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Relax Your Body | 3 Part Stress Series, Part Two: Your Body

The key to relaxation is the intention, and it may take some practice. The more you do it, the easier and faster it gets. These techniques can be used in other aspects of your life besides the De-Stress in 20 Game Plan. You should practice before bed. Relaxing your body and quieting your mind, it helps you sleep better.

Many people try to relax in unhealthy ways. Whether it's a glass of wine, comfort food, or numbing out through various means. Everybody has a go-to way of relaxing, but you can do it better.

Movement is one of the key solutions. Moving your body releases endorphins, which give you a natural high and improve your overall well-being. This is like giving your joints the oil they need to stay healthy and prevent injuries.

I learned this the hard way. Intensive workouts led to hormonal imbalances and adrenal fatigue. That was a wake-up call for me, and now I advocate for a balanced approach to exercise. Workouts don't have to be hard to be effective. Walking and finding the movement you like can make a world of difference.

You've got to take care of yourself, and until next time, just relax and enjoy the ride!

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In short, these Game Plans are a way to save you time & money–who doesn't need that? No more need to Google for hours about the best exercises or spend thousands on devices that promise to fix you. In each Game Plan, you will receive everything you need in a series of easy-to-watch videos. Click here to choose yours.

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Think of this three-part audio series as a mini daily treatment for healing and preventing pain/injury. When you incorporate proper breathing mechanics and muscle cueing for just a few minutes a day, your brain will relax the neurological tension and spasm and allow the relief to flow. It's a method I use in my practice, and I'm thrilled to share it with you.

Breathe Out of Tension:

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