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1. Exercise Regularly

Your brain is part of your body. And if you’re not taking care of your body, how can you expect your brain to function well and be resilient to stress?

I know consistent exercise is tough for all sorts of very legitimate reasons. But that doesn’t make it any less important.

If you’re chronically stressed and not consistently exercising, just stop reading right here and start make a plan to make this happen. Even 20 minutes a day of brisk walking is an excellent start and will make a dramatic difference in your stress levels.

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