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    Simple things we forget to do that can stop simple headaches
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    samu9679 posted:
    I do a lot throughout the week due to my full time job, part time job, part time school, and extracurricular activities. My stress level is high because of this even though I might be having fun at times. It's easy to forget that sometimes you just have to sit back and relax, and do something enjoyable that isn't related to your regular routine. Doing this can lower your stress level and help clear your mind. It helps me with regular simple headaches that I get. I take moments out to play video games, get a few more hours of sleep, and eat slightly healthier. When I remember to do these things, the simple headaches are way less frequent. Just a reminder
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