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(HealthDay News) -- While stress is an unavoidable part of life, learning how to manage the tension can help ward off stress-related health problems.
Here are some stress-busting tips from the Detroit Medical Center:
Do something just for yourself.
Discuss your feelings with a friend or family member.
Exercise at least three times a week.
Avoid overindulging in food, alcohol or over-the-counter medications.
Eat at least one hot meal a day.
Cut down on drinks that contain caffeine.
Learn and use meditation or relaxation exercises.
Take up yoga or Tai Chi.
Go see a funny movie or rent a comedy from a video store.
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