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Sleep

When you don't get enough sleep, your body produces extra stress hormones, making you more vulnerable to stress. But too much sleep can also cause problems. The key is to get balanced sleep, which for most people means, on average, about eight hours a night.

Diet

Not eating enough can cause moodiness and irritability. And skipping breakfast is one of the most common reasons for dips in blood sugar and midmorning crankiness! 

Exercise

Exercise is one of the best stress relievers. Not only does exercise lead to greater muscle relaxation and increased production of antistress chemicals, research also shows that people who are physically fit exhibit less extreme physiological responses to stress. This means they are less likely to experience the health problems linked with chronic stress.

The benefits of a focused mind

As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any program.

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