How To Deal With Stress

Stress is the feeling of being overwhelmed or unable to cope with mental or emotional pressure.

However, being stressed up is a normal feeling generally triggered by things happening in your life; being under lots of pressure, perceptions about outcomes, big changes, self-esteem, worrying about things you have no control over, or having responsibilities that you’re finding overwhelming.

Stress is results from many factors, there might be one big thing causing you emotional or psychological breakdowns. It may be harder for you to identify what’s making you stressed, or how you can deal with such pressures. We’re all different, so a situation that doesn’t bother you at all might cause someone else a lot of stress. For example, if you’re feeling confident or usually enjoy public speaking, you might find that giving a speech in front of people feels comfortable and fun. But if you’re feeling low or usually prefer not to be the centre of attention, this situation might cause you to experience signs of stress.

If you’re stressed, whether by your job or something more personal, the first step to feeling better is to identify the cause but although you should do whatever it takes to avoid this type of relentless mental abuse, you should welcome moderate doses of stress with open arms. Humans have a flight-or-fight response, which is an inborn physiological reaction that occurs when they’re under attack. Your body is wired to handle everyday, normal stressors, and when your natural defenses kick in, your well-being improves.

Tips to Manage Anxiety and Stress

Take a time-out.

Practice some alone time, listen to music, meditate, get a massage, have some yoga or learn relaxation techniques. Stepping back from the problem helps clear your head

Eat well-balanced meals.

Do not skip any meals. Do keep healthful, energy-boosting snacks on hand. Limit the intake of alcohol and caffeine, which can aggravate anxiety and trigger panic attacks

Get enough sleep.

When stressed, your body needs additional sleep and rest to retract from where it left off.

Exercise daily

To help you feel good and maintain your health, hit the gym ones in a while, jog and do some routine exercises daily. Take deep breaths. Inhale and exhale slowly.

Do your best.

Instead of aiming for perfection, which isn’t possible, be proud of however close you get. Accept that you cannot control everything.

Maintain a positive attitude.

Make an effort to replace negative thoughts with positive ones

Get involved.

Volunteer or find another way to be active in your community, which creates a support network and gives you a break from everyday stress.

Talk to someone.

Tell friends and family you’re feeling overwhelmed, and let them know how they can help you.

Be active

Exercise won’t make your stress disappear, but it will reduce some of the emotional intensity that you’re feeling, clearing your thoughts and letting you deal with your problems more calmly.

We often hear how stress can have devastating effects on the body. It can cause insomnia, either weight gain or loss and increase your blood pressure. But despite these, stress is inevitable cause many breathe, drink and eat stress. Stress is sometimes like accidents we can’t escape. Even when we think, stress rears its ugly head, snapping us back to reality.

The keys to good stress management are building emotional strength, being in control of your situation, having a good social network, and adopting a positive outlook.

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