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How do you feel when you return from work every evening? Do you feel drained and exhausted? This life of a nine to five worker. We all can relate. Usually, you’ll find out when you get home, you just want take a shower, eat, and jump into bed. This is a common theme for everybody because most do not take time to de-stress.
But how’s that working for you? Do you wake up feeling recharged and gearing to go again the next morning? Or do you struggle to drag yourself out of bed and to work?
I’m sure it’s more of the latter. Alas, I’m going to teach you a couple of tricks you can use to de-stress once you get back from work so you won’t keep feeling the effect of the long day you’ve had.
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1. Get a Dog and Go for a Walk
I know it actually sounds counterintuitive asking you to do something as strenuous as walking after a long day at the office. However, that’s actually what you need the most. In addition to being good for your health, it’s well documented that exercises, like walking, help relieve stress. If you don’t believe me, you can confirm it here on the Mayo Clinic website.
To make walking even more effective for you, go with dogs like Golden Doodle puppies. These designer dogs are the perfect walk mate. The number of positive stares, random greetings, and good vibes you’ll get