destress


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de-stress

or de·stress (dē′strĕs′, dĕ′-)
intr.v. de-stressed, de-stress·ing, de-stress·es or de·stressed or de·stress·ing or de·stress·es
To relieve one's stress or tension; relax: "After days like that, she'd go home and de-stress by playing video games" (Kristin Henderson).
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.destress - reduce the emphasis
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
reduce - destress and thus weaken a sound when pronouncing it
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Last week, the University Student Council invited the four-legged ambassadors for a two-day visit to help students destress as they wrestled with final exams and other end-of-semester requirements.
Designed to be carerand dementia-friendly, based upon domestic settings in ordinary housing, the centre will be an exemplar of good design, providing a sanctuary where carers can relax and destress.
All this thuggery has done is to cause damage and disruption to a nursery school and hurt to our community, not to mention considerable destress to the principal and staff at Tudor Lodge.
Tenders are invited for Providing PA system in connection with Construction of Destress room for the Judges at 6th Floor, District Court at Dwarka, New Delhi.
Known for their madcap humour and crazy antics, Kapil Sharma and the gang are all set to up the banter and allow viewers to destress and enjoy an evening out.
In addition to the ILM-accredited programmes, Cortecs will also craft bespoke courses to address specific business needs, as well as offering one-off activities such as "Brain-Spas" designed to destress teams, "Mojo Monday Mornings" for meetings that start the working week with an injection of energy, and team building away-days.
The 26-year-old, who is autistic, says that creating the cartoons helps her destress and cope with her condition.
Stockton's Destress Express will be on hand with their innovative massages that concentrate on tensionrelease points based around the head, neck, back and shoulders.
It supported by the local puppy walkers, and some of the branch took their dogs to meet students to help them destress before their exams.
While unwinding in the island, to destress the bustle of Sydney's city life, she finally landed in Bali jail for nine months, reported 3News.
He went on to say: "It's well known that sport and exercise can improve our health and well being, giving us an opportunity to unwind and destress, resulting in a happier and more productive workplace.
I realized that if I put off the things that helped me destress, then I would have been stressed all the time.