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stress relief.

I get horrible migraines. I tend to get them during times of stress and such.I don't want to be tense and have a migraine the day of the wedding.

 I am wondering since we don't have money for a massage or anything  (saving for the honeymoon ,and for the wedding and all) What type of stress relief is there that is either inexpensive if not free...
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Re: stress relief.

  • future-mrsfuture-mrs member
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    edited July 2010
    Exercise, yoga and whatnot.  Lots of water and LOTS of sleep. 

    Sidenote: you don't have one of your codes closed in your sig...it's throwing things off on your post I believe.  And I gotta say: hun, there is NO such thing as a perfect marriage.  You're going to get a lot of flack for that I'm afraid.
  •  I'm gonna try the yoga. thanks!
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  • I like to read, listen to music, go for a drive (I love to drive) and meditate at the pool or beach.
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    [QUOTE]I like to read, listen to music, go for a drive (I love to drive) and meditate at the pool or beach.
    Posted by erollis[/QUOTE]

    Yeah the simple things in life help too...any hobbies etc.  Nice idea e.

    Thanks for changing your sig OP.
  • Deep breathing (in through the nose, out through the mouth) in a quiet, darkened room works for me.

    (I'm actually getting a massage tomorrow, for the first time ever, and just in time - my back is killing me.).
  • Yoga! and I find curling up on the couch with coffee, cleaning or cooking/baking to be other great ways to expend pent up energy.

  • I always go with a nice herbal tea. The heat and smell always seems to calm my headaches down. Also figure if light makes them worse and if it does try to seek a quiet dark place you can relax in.
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  • Love herbal teas also....oh god, takes me back to my single-days of a hot bubble bath, good book, candles and herbal tea..... 
  • oh that all sounds good but I love a glass of dry red wine added to that bubble bath
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