How to manage election stress

Believe it or not, Election Day is upon us. While you may be finalizing your plans for the day, it is easy to become overly anxious or stressed as you await the results.

Dr. Eric Storch, professor and vice chair of psychiatry and behavioral sciences and vice chair of psychology at Baylor College of Medicine, shares this advice to help cope with election stress:


Learn more about the Baylor Psychiatry Clinic or call (713) –798–4857.

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