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Exercise as stress reducer

Using large muscle groups in a rhythmic, repetitive fashion can be a great stress buster. Walking and jogging are good examples. Even a simple 20-minute stroll can clear the mind and reduce stress. And the same stretching exercises that help relax your muscles after a hard workout will help relax your mind as well. …

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