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Stress and exercise

You can use exercise to stifle the buildup of stress in several ways. Certain activities, such as yoga, tai chi, or qi gong, and repetitive exercises, such as walking, running, or rowing, can help elicit the relaxation response. Regularly engaging in these kinds of activities can help you ward off everyday stress.…

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