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Synonyms for destress

reduce the emphasis

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We are trying to work on that and we are trying to make sure that we go in with a clean mind and clean plan and not get ruffled or too disturbed by all that," Cummins said, adding that he and his teammates have attempted to destress in the past few days.
Now that same comforting herbal blend is available to pamper and destress skin, thanks to OPI's latest formula of Chamomile Mint manicure/pedicure scrub or mask ($9.
Amber DeAnn, is DeStress Coach, behavioral therapist, self help author, speaker, and owner of Mind Emotion Harmony focusing on helping individuals clear their stressors, rebuild their lives from depression, PTSD, strong emotions, and learn skills for personal fulfillment.
Wednesday: Treat yourself to a relaxing massage to destress before your big day.
It let's me reconnect with what's important (my home life) and destress from the demands of my job.
The scent is heavenly and a great way to destress, relax and unwind after a hard day's Christmas shopping.
Summary: Adopt these simple measures to destress your budget that has been strained by the recent hike in petrol, diesel and LPG prices.
It helps you destress from your routine," said Karan Sharma, a Spa Enthusiast.
Most are simply common sense - while others involve doing modest stretching, fingercurling and bum-clenching moves to stay fit and destress while in a jam.
Blank charts encourage teens to write down their own strategies, such as "What I can do to destress," and come up with questions to take to their IEP and Transition Planning meetings.
Also having a supportive family allows me the ability to destress.
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The aroma full body massage treatment was to destress, tone and firm.
Destress ahead of time by doing something that relaxes you, like a little yoga or an aromatherapy bath.
Mastering these mind-body exercises in the water is a great way to destress, and address everything from headaches, backaches, neck pain, high blood pressure and heartburn, says Ruth Sova, president of Aquatic Therapy & Rehab Institute in Port Washington, Wis.