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    Fatigue tip #9
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    Scott Zashin, MD posted:
    Taking Fatigue tip #8 to the next level. Use the breathing exercises to start a meditation routine. The benefits of meditation seem to occur after regular practice. After a month of daily meditation, you may find less stress and fatigue. You may also notice you are more intuitive. Use the breathing technique in tip 8 and focus on your breaths in a safe and relaxing room or location. You will certainly have thoughts during mediation, but don't think of them as good or bad, just recognize them and toss them aside. Try to do meditation for 10 minutes twice daily or 20 mintues once daily.Will be interested in any feedback after yu try it for a month.
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