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Agreed, that exercise can help us from both physically and mentally. But post workout sweat can also cause infections, so we should be ready for that, and a natural remedy is the best option. So I will suggest you to use defense soap.
I don’t gots to explain nu8&nih#t217; to nobody! And I’m turning the volume waaaayyyy up on my phone. JK – my email is dzynchick at yahoo dot com, just in case my email to you goes into your Spam and Eggs folder. =P
I think we should deal depression n anxiety in people, especially in kids,teens just like other health problems. Like if we have headache or stomachache we consult specialists so why not depression?? Why is it a tabboo?? With little care n medicine or with some precautions it can be cured. It should not be a big deal. It is actually not the patients’ problem it is we,(in most cases) the near n dear ones who are behind the problem.
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