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How Exercise Helps Reduce Stress

Updated: Nov 28, 2022

Folks seem a lot more stressed these days from road rage to workplace woes, martial spats turn catastrophic and kids climbing the walls. Stress is a natural part of life and how you cope matters most. Stress shows up both mentally and physically and one form can compound another. For example, mental stress such as irritability, anger or hostility can lead to clenched jaws and can cause headaches, neck pain or shoulder tension. Restlessness results in insomnia. Stress that shows up as worry or anxiety might physically produce bubble guts or butterflies, heartburn or diarrhea. The first step is to notice how stress is impacting your body and brain and then seeking solutions as simple as exercise to help alleviate the symptoms of stress.

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