WHAT THE EX­PERT SAYS …

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Go out­side and get some sun. The sun’s rays have a calm­ing ef­fect on the body. Put a cou­ple of live plants in your of­fice. There’s some­thing about na­ture that au­to­mat­i­cally calms you down. If you can lie down and take a power nap for 10 to 20 min­utes, or get in a dark, quiet en­vi­ron­ment and med­i­tate or per­form deep­breath­ing ex­er­cises, that can be a fast way to re­duce stress. Change out flu­o­res­cent lights to full spec­trum, or find more nat­u­ral light. It’s been shown in tri­als that flu­o­res­cent lights might con­trib­ute to headaches and stress. Also, try es­sen­tial oils, like laven­der, berg­amot, ylang-ylang, or rose. Put a cou­ple of drops on your hand, rub your hands to­gether, cup them over your nose and mouth, and in­hale deeply.”

— ED­WARD F. GROUP III Founder and CEO, Global Heal­ing Cen­ter (health) NO. 1,664 2016 INC. 5000 RANK 225% 3-YEAR GROWTH $16M 2015 REV­ENUE

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