What do you do to keep yourself stress-free

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  1. LoudRam

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    For me praying is first on the list then reading. I love to read. I also wrench on things. That also calms me, until the wrench slips and I bust my knuckles.
     
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    I've just started this for chronic lower back pain I've had for almost a year.

    In general, I suspect being unfit as we get older causes real physical issues that have a huge impact on how we handle stress.
     
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    That "getting older" stuff is not much fun some days.

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    No kidding....and it starts for a lot of us in our 40's before we even start feeling "old".

    I'm also struggling with chronic tennis elbow from an old weightlifting injury. Again, that's a lack of commitment to properly rehab - goes away with tricep exercises to lengthen and increase elasticity of the tendon, but you have to stick with them!

    Inflammation, in general, has a decent correlation with diet, i.e. foods you're eating [or not eating].
     
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