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How to Relax: 40 Ways to Relax in 5 Minutes or Less | Greatist


Mar 8, 2014 ... Luckily we've rounded up 40 ways to relax and relieve stress in just five ... a stick of gum is a surprisingly quick and easy way to beat stress.

5 Ways to Unwind in 60 Seconds - Health.com


Get some R&R, fast. Need to get some relief, now? Whether you're at work or home, these five easy tips will leave you feeling relaxed and peaceful in a minute  ...

Relax -- And Fast! 8 Quick Tricks For Stress Relief | The Huffington ...


Jul 24, 2013 ... There are many quick and easy activities that reduce your stress level and keep ... Both help to relieve pain, de-stress, relax your muscles and ...

How You Can Learn to Finally, Really Relax - Lifehacker


Mar 20, 2014 ... Psychology Today offers this five-step process to change your physiology to quickly make you feel more relaxed. It starts with orienting yourself ...

Human Givens Blog: 3 ways to relax immediately


Nov 9, 2013 ... Whatever form it takes, let the relaxation spread through your body, ... relaxation session that makes it even easier for you to relax quickly ...

How to Reduce Stress: 10 Relaxation Techniques To Reduce Stress ...


If your hectic lifestyle has got you down, WebMD's experts say relaxation techniques can bring you back into ... 10 Relaxation Techniques That Zap Stress Fast.

Stress Relief in the Moment: Using Your Senses to Quickly Change ...


Social engagement is our most evolved strategy for regulating the nervous system. Talking face-to-face with a relaxed listener can help quickly relieve stress .

How to Relax (with Relaxation Techniques) - wikiHow


Knowing how to relax is vital for ensuring your health and well-being, as well as ... Be more consciously aware of the tension that is quick to accumulate in your ...

20 Ways to Relax & Unwind | World of Psychology - Psych Central


May 24, 2013 ... 20 Ways to Relax & Unwind Sometimes when we're exhausted, we gravitate toward activities that drain us even more. Or we think we don't ...