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according to University of Sussex research From The Argus From catching up on issues affecting Sussex and Brighton and Hove Albion, finding a job and looking at what's on at cinemas and theatres across the county, thousands of people pick the newspaper upNew research has revealed that reading is the best way to relax and even six minutes can be enough to reduce the stress levels by more than two thirds.
And the findings by the University of Sussex show that reading a newspaper or book works better and faster than listening to music, going for a walk or sitting down with a cup of tea to calm frazzled nerves. Their stress levels and heart rate were increased through a range of tests and burberry summer sale exercises before they were then tested with a variety of traditional methods of relaxation. Reading worked best, reducing stress levels by 68 per cent, said cognitive neuropsychologist Dr David Lewis. He found that subjects only needed to read, silently, for six minutes to slow down the heart rate and ease tension in the muscles. It actually got subjects to stress levels lower than before they started. Listening to music reduced the levels by 61%, having a cup of tea or coffee lowered them by 54% and taking a walk by 42%. Playing video games brought them down by 21% from their highest level but still left the volunteers with heart rates above their starting point. Dr Lewis said: "Losing yourself in a book is the ultimate relaxation. "This is particularly poignant in uncertain economic times when we are all craving burberry wallet outlet price a certain amount of escapism. "Reading can help reduce stress, according to University of Sussex research." Really? Well I have to say I went to Reading once, and it just made me stressed. The train station is rubbish, the shopping centre burberry dress sale stinks, and there was not a holistic vegan yoga fairtrade coffee shop to be seen. Thank the lord Shriva for Brighton. pun master "Reading can help reduce stress, according to University of Sussex research." Really? Well I have to say I went to Reading once, and it just made me stressed. The train station is rubbish, the shopping centre stinks, and there was not a holistic vegan yoga fairtrade coffee shop to be seen.
Does this make me bad?[/p][/quote]But posting has the opposite effect; your blood pressure get to acceptable levels back again, isn't it? ;) That's funny, because usually when I read an Argus piece by someone such as Naomi "Loomes" or "Ben" Parsons, I find my bloody pressure rising as I shout obscenities at the computer screen. Does this make me bad?But posting has the opposite effect; your blood pressure get to acceptable levels back again, isn't it? ;) So some quacks got research money to prove that sitting down quietly and concentrating on something relaxing can reduce stress? Blimey. I think I'll apply for some funding for my new project, "Do organisms in the ursidae family defecate in areas with a high concentration burberry outlet uk online shopping of trees?".