How to manage stress: An interactive course
An interactive and interactive course on stress management, including information on coping with stress, has been launched by the government of India, which aims to provide a safe, effective and efficient way of managing stress in society.
The course, which is being developed by the Ministry of Health, Family Welfare and Family Development (MoHFWD), will teach students how to manage their stress and how to identify symptoms of stress.
It will also be used by medical professionals to help them manage their patients’ symptoms.
“The aim of the course is to help you understand the nature of stress and its impact on your life and how it can be managed,” a ministry spokesperson said in a statement.
“Stress management is the most important task in the life of a patient and also in their lives.
This course will help you to understand the impact of stress on patients, their families and society.
Students will be given guidance on how to approach their patients, provide them with a safe environment, and help them to identify the most common symptoms of their illness.”
The ministry said the course would be made available to public and private entities on the internet for free and would be open to all age groups.
The ministry also said that the online course would help the government understand how the public and public sector should take up the issue of stress, and to educate the public on ways to manage it.
“It is not only the government but the healthcare sector as well that is responsible for managing stress.
The government has an opportunity to take up this important task.
It is a challenge for us to make the education accessible to all the public.
This will help the healthcare industry to become more effective,” the ministry said.
According to a recent report, the world’s fifth largest economy has about 3.4 million people with major health problems.
The country has the highest number of chronic health problems in the world with more than 300 million people.
India has seen an increase in its incidence of stress-related illnesses over the past decade, with more people suffering from the condition.
India’s Health Ministry has been focusing on managing stress through stress management courses and stress management education programs, which have been found to help reduce stress.