23. Make a change.
Changes in life can be scary but are necessary. You may be unhappy with a certain situation in your life, job, relationship, friend, and you need to take steps to make yourself happy. Stop letting other people bring you down and stop working the job that you hate. Changing yourself comes first, your happiness is first, figure out a way to change. Making changes end up hurting in the short term, but in the long term, you will have lasting joy.
24. Seek help.
If you find that none of these help you manage stress and symptoms continue, it is wise to seek professional advice from a doctor or counselor near you. Online therapy is a great alternative in the privacy of your own home. Seeking professional help can help you learn new coping skills. Developing skills to manage stress is important because you will have a toolbox full of skills to reduce stress at any time.
Consistent chest pains or persistent symptoms listed above you should consult with a medical professional immediately. None of these bullet points are medical advice, but do with this information what you will. I hope this article has helped your journey of life.