Arrrrggghhh,Stress can be so stressful.
Yeah I said that but it is not healthy to keep going through stress like this and not have ways to reduce or manage them nah
So we would looking at few ways (I said few ways because managing stress is a lot to handle) but to save time we would be looking into few…….
Stress is an inevitable part of life, but learning to manage it is something that will benefit you greatly.
Once you realize that you are the one in control of your life and the decisions you make, your stress will be easier to handle.
When dealing with stress you can either change your attitude or remove yourself from the stressful situation. Not everyone will handle stress the same way, and it is often times beneficial to have several different options for coping with each unique situation you might face.
Get Rid Of Unnecessary Stress
Stress is something that is going to come for each of us at different times and in different forms. While it is impossible to completely avoid it, there are a few things you can do to eliminate the amount of stress you are dealing with.
Don’t be afraid to say no
Often times we feel like we have to always be available to help other people out. While it is important to be available for our loved ones, we have to remember to take care of ourselves, too. Saying no doesn’t mean you are a bad person, you just have to keep yourself from having too much on your plate at one time.
Surround yourself with positive people
Negativity is contagious and if you are around people who are bringing you down, then it is time to find some new friends to spend your time with.
Be in control
Remembering that you are the one in control of your life and your decisions will help your whole perspective on the situation.
Don’t overbook your life
Keep your schedule open for downtime. When children are small, they need naps to recharge during the day. Adults also need designated time during the day to relax and do what they want to do. Keep your schedule open for this to be a possibility for you.
Make Time for Leisure Activities
Leisure activities can be a wonderful way to relieve stress.12 Yet, many people feel as though their lives are too busy for hobbies, games, or extra fun.
But building time for leisure into your schedule could be key to helping you feel your best. And when you feel better, you’ll perform better, which means leisure time may make your work time more efficient.
Whether you find joy in caring for a garden or you like making quilts, hobbies and leisure are key to living your best life.
Either you’re grateful for a sunny day or thankful you arrived at work safely, think about all the good things you have in life.
Gratitude also reminds you of all of the resources you have to cope with stress, which can be quite empowering.
Studies also show grateful people enjoy better mental health, lower stress, and a better quality of life.
So whether you decide to make it a habit to identify what you’re grateful for as you sit around the dinner table or you decide to write down three things you’re grateful for in a gratitude journal every day, make gratitude a regular habit.
Physical activity is key to managing stress and improving mental health and the best news is, there are many different kinds of activities that can reduce your stress.
Join a gym, take a class, or exercise outside. Keep in mind that there are many different ways to get more physical activity in your day too.
Walking, strength training and spin class are just a few different examples of ways you can get stress relief.