MSN marks Stress Awareness Month; offers Fit Zone tool to Americans

To help provide some answers, MSN, in honor of Stress Awareness Month, is offering people free and healthy tips and tools on how to help manage and reduce their stress levels. “Unhealthy coping techniques like a fast-food binge or stiff drink (or two) may temporarily de-stress you, but will make you feel worse in the […]

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To help provide some answers, MSN, in honor of Stress Awareness Month, is offering people free and healthy tips and tools on how to help manage and reduce their stress levels. “Unhealthy coping techniques like a fast-food binge or stiff drink (or two) may temporarily de-stress you, but will make you feel worse in the long run,” said Martica Heaner, an MSN Health & Fitness expert and a co-author of “Lean Mommy.” “Anyone can take a positive, empowering approach to tackling stress by moving more and eating more nutritiously. If someone is not sure where to start, Fit Zone, a new fitness tool at http://health.msn.com, provides easy workouts to follow, with step-by-step exercises.”

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