stressbuster

stressbuster

(ˈstrɛsˌbʌstə)
n
a product, practice, system, etc, that is designed to alleviate stress
ˈstressˌbusting adj
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The biggest reason given is because of nerves, followed by free booze, as part of the holiday, a stressbuster when travelling with children, or it helps with sleep.
Sleep is also a great stressbuster - helping us to unwind after a busy day by shifting our focus from our worries to our work-out, and helping us to get into a meditative state through repetitive movements.
GET MOVING Regular exercise is a proven stressbuster because it gets the heart pumping and releases feel-good hormones.
Calm down LAV AV A ENDER is well known for its sleep-inducing properties, but it can also be an effective stressbuster.
Adding a wetland to a garden is a tried, tested and proven stressbuster too: a place to wind down, think, lose worries and find calm.
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.
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Rooms have a therapeutic bath, a massage shower with sauna, a Dermalife machine, a Stressbuster machine and a spa for two people.
Mindful walking is a great stressbuster and if you only have 10 minutes it's better than no minutes.