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Vol. 4, No. 3 | March 2012

 

 

 

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A Little Play Does a Body Good
Find Time for Fun!

US MED Gives BackNo time to ride a horse, play chess, or go to a ball game? You'd best make time because the need to play is hardwired into the genetics of human beings. .

Fun and play can almost instantly reduce stress and add a feeling of relaxation to daily living. Even watching others play has a similar effect. It brings joy into your life.

More people are looking for the energy fix fun creates. They are playing golf and tennis, making scrapbooks, and working with their photos. Companies are recognizing the importance of play as they create teams for games like kickball. It doesn't take an athlete to enjoy it and get some outdoor fun. If you're a telecommuter or don't have much interaction with others on the job, consider something that puts you with like-minded people.

That could mean a cooking class, bowling league, or hiking club where social contacts and friendships could develop. Pick something that is far different from what you do at work and have a good time doing it.

If your work puts you in constant contact with people, you could find pleasure in an activity you can pursue by yourself, like scrapbooking, sudoku or crossword puzzles, woodworking, or painting.

If you can "get away from it all" and have a good time, you'll have better physical and mental health. You'll find you have more energy and are able to think more creatively when you're back on the job.

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