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  1. May 20,  · Tension proves just how engaged readers can be with literature. To take words on a page and translate them into that urgent, nail-biting worry requires great writing and a true emotional engagement from the reader. Tense scenes leave the reader both .
  2. Lengthen/stretch the fibers while the tension remains high. Less tension means less actin-myosin cross-bridges, which means less hypertrophy stimulation. That's why it's more effective to do the eccentric under control, not fast. The stretching of the fibers while they're producing tension is responsible for muscle damage and mTOR activation.
  3. Oct 19,  · 2. Balance high dramatic tension with calmer scenes. When you create obstacles for characters that build tension, they should be of different sizes. Varying the amount of tension added by complications will create variety and small climaxes and releases that make the main conflicts in your novel that much more powerful.
  4. Aug 22,  · A Tension-Higher This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  5. Dec 16,  · • Damaged machine parts: Bent needles and bobbins, and rough or damaged surfaces on the needle eyes, thread guides, tension discs, take-up lever, throat plate, presser foot, bobbin case, and in the bobbin area can all cause problems. If you drop a metal bobbin on a hard floor, throw it away, even if it looks fine; the smallest damage can.
  6. Decompress - When tension is high, breathing becomes high and rapid. We tend to take quick, shallow breaths from our chest when we are under pressure and nervous. It's important to take slow, deep breaths from your diaphragm (stomach area). Right before you take the putter back inhale and then let out a long slow breath.
  7. ten·sion (tĕn′shən) n. 1. a. The act or process of stretching something tight. b. The condition of so being stretched; tautness. 2. a. A force tending to stretch or elongate something. b. A measure of such a force: a tension on the cable of 50 pounds. 3. a. Mental, emotional, or nervous strain: working under great tension to make a deadline. b.
  8. Researchers aren't sure. However, exercising three to five times a week for 30 minutes can reduce your stress level. And if you have high blood pressure, doing activities that can help manage your stress and improve your health can make a long-term difference in lowering your blood pressure. Your reaction to stress may affect your blood pressure.
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