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Taking a break from study, research and writing reduces stress. Infographic offers some tips to keep calm when the pressure is on.

Taking a break from study, research and writing reduces stress. Infographic offers some tips to keep calm when the pressure is on.

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things you CAN control: how long the massage is going to be, how many foils to get in your hair, whether to get a mani or pedi or both. hahaha. Not to cheapen this list or anything. Just, I find that the only thing I want to do when I'm stressed is get pampered. Unfortunately my wallet does not allow me to do such things so I usually just end up doing number 1, 2, or 8..

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from The Huffington Post

LOOK: This Is Your Body On Anxiety

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Research suggests that quieting the mind is one of the best things we can do to improve our overall health. Finding a few minutes a day to learn meditation is a great way to relieve stress and quiet the mind.

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from goop

Where Stress Gets Stuck in the Body—And How to Release It

In a new video collaboration, Lauren Roxburgh teams up with a medium, meditation leader, and author Jill Willard to help us manage stress depending on how we react to it in the body.

Some of the physical symptoms of stress and anxiety that are the first to go away with appropriate intervention. Blisshypnotherapy.co.uk

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“Memory is the diary we all carry about with us” so said Oscar Wilde. But are some people’s diaries more accurate than others? What happens if you can’t naturally remember lots of things? That would put certain students at a disadvantage, as memory is an important skill needed to do well at school. This blog …

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Massage therapy helps to reduce stress, improve circulation, soothe aching muscles, release tension from muscles, reduces or lowers blood pressure and stimulates the immune system. With all these effects combined it causes the body to go into a natural relaxed state.

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