April is stress awareness month and we want to share with you three ways to reduce stress in your life courtesy of a recent article from the Harvard Health Blog.
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Since 1992, April is recognized as Stress Awareness Month. Health care professionals and health promotion experts’ goal is to increase public awareness about both the causes and cures for stress. Handling stress can be different for everyone, and it can filter in from various parts of your life, from your workplace to personal relationships.
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An article from the New York Times highlights how exercise proves to successfully support memory and thinking—particularly in older adults. Several studies have shown that regular physical activity helps slow the usual loss of brain volume, which may help to prevent age-related memory loss and possibly lower the risk of dementia.
Your gut is lined with more than 100 million neurons meaning that stress can affect your digestive health along with your mental health. Stress can cause ongoing digestive problems, such as constipation or (at the other end of the scale) diarrhea. Try these foods during stressful times in your life to combat stress.
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