If you feel fatigued or overly sluggish, or if you notice twinges of muscular pain, ease up on your training.
To control frizz, first, ease up on brushing.
Cayce also predicted that the Depression would ease up in the spring of 1933.
The idea here is that since they're "good" and you've cut the ties with your old habits, you can now safely ease up a little on the anti-carb stance without awakening the now slumbering cravings.
However, in winter you need to ease up on the exfoliations.
You want to ease up on the sour cream or the cheese, or lay off the carb-filled tortillas.
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