Health Tip: Exercise to Help Ease Stress
(HealthDay News) -- One of the many great reasons to get regular exercise is that it helps keep stress under control.
The American Council on Exercise mentions these exercise tips:
Don't exercise in your office or your employer's fitness center. Instead, travel away from work to take your mind off your job.
Consider working out in a group if you work by yourself.
Every 90 minutes, take a short break to take a walk or climb the stairs.
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