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Putting Your Mind on Pause Reduces Stress


  Putting your mind on pause means taking a break from those moments when you feel confused or anxious. It’s a simple and practical resource that can help you if you feel that you’re not thinking clearly. It’s also useful when a concern or an obsession takes over your mind. You could also say that putting your mind on pause is a way of protecting your brain. That’s because, when you’re stressed, your entire body, including your brain, reacts in a similar way to when you’re ill. Its resources are focused on defense which involves significant wear and tear on your…

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