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Learning To Relax

There’s no avoiding it - stress is a fact of life. Learning to relax could be the strongest defence against this modern-day curse.

Learning To Relax
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We all experience some form of stress at some stage of our lives.

Yet being able to relax is one of the best ways to cope with the physical and emotional stresses.

If you feel you’ve lost the ability to relax, perhaps its time you learnt the simple rules behind this simplest of pleasures.

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines stress as ‘the reaction people may have when presented with demands and pressures that are not matched to their knowledge and abilities and which challenge their ability to cope.’

A number of physical changes take place as your body relaxes that can help to relieve accumulated physical stress and help your body.

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Different Ways of Relaxing
Different Ways of Relaxing
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Relaxation is as subjective an experience as stress.

Just as there are many stressors that evoke different reactions, there are many ways to relax that, depending on your personal make-up, provide varying degrees of relaxation.

Some relaxation strategies are more effective than others, but anything that helps you to unwind can count as relaxation.



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