To prevent and counteract stress, many tools have been studied and proven effective. However, stress is a subjective experience, the perception of a stressor varying from an individual to another. It is therefore important to find the strategies that suit us the best as individual, according to our response but also to many other factors such as the context or intensity of the stressor.
The above measures have been proven effective by numerous meta-analysis studies. Additionally, there are tools that have gathered evidence for effectiveness but need further studies to be considered as evidence-based interventions. These experimental interventions might thus be helpful.