This is a "fruit of a poison tree" situation.
It begins with using Myers-Briggs as a reference for this discussion, and then gets worse when it proceeds to use M-B definitions of introvert and extrovert as bases for offering strategies and tips to real people.
It's OK to seek to identify elements of personality and behavior, and to compile lists of traits as references for discussing them; but this approach breaks down, often completely, when you look at actual people. It gets even worse when we try to advise these people re: how to manage their interactions with other people within the workplace, ignoring the characteristics of the other people and the workplace.
Finally, as to issues of stress, I've been a consultant/tech for close to 20 years, and I've taught stress management for over 25, and with all due respect to Tony Bowers, whose work I appreciate, and Sherrie Haynie, whom I don't know at all, this attempt at discussion of "introverts" and "stress" begs on bended knee infinitely more questions than it answers.
All that having been said, thanks for trying.
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