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Isla Cheung

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Exercise! Exercising relieves stress and can help improve posture. Meditation, and breathing exercises help too. If you type into YouTube ‘tips to relieve stress’ there are plenty of helpful videos.

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Hi. Take an open air walk, breathe deeply and tell yourself that stress will not help you in achieving high. Study with breaks and try not to leave works for the last minute. These will help you cope with stress.

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