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Amazon's Crucible is designed to be Twitch-friendly, but what exactly makes watching others play video games so popular?
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Amazon's Crucible is designed to be Twitch-friendly, but what exactly makes watching others play video games so popular?

As Amazon releases Crucible, designed with the gaming live-streaming platform Twitch in mind, understanding why watching people play video games is so popular

What is sound bath healing and can it relieve stress and anxiety?
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What is sound bath healing and can it relieve stress and anxiety?

Listening to pleasing sounds or repetitive tones is associated with lowering anxiety and stress, reducing blood pressure and entering a state of relaxation.

10 effective and easy ways to deal with exam stress
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10 effective and easy ways to deal with exam stress

If you feel like you (or someone you know) may be struggling while preparing for tests, here are a few things you may want to keep in mind.

How stress causes grey hair and what to do about it
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How stress causes grey hair and what to do about it

Researchers found that the sympathetic nervous system is responsible for depleting the stem cells lining the hair follicles of their ability to colour hair.

International Stress Awareness Week 2019: Foods to eat for stress relief
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International Stress Awareness Week 2019: Foods to eat for stress relief

Some foods boost the levels of serotonin and other foods reduce the levels of cortisol and adrenaline. By including both in our diet, we can control stress.

Here's what stress does to your body
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Here's what stress does to your body

Your body can handle stress for a short period. But when that stress stretches for a longer time it can make trouble for your brain and other vital organs. 

Smashing good time: In Singapore 'Rage room' offers destructive stress relief
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Smashing good time: In Singapore 'Rage room' offers destructive stress relief

In high-pressured Singapore there is now a solution -- a "rage room" that lets stressed-out people take a baseball bat to items ranging from glass bottles to televisions.