Health Tip: Performing Mind-Body Exercise
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Here are possible benefits
By Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Performing mind-body exercises, such as deep breathing or progressive relaxation, may help you feel better by minimizing the effects of stress, pain or anxiety.
The Cleveland Clinic says these exercises may:
- Help you relax.
- Help improve sleep.
- Help speed recovery after surgery or hospitalization.
- Help improve perception of personal control and well-being.
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