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The following is an Editorial Resource from YourTotalHealth.

I only have 10 minutes. What can I do to relax my mind?

Take a deep breath through your nose, pushing your stomach out as far as possible. This will fill your lungs with nitric oxide, a chemical that’s produced in the back of the nose and will open up the blood vessels in your lungs. The extra boost of oxygen will leave you feeling happier and calmer. Spend the remaining nine minutes putting your worries in perspective—a year from now, will your current stresses still seem worth the toll they’re taking on your body? Didn’t think so.

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