Less stress: Bullshit or miracle cure? 5 facts hard facts

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When you are stressed, the body releases adrenaline. Your blood pressure increases. You may also experience a few changes in your mood. Your body is not a "one trick pony" and that can cause the stress hormone adrenaline to be released and your heart rate to increase. Stress can be a challenge, so here are some tips for dealing with stress.

1. Take a warm bath

While you are getting your daily routine in order, take a good warm bath. That will help cool down your body. You can take hot showers as well, but take the shower with a cup of ice water. I like the ice water because I can just drop a cold drink on top of it and just sit in the bath while it thaws. If you want to be sure you don't feel cold, go to a place where you can get a cold drink (like a bar, café, or even a gas station). The same rule of thumb applies for a hot shower, just a bit of warm water in it.

This will help you stay cool and reduce the stress hormone cortisol (a.k.a. the "stress hormone").

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