How to Manage Stress

Stress is an emotional strain resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances. It can cause depression, high blood pressure, fatigue and even heart disease. Sudden emotional stress can even lead to heart attack.

It is part of daily life for example some events happen in your life or things you do yourself put stress on your body. You can get stress from the environment around you or from your thoughts.

Our body is designed to experience it and react to it. The quicker you get rid of it the better it is for your health.

Try to relieve stress the natural way rather than turning to alcohol, tobacco or drugs as these substances cause more problems like headache, heart problem, diabetes, skin problem and asthma or even arthritis and many more.

You can learn to manage stress and live a healthier and happier life. The tips given below are some ways in which you can get relief:

  • Identify the cause and address it by discussing with your family members, friends, work colleagues or some medical expert.
  • Always think positive and get rid of negative thoughts by doing some productive activity that you enjoy.
  • Assert your feelings and believes rather than getting angry and being invasive.
  • Rest your mind by having a good sleep, as our body needs time to recover from stressful events.
  • Stay relaxed by breaking off from the activity you are doing to take a few deep breathes.
  • Be able to accept that there are some events that are beyond your control and instead calmly think about what you can do to change it occurring again.
  • Learn and practice yoga meditation, which is the best cure of stress.
  • Eat a healthy and balanced diet as this plays a major role in stress management.
  • Get your mind off the stress by thinking about something that makes you happy.
  • Focus on the activity you doing rather that thinking about the stress.
  • Manage your time effectively as poor time management can cause a lot of stress. Prioritise the tasks and break them into small chunks.
  • Don’t over commit yourself and learn to say no if you are unable to meet the deadline.
  • Do some activity that you enjoy the most; this could be yoga, exercising, swimming, walking, jogging or something else relating to entertainment.

If you follow these tips then your stress will become much more managed and will start to disappear. Even when it arises again you will have adapted how to handle it in a relaxing way.

 

 

 

Ashall

I am a self-motivated, well organized, customer focused and initiative driven professional with an accomplished career history as a retail manager. I am skilled in dealing with problems in a resourceful manner. I have worked in a Manufacturing Industry as an Operations Manager for over 15 years and managed a large team of staff. My ambition is to own a business and be a successful businessman. I have travelled a lot and want to travel more around the world and enjoy my life. I love to practice Yoga, which strengthens me mentally and physically. My favorite Yoga exercises are Kapalbhati and Anulom Vilom. I like to spend my spare time with my family.