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Angry? Irritable? Anxious? Can’t sleep? Worrying? No appetite? Thoughts racing? Can’t concentrate? Overwhelmed? Can’t relax?

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When you’re stressed, your breathing is probably really shallow. So, quite simply BREATHE!!! Focus on breathing using the 7/11 method: first breathe in through your nose for 7 seconds, then breathe out through your mouth for 11 seconds.

When you’re stressed, your breathing is probably really shallow. So, quite simply BREATHE!!! Focus on breathing using the 7/11 method: first breathe in through your nose for 7 seconds, then breathe out through your mouth for 11 seconds.

When you’re stressed, your breathing is probably really shallow. So, quite simply BREATHE!!! Focus on breathing using the 7/11 method: first breathe in through your nose for 7 seconds, then breathe out through your mouth for 11 seconds.

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