If you can take even half an hour a day for 3 to ­5 times a week to sweat out your stress, you’ll find you cope with life’s daily stresses and strains more calmly and easily than ever

Stress is one of the leading causes of disability and disease in our modern world. Google stress and you will get thousands of hits. Human Resource Departments throughout the world have put in special classes and structures to help employees deal with stress. Universities, schools, hospitals, and other institutions work closely with students, employees, and clients to help reduce stress. Some stress is good for us – remember the fight or flight response? However, too much stress will make us ill. The best thing you can do to reduce stress in your life is to take a logical, calm, self­reflective look at your daily life. Ask yourself some key questions. One of them being: what can I do today that will help me reduce this stress in my life?

If you can take even half an hour a day for 3­ to 5 times a week to sweat out your stress, you’ll find you cope with life’s daily stresses and strains more calmly and easily than ever (Shoenfeld et al, 1976; Sohar et al, 1976; Sudakov et al, 1988).

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