Don't Put Things Off

Don't Put Things Off

Learning not to procrastinate could improve your health. Procrastinators suffer more headaches, sleep problems, stomach troubles and other ailments associated with stress than people who get things done promptly, say researchers at Case Reserve University in Cleveland.

 
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