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How to reduce stress? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 15-Aug-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:kindly suggest me how to reduce the stress
Doctor:Every one has stress. But how you handle stress is what going to make you healthy or unhealthy.
Doctor:There are plenty of options that are available to handle stress. You can find an individual way to handle it more effectively by talking to your friends and family. Some methods of stress busters
Doctor:which I suggest are:
Doctor:1. Make sure you sleep adequately. A good and undisturbed sleep for 6-8 hours is quite often enough to relieve stress effects.
Doctor:2. Eat your food at regular intervals. Missing food and hunger can reduce your capabilities to handle stress.
Doctor:3. Start exercise. Early morning walks are rejuvenating.
Doctor:4. Practice yoga and transcedental meditation.
Doctor:5. Reinvent your hobbies and explore other extra activity/hobby.
Doctor:5. Take timely off from work. May be plan a trip with family and friends.
Doctor:6. Practice deep breathing exercise. Music can be helpful too.
Doctor:7. Lastly if you are sexually active, try sexual intercourse at more frequent intervals.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:Do you have any questions?
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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