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Exercise and Stress
The stress response is designed to get your muscles ready to fight or flee. It's no surprise, then that musle tension is one of the cardinal signs of stress. If you can eliminate that muscle tension, you'll often find that the psychological stress vanishes with it. Stretching loosens up your muscles to relax your mind and help prevent aches, pains, and stiffness. It's an easy way to cut down on stress while you're sitting at your desk, standing in line, watching the kid, or doing almost anything. You might think that aerobic exercise, which makes the muscles tighten and work, would have the opposite effect. However, aerobic activities turn out to be great stress relievers, too in part because they let you burn off muscle tension the way nature intended.
Massage Is An Ancient Healing Art
Massage is yet another way to work out the kinks in tense muscles. There are many types of massage but three of the most popular are Swedish massage, reflexology, and Indian Head massage.
Madison Gray massage therapist, has been practicing medical massage for over 10 years.