Translation of de-stress in Spanish:

de-stress

liberarse del estrés, v.

Pronunciation: /diˈstrɛs//diːˈstrɛs/

intransitive verb

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    liberarse del estrés
    • If you need to de-stress, go watch a Little League game.
    • About 50% of people said they would prefer extra time off work in order to de-stress and spend time with friends and family.
    • If you're looking to de-stress or to remake yourself, this is the place with everything from yoga, Ayurvedic programs and both Western and Oriental therapies.
    • If you really want to relax and de-stress, maybe a retreat is in your cards.
    • A visit to Paula's is definitely a very worth while experience, and a great way to ‘chill out’, or de-stress.
    • This afternoon we had a reflexologist for the carers to help them de-stress.
    • A nine-week course in Tai Chi will help you unwind, de-stress and improve concentration and well-being.
    • A weekend to chill out and de-stress at the hot springs, either at Gross Barmen or Ai-Ais, costs N $116 per person per day.
    • Travellers will find treatments found around the world, each designed to help them relax, de-stress and rejuvenate.
    • Some people may use stress balls, some may take a relaxing walk, but at Thorpe Perrow you can go a step further by de-stressing in a forest.
    • But does he de-stress in front of ‘The Bold & the Beautiful’?
    • She offers an incredible range of treatments which she uses to help her clients achieve their goals, whether they simply want to relax and de-stress or if they want to tackle a particular ache and pain.
    • So, to assist me with my life-planning (by allowing me to relax and de-stress), I present my answers to 10 fairly cool questions.
    • People tell me what they do to relax and de-stress: gardening, going out in nature, playing with their children or their animals, riding their motorcycle, or doing art or dance or theater.
    • If you have sufficient physical energy but you're feeling tense and wired, then you need to de-stress and unwind, not engage in more heated-up exercise that will create more tension.
    • ‘I can see why people want to de-stress on Christmas Day, but to me an outside chef takes some of the joy and fun out of Christmas entertaining,’ said Nairn, who runs his own cookery school at Lake of Menteith.
    • I live in Alexandria, but I'm here every weekend to de-stress; only here do I feel I can breathe.
    • Instead, I called one of my fellow PMs at home and asked/pleaded with her to get the entire week off so that I could just go to C's and veg out / de-stress.
    • Fresh Beauty, situated on Finkle Street, is a one-stop beauty shop with a modern and trendy twist offering state-of-the-art flatscreen televisions and a place for you to relax and de-stress.
    • Spread across two floors, one for cardio and the other for strength training, Olympia has facilities for fat loss, de-stressing, fitness and stamina.