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Take A Breather Deep breaths raise your body's blood oxygen levels, which can help increase your energy and alertness by lowering blood pressure and slowing your heart rate. The idea is to breathe deeply into your belly, not your chest. While sitting upright, inhale slowly through your nose and feel your abdomen push out, then exhale slowly through your mouth. Alternatively, a method used for quick energy in yoga calls for quick inhaling and exhaling through your nose while your mouth is closed. It is recommended to take 3 of these rapid br...
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Headaches Whether you realize it or not, you clench your jaw when you're under stress or anxiety. This puts pressure on the muscles that connect your jaw and your temples and will usually lead to a headache from the tension. Try putting a pencil or a pen between your teeth to naturally relax your jaw. Make sure you don't bite or chew on it though, because you'll be right back where you started. Hypertension New research from the University of Florence in Italy suggests that people who are already on a medication to help lower blood pressure...
How To Reduce Your Risk For The #1 Cause Of Illness
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One way of combating stress that won’t cost you anything more than your time is meditation. Whether or not you have any of these kinds of conditions, you can feel the effects of meditation even if it’s just for five minutes a day. Just like with exercise though, the more you can do it, the better. There are many types of meditation, but whichever you choose, do it as often as possible. Whether it’s during the day, or when you lay down to go to sleep at night.
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