Health Tip: Keep Stress in Check
(HealthDay News) -- Stress can creep into your daily life, affecting your health and your ability to perform everyday tasks.
The Cleveland Clinic suggests how to help combat stress:
Soak in a warm bath or read a good book.
Practice breathing exercises, indulge in a massage, or ask your partner for a backrub.
Jot down your thoughts in a journal or listen to some relaxing music.
Indulge in a nap, spend time visiting with a friend, or take a walk.
Take time to reflect spiritually.
Practice gentle stretching.
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