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Worried about being anxious

KAREN BRIDGMAN is a holistic practitioner at Australian Biologics, Sydney.

Exercise has been shown to significantly reduce anxiety, improve oxygenation and assist in the management of stress.

A 68-year-old man was virtually dragged into my office by his wife, who has been increasingly concerned with her retired husband’s bad temper tantrums. He had always been “fiery” but it seemed to be getting worse. He said he was quite OK but, on questioning, there did appear to be issues he hadn’t thought of as a problem.

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