What is wrong with me..

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  1. dg1979us

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    I hear yoga and similar types of exercise routines are great for both stress relief, and having trouble sleeping.
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  2. TitanJeff

    TitanJeff Kahuna Grande Staff

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    I wanted to try that but the legs just don't bend that way anymore.

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  3. dg1979us

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    Ive always wanted to try it too, but Im not sure I have the patience. I do have a ball and a DVD that is sort of yoga-esque, but I dont think that proves quite as effective as an actual class, and Im not flexible enough to do half the stuff on it anyway.
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  4. Ryan

    Ryan FREE WILLY!!!

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    Well next week is when Im going to get it checked so we will see what happens. Im excited that this might finally go away :)
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  5. Starkiller

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    I completely agree. That's why I made sure to point out psychological problems caused by physical issues as an exception.
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  6. Starkiller

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    And let me tell you... it was hard to type while jumping up and down on my couch... :jump:
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  7. Starkiller

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    I agree on the physical activity being a good way to deal with stress. There are also a lot of non-physical ways to deal with it like mental exercises and breathing techniques. I occasionally have trouble going to sleep and use breathing techniques to help relax.
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  8. Ryan

    Ryan FREE WILLY!!!

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    Gonna try and sleep.. Hope I can
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  9. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    I only read the first page, but you should consult with a doctor. You're not going to be able to stop it. If you're a worry-wart, that's what you are. You can't help it, and trying to stop it yourself wont do any good. Worriers have a chemical imbalance that make them stress and worry about things. Nothing they can control. My wife freaks out and is obsessive, constantly worrying about the smallest things, while I never, ever worry or stress. Just differences in the brain.
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  10. GoTitans3801

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    In some cases, particularly early in life, you can have an effect on the chemical composure of your brain. As your brain develops different ways of reaction, it creates patterns, which can lead to greater chemical imbalance. Practical steps early can prevent a more serious chemical imbalance later.

    Though I totally agree that a doctor is the way to go. I'm no doctor.
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