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Men and Aromatherapy: Dealing With Stress

Embed from Getty Images — The world today demands both mental and physical labor which leads to accumulative stress on mind and body. This stress then combines with poor lifestyle leading to different health conditions. Chronic lifestyle diseases like diabetes, cardiovascular problems, depression, frequent headache, insomnia, and dementia have been found to be associated mental… The post Men and Aromatherapy: Dealing With Stress appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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