Harvard Heart Letter

Your heart’s desire: A daily practice to relieve stress

Every day, carve out a little time to release your worries and relax your mind. It may counteract the heart-damaging effects of stress. Stress is an inevitable part of life. People often fret over day-to-day hassles such as traffic jams and unpaid bills, not to mention the relentless news about natural disasters and political crises. Many are also coping with the added anguish of divorce, illness, or death within their families. …

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