10 Tips To Manage Stress
10 Tips To Manage Stress
10 PLUS Great Tips to Manage Stress
1 Getting organised
can be a wonderful tool to de-stress.
Get organised for the next day before you go to bed at night. This will allow your subconscious mind to
start organising your day. It will reduce stress by allowing you to focus only
on the task at hand and not worrying about the things you haven’t done yet.
: There are a number of
breathing techniques that can be used for managing stress. The
7:11 Breathing Pattern is the opposite of hyperventilation. This is a simple breathing technique that involves
breathing in for the count of 7 and breathing out for the count of 11.
Exercise Your Body, Calm Your Mind:
Doing activities that will simulate the "flight" response and expel the excessive adrenaline that has been released into the body as part of the stress response.
Food Glorious Food:
When someone is stressed,
it is a natural reaction to look at junk food. But junk food can leave you
feeling exhaustion or a bad mood. Having a balanced diet and regular meals is a
good way to fight stress. If you spend 4-5 hours without a meal, it is very
likely to turn to the junk food. Include
supplements from your naturopath. AVOID
Stay Hydrated with H2O
If you are feeling thirsty,
you are already beginning to dehydrate.
Drinking clean fresh fluid can help you flush toxins from the body,
re-oxygenate muscles and the brain, and cool the nervous system.
Get A Hobby:
When someone feels
irritation, a good way to remove stress is to find a hobby. Better are the
hobbies that include social
activity, as they contribute to a healthy social
lifestyle. But any relaxing hobby has beneficial properties, including removing
the mind from what causes stress.
Humour and fear can’t
occupy the same space at the same time.
Use humour as a fast effective way to dislodge fear and reduce stress. (9 ways humour can help is coming soon)
Pampering yourself is a
wonderful way of taking responsibility for getting your needs meet. Do what you
need to feel pampered.
Get A Good Nights Sleep:
Being tired makes it
difficult to deal with stressful situations. Try making yourself physically tired in order to get a good night’s
Ease Your Burden:
A visit to a registered and qualified hypnotherapist or counsellor
can help you identify the problems that create stress. Therapy
sessions can be beneficial because they allow you to express any negative thinking and get a un-biased objective opinion to your problems. A specialist will be able to give you advice
for relaxation and stress freethinking as well as positive guidance to address problems and stress.
Remember - Practice Makes Perfect
Be Nice To You If You Don't Get It Right - You'll Do Better & Better Each Time You Try
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