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    1. The Effects of Stress on Your Body

      Learn about the ways stress can affect your health.

    2. Stress Management

      Learn tips for managing stress in your life.

    3. Tips for Reducing Stress

      WebMD's tips for managing stress.

    4. Stress Symptoms

      Stress can seriously affect your body and mind. Learn more from WebMD about our response to stress, both healthy and unhealthy.

    5. Your Debt-Reduction Checklist

      Check out this self-help checklist for steps to lower your debt.

    6. Tips to Manage Caregiver Stress

      Learn how you can ease your stress if you're a caregiver for a loved one, including relaxation techniques, biofeedback, and guided imagery.

    7. Aromatherapy (Essential Oils Therapy) - Topic Overview

      The way you breathe affects your whole body. Full,deep breathing is a good way to reduce tension,feel relaxed,and reduce stress. Roll breathing The object of roll breathing is to develop full use of your lungs and get in touch with the rhythm of your breathing. It can be practiced in any position,but it is best to learn it lying on your back,with your knees bent. Place your left hand on ...

    8. Stress Management: Doing Guided Imagery to Relax

      Guided imagery lets you use your imagination to go to a calm, peaceful place.

    9. Kava - Topic Overview

      What is aromatherapy?Aromatherapy, or essential oils therapy, is using a plant's aroma - producing oils (essential oils) to treat disease. Essential oils are taken from a plant's flowers, leaves, stalks, bark, rind, or roots. The oils are mixed with another substance (such as oil, alcohol, or lotion) and then put on the skin, sprayed in the air, or inhaled. You can also massage the oils into the .

    10. Kava - Topic Overview

      What is biofeedback?Biofeedback is a method that uses the mind to control a body function that the body normally regulates automatically, such as skin temperature, muscle tension, heart rate, or blood pressure. When you are first learning biofeedback, you will have sensors attached to your body and to a monitoring device. This provides instant feedback on a body function (for example, your skin ..

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