Published: May 1, 2020
By Pacific College
What can we to do to relieve stress, especially if we’re stuck inside? Because not to stress you out further, but both chronic and acute stress can have negative impacts on our health, and can lead us to engage in less-than-wise escapist habits.
But which stress-relief activity will depend on what you’re experiencing at that moment. Are you climbing out of your skin, or is your mind racing? Do you have physical pain, or are feeling overwhelmed?
That’s why Good Housekeeping asked the experts for their best stress-relieving activities that you can have at the ready, even if you can’t get outside.
Our very own Director of the Asian Holistic Health and Massage Therapy program at the New York campus, Kiera Nagle, MA, LMT, CPMT was asked for her expert opinion on the subject of massage therapy for stress reduction.
Interested in becoming a certified massage therapist? Visit the campus web site nearest you: