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There are some ways we can support our body’s response to stress. 

Whether we know it or not, we’re stressed. And most of us know it. Many of us know it all too well. Stress is a normal and unavoidable part of life.

A little stress can actually be a good thing. It can motivate us to finish tasks or reevaluate what is important to us, or it can make us leave our comfort zones. But this stress can sometimes become chronic — and that’s a problem. Let’s talk about a few quick tips that might help us manage our stress a little better.

Travis Lemon is a certified herbalist and co-owner of Tulsi at The Market in Huntington. He has worked in the natural health and wellness industry since 2003. Follow him on social media @travislemonwellness He can be contacted at travislemonmh@gmail.com.

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