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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD TuMday, January 8, 1974 Doris Clark Reader shares relaxation secrets CONSIGN 23rd ANNUAL LETHBRIDGE SPRING BULL SALE APRIL 3 4, 1974 EXHIBITION PAVILION, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Entries close January For entry forms, contact Southern Alberta Cattle Breeders Assn., 3401-6 Avenue South, Letnbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-4491 DEAR DORIS: I read about your reader with tension headaches, who is eating 222's like can- dy, and becoming very sleepy. I think she is going around in a vicious circle. She doesn't like visiting, which causes her tension, which in turn causes a headache. She then takes 222's which make her sleepy, that being one more reason not to like visiting. I was caught in the same routine at one time for years. However, 15 years ago, I had some good ad- vice from my doctor: 1. Just relax; don't try and please everybody all of the time. 2. Find some physical exercise to break the grip of tension (I now play ten- nis and am 47 years 3. Get enough sleep. Don't stay up till midnight because the other members of the household are nighthawks. 4. If you feel a headache coming on, get your doctor to prescribe a helpful medication. My doctor gave me one and it works. At the same time it is not habit forming. You must really learn to relax! Sometimes a hot bath for at least 20 minutes helps. Try lying down in a dark room, with or without quiet music. A heating pad on low, soothes too! It works better than ice or cold cloths, which tend to tighten blood vessels, caus- ing more tension. I hope the above will help her as much as it has me! Good Luck. DEAR GOOD LUCK: Your doctor is wonder- ful, and you are a pet to pass on his fine ideas. Most of us don't relax nearly enough, nor do we have the secret of how to do it. All of your ideas are good ones, so I am publishing your letter just about the way it came to me. Would you like to try answering any more of my sticky problems? DEAR DORIS: Could you please send me some booklets on "How to gain also what kinds of food to eat that will put some weight on. I would like to put it on gradually. I am 62 years old but do not feel 62 as I'm quite active. Still Going Strong. .DEAR STRONG: My leaflet "Chart For Curves" (written after many appeals like yours) is the one for you. The gradual way is the right way, and the right kind of food is a must. You don't want to get a lot of flabby fat; you want good, firm well-nourished bones with no extra flesh, especially when you are 62. Keep bathroom scales handy and don't let things get out of hand. Stay in the normal weight range for your height. You probably need to slow down a little and pace yourself; because while you may in spirit feel about 20, your body cells do not react as quickly to rest and nourishment. Address all questions to Doris Clark, 66 Rosedene Ave., Hamilton, Ont. VALUABLE STRAD The highest price for a violin is paid in 1968 at Sotheby's in London for a 1709 Stradivarius. SCORPION Snowmobile Headquarters SUPER STINGER 440 SUPER STWOIIMftO SUPER STINQERETTE _ SUPER STWiGEH 340 and the SUPER STINGER 290 MRfftEl ALL UFA MERCHANDISE IS FULLY GUARANTEED 3131-2 Ave. North Phone 328-5531 YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED! Lethbridge, Alberta Jack McDonald, Manager ;