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Stress Relief via Exercise

Are you looking to mix stress relief with your exercise routine?   Both elements can co-exist if you know what exercises can help relieve stress and which ones can actually cause it.   It is true.   Certain exercises can increase stress hormones throughout the body and can cause muscle inflammation.   Check out this article for all of the stress management exercises you should be doing:

By Jessica Smith
From Shape.com

Stress Relief via Exercise

We’re not suggesting you skip your workout—just make sure it’s balanced and responsive to your body’s needs. For example, if you find yourself under a lot of stress, you may want to restore your energy level with a flowing, gentle sweat session instead of that killer spin class. And while meditation is a proven stress reducer, it isn’t for everyone (and who really has the time or patience for it?). If you prefer to stay in motion, we recommend trying any or all of these relaxing (but dynamic) mind/body workouts:

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Stress Relief via exercise can help keep you energized through your day.

These exercises make stress relief easy.   That is the way managing stress should be!  Stress management should not be stressful.   If you want to learn more about stress management practices, please go to our webpage.

 

 

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