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Annotated Bibliography How to Prevent and Manage Stress This is a scholarly source about how to manage stress. It describes different ways such as exercising, proper nutrition, breathing right, posture, prayer, and social support. It also has a portable guide relief with the top ten reasons people become stressed, what to do depending on how much time you have to relieve yourself, and more advice. This article stresses largely on positive psychology. Because this source is from a scholarly journal, it is reliable. It is very extensive in how to cope with stress compared to other sources, but does not talk about the “chemistry” of stress. This source is somewhat useful. It states that exercise is a great way to reduce stress and tells you what to do when you are exercising, but does not state how exercise physically reduces stress. This source will be helpful for our argument.
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2011 for the course ENGLISH 1102 taught by Professor Miller during the Spring '08 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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