You have several lines of action.
Stress is not a consequence of a lack of time.
Stress is a consequence of its misuse, wrong behavior.
The main mistake that leads to stress is the desire for total control, the consequence of which is the habit of thinking about several things at the same time, or even trying to do them)
And you need to think about only one thing at a time, and do it. And do it exactly within the limits in which you can do it at the moment. And, having done, postpone and forget about it - until the moment when you consider it possible and necessary to return to it. And move on to the next.
This sequence allows you to avoid stress.
When other people constantly overwhelm you with things that you did not plan or intend to do, or you overwhelm yourself with them , - stress is inevitable.
If you don’t know how to relieve stress, you don’t need to "dress" it. Prevention is much more effective than curing the consequences.
Here, of course, you need to figure out more specifically what you mean by the word "stress", that is, in what form and how it manifests itself in you. This can be from severe anxiety, or through measured control, or simply accumulated fatigue or burnout. In each of these cases, the solutions will be slightly different. But all methods have three ideas:
Change attitudes towards the cause of stress.
Prevention is a set of energy, "recharging", including emotional. It is very important to rest on time and with quality. That is, more often to do those actions that energize you.
Gradually accustom yourself to stress. Try to do something new for each child. First, in the little things, from "eat with the other hand" to "go the other way." Then strengthen - go towards the thing that makes you fear. Discipline is important here - a little bit every day with increasing effect. The trick here is that over time your brain gets used to such a "stressful" load and more "minor" events do not cause you any discomfort.