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What's the best way to release years of accumulated stress? I heard meditation is good - anyone know anything else?

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Exercise is my go-to stress releaser   by GlacialHealth   8 year 1 of 1 (100%)

I'm a strong advocate of exercise. There is nothing for helping your release the physical buildup of stress and shifting your hormonal makeup. Exercise is what nature designed your stress response to be!

Also, when it comes down to the psychology of stress, exercise makes you feel stronger and more confident about taking on challenges. It helps you get over the worries and doubts that may have built up over time.

I'm also intrigued by the herb, eleuthero. It seems to have a powerful - yet gentle and safe - impact on helping your body adjust to stress and find balance again.

Here are some other tips (along with eleuthero and exercise):

Hope this helps!
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Time Management Simplified   by #206271   6 year 0 of 1 (0%)

Discover Where Your Time Goes – The first step in effective time management is knowing how you are actually spending your time every single day.

Start Transforming Your Activities – Poor time management is often the result of having too many unnecessary activities throughout the day. Some of these activities, such as watching TV, may not exactly be completely harmful if you can learn how to control how much time you devote to them.

Change How You Do Things – If your days are filled with activities that are essential to your work or family life, but you’re still falling behind, you need to change how you do things.

You can read a 3 part article about this topic at:

I hope that helps.
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