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Despite being a part of everyday life, stress is this generation’s primary antagonist. Stress gets too overwhelming at times that people have a hard time coping with it. While enough pressure could be necessary to bring out the best in us, having too much of it is not good.
In fact, excessive stress is often attributed to migraines, diarrhea, constipation, insomnia, frequent infections, and loss of sexual drive.
Extreme cases could even result to depression, other mental problems, skin problems, and even cardiovascular diseases.
When pressure abounds, how do you relieve stress?
Some unwind by relaxing after a hard day’s work, while others resort to stress-eating, which would inevitably lead to obesity.
While there are several ways to manage stress by keeping it to the minimum or tolerable level, experts have also provided healthy and practical tips to alleviate anxiety. Among these are simple and doable ways such as walking, getting the right nutrition, acupressure, breathing exercises, and ketosis.
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