Area of Health: RELAXATIONStress can induce most lifestyle diseases. Uncontrolled high stress could reduce your body’s immune response and it may increase blood pressure, along with contributing to fatigue, depression, and inflammation. Managing your body’s ability adapt to stress, as well as reducing its stress load, will help with long term quality of life and longevity. We will teach you simple exercises that anyone can do to help reduce stress, and provide information to fully understand the importance of not only controlling stress, but finding balance, in all stages of your life.
TIPS FOR BETTER RELAXATION:
Schedule times throughout the day to take 2 minute "breathing" breaks to de-stress, consider using an alarm on your phone
End your day with a warm bath or shower
Drinking a hot camomile tea after dinner could aid in digestion and relaxation of your body
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