With so many things happening around us all the time, getting stressed is almost inevitable. This makes it important to be able to step back, calm down and relax once in a while. In this article we take a look at the best ways to reduce stress based on scientifically backed evidence. The methods listed below range from things that you can do anywhere, at any time, to those that are done in more formal settings or require a bit more time to complete.
The variety gives you a few things you can include into your day to day life to ward off chronic stress. And, keep some in reserve for when those sudden unwanted events happen.
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