to be a negative factor. 
In the form of mental presure, stress can be a powerful force. It can be a motivator-urging us to carry out tasks or conquer problems and achieve certain goals in our lives. Ignoring stress, however, will lead to feelings of tension and fatigue. 

Chronic psychological stress can increase the chance of developing a number of harmful conditions, including migraine headaches, digestive disorders and impaired memory. Depression, premenstrual tension, sleep disorders and weight fluctuations are other possible side effects of unresolved stress

Overcome stress should be the first step towards improving the body. Take some time out and begin to think about the sources of any stress and agitation in your life. Before jumping to conclusions or blaming other people or things, think positively. Look for solutions that could help to resolve the stress. Try to approach each day with a positive attitude.
Begin to seek pleasure or pleasant situations rather than crisis ot conflict. Think about how much better you look when your face is not expressing tension. Now imagine what a more serene demeanour could do to improve your overall sense of self. Rest is a powerful stressbuster, according to Teresa Hale. "Society is so geared up" she says. And she adds, "We are living in exciting times, but there is no time to rest.

 Today people not only work hard, but when they are away from the ofice, they work more". Any free time is used to exercise, or perhaps freelance, or work around the house. "Relaxing", continues Hale, "is like leaving a field fallow to renew itself". If you find winding down quite difficut, seek help from others. "Have a massage once a week", Hale suggests. "It wil help balance your mood, and it is good for the skin because it gets the blood circulating throughout the whole body".
Sleep can be used as another natural form of stress relief. 
The hours we spend asleep replenish the body's supply of neuro-transmitters-hormones that hep produce a positive mood. Those who sleep better tend to be happier and more confident than those who deny themseves rest or suffer from insomnia. A study in the USA discovered that people who only manage to sleep for four to five hours a night felt stressed and more depreseed than those who slept for eight hours. A good nght's sleep, which experts calculate at an uninterrupted eight hours, will leave the body feeling relaxed and ready to handle the challenges of the day ahead. Although everyone needs different amounts of sleep, experts recommend developing consistent habits by faling asleep and waking up at nearly the same time each day.