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Is Your Workout Making You Stressed Out?

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Exercise is widely considered by health professionals to be an antidote to stress. But what if the type of exercise program you choose is causing stress rather than providing relief?

Dr. Peter D’Adamo believes that individuals have a different physiological response to various types of exercise. In other words, the spinning class that energizes your best friend and makes her feel great may be causing your body to overproduce stress hormones, leaving you feeling agitated and stressed out — not a good feeling. Perhaps this may be the reason many people enthusiastically begin exercise programs, but quit after just a few weeks.


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I guess gardening is part physically hard work out- half yoga/mental  
well that is what works for me - I have been extremely burn out  1- 1,5 years -but LOTS of gardening and I am on my right track.

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I love walking in quiet natural setting when it is warm with sun shining - this is most calming for me, breathing deeply, listening to the birds, stretching and giving my brain a rest, early morning the best time by far!
went to swimming centre yesterday, swam, spa and steam room and felt so stressed due to the long trip, travel on train, and late home, which meant later dinner, disturbed sleep, now migraine headache.  The park, and lying in the bathtub is the best! A little breathing & yoga before bed good too.
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