stressbuster

stressbuster

(ˈstrɛsˌbʌstə)
n
a product, practice, system, etc, that is designed to alleviate stress
ˈstressˌbusting adj
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The game is a big stressbuster after a hard day when you just want to blow things up.
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It might have the feel of a simple arcade game, but as a good stressbuster between meetings or while waiting for a delayed flight, it can't be beaten.
But such a wonderful stressbuster, I don't think any of us could imagine life without him.
They also have a stressbuster machine that massages your feet and shakes all the tension out of your body.