Relaxation: Time To Chill

Oh, you're all tense and wound up! Have you had a bad day? Didn't you sleep well? Or do you have stressful day ahead? If any of those ring true, then this column is for you! Our columnists are here give you their best advice on how to relax and let go of all the stress. Take a deep breath and chill; you can thank us later.

We go through life at 100mph and our pace make things stressful. Stress is a horrible feeling, but can be solved thanks to meditation, letting go, yoga or even sophrology. In this section, you will find everything you need to learn how to channel your emotions.


'I’ve decided to be happy because it is good for my health.'

 - Voltaire


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