The Antidote To Stress-Related Habits - Deepstash

The Antidote To Stress-Related Habits

Improving mental flexibility and reducing the causes of stress and anxiety is the antidote to our unhealthy and repetitive habits and behaviours.

Mindfulness meditation can help us increase our cognitive flexibility, as can physical activity, social interaction and new experiences.

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