Not knowing where your stress comes from I will list a few antidotes:
Progressive muscle relaxation, Meditation, Exercise/Dance, Nutritious Meals, Qi Gong/Tai Chi, Tapping, Reflexology, Releasing erroneous beliefs, Positive Attitude, and Self Talk. Be more organized/Manage Time, Keep a journal, Be compassionate and forgiving to self and others, Be balanced with self and in relationships, Release anger and anxieties, Massage Therapy, Aroma, Art, Music, Yoga, Acupressure, Acupuncture, Ayurvidic Medicine, Allopathic, Homeopathic.
In case you like to read, here are a few books on stress management:
Stress: What it is, what it can do to your health, How to fight back by Walter McQuade and Ann Alkman; Mastery of Stress: Techniques for Relaxation in the workplace by Paul Skye; Stress Power: How to turn tension into energy by Robert A. Anderson; The Stress Response: Diet and Lifestyle Program by Bill Cortright; The Tapping Solution: A revolutionary system for Stress Free - Living by Nick Ortner; The Everything Stress Management book: Practical ways to relax, be healthy & maintain your Sanity by Eve Adamson.
You can also consult a licensed psychologist and go for therapy to help learn coping skills that will be tailored for you.
Take care and be safe,
Dr. Lata Sonpal