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Bio: A great tip that can help you feel less stressed is to try and visualize calm in your mind. An example of calm would be a feather slowly falling down or a lake that's barely moving. Visualizing images such as this can help you keep your stress in check.

Ahhh.... Who doesn't love a hot bath? Soaking in a bath is a great stress reliever. But, we don't always have time for a hot bath. If you don't have time for a bath, wash your face or even your hands with some hot water and imagine you are soaking your stresses away.

In order to keep your stress under control, it would be wise to stay away from caffeine. This is important because this drug is known to cause anxiety in some people, therefore making stress harder to deal with. It can be hard to break away from, but you will feel better once you learn to live without it.

A great tip that can help you fight stress is to start practicing yoga. There are many varieties of yoga and they each have their own benefit. Most importantly you'll be able to think more clearly. Keep your stress levels down by doing a little bit of yoga each day.

Stress doesn't have to be something that you always combat. If you use the tips that were given in this article, then you are well on your way to being in a better mood. While we can't eliminate it, we can learn to cope with and deal with it better.