10 Ways To De-stress-kaya scodelario

Stress is a normal part of life and is necessary for survival. A little stress can be a motivating force in achieving results, deadlines and out.es both personally and professionally. Most high achievers believe that they thrive on stressful situations as it forces them to make decisions that contribute to their overall success. But when is stress too much to cope with? Stress be.es too much when the stress is greater than our individual coping mechanisms and we can no deal with situations effectively. It is during this time when people be.e overwhelmed that they say things like their getting stressed, they are stressed out or stressed to the max. Below are some strategies that can assist with coping with high stress situations and facilitate the de-stressing process. 1. BE POSITIVE Avoid stress heads as they will not only frustrate you but add to your anxiety. You are what you think- your thoughts control your life and your attitude can make or break you. So surround yourself with positive people who will inspire and motivate you. 2. GET BACK TO NATURE Whether it’s taking a nature trek, walking along the beach or watching the stars, make sure you take the time to recharge. Nature is a source of strength and balance. "The richness I achieve .es from Nature, the source of my inspiration." – Claude Mo. "The happiest man is he who learns from nature the lesson of worship." – Ralph Waldo Emerson 3. INDULGE YOURSELF You work hard; you deserve to treat yourself to the occasional pampering. A relaxing full body massage will release all the stress from all your extremities. The euphoric feeling can also be achieved by handing over your visa card to the shop assistant, when undertaking retail therapy. 4. SELF ASSURANCE Believing in your talents is important driver and will see you surpass your own expectation. "One important key to success is self-confidence. An important key to self- confidence is preparation." Arthur Ashe 5. LAUGHTER THE BEST MEDICINE Laughter is the best natural stress remedy; it releases endorphins, the bodys’ natural pain killers and produces a general sense of well being. "Laugh at your problems; everybody else does." unknown 6. DON’T BOTTLE IT UP Every time you share your frustrations you release its power over you. A problem shared is a problem halved. The burden is never as heavy when shared by another. If you do not subscribe to talking to others then write down all your frustrations and give them to a friend not directly involved in your stress. They may be able to offer an objective point of view. 7. SOAK YOUR TROUBLES AWAY A soothing, hot bath and can improve physiological processes such as circulation. As the tense muscles relax, so does your entire body, as well as your overstressed mind. Relax with candles, calming music in the background and don’t f.et the glass of wine. 8. DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY A sure way to f.et your stress is to take a night out with friends. Dancing is good for the mind, not just the body. It can help with stress relief because it provides a way for the body to release tension and pent-up frustration. 9. DON’T BURN THE CANDLE AT BOTH ENDS The only candle you should be burning is the one under the oil burner. Not only will the essential oils assist with calming you but also with sleeping. One of the best regimens for dealing with stress is well within our reach yet almost always taken for granted; getting enough sleep. We don’t call it "beauty sleep" for nothing. Make sure you get at least 8 hours sleep every night and keep to a sleep routine if you can. 10. EXERCISE, EAT WELL AND REMEMBER TO BREATH! Exercise is a way of redirecting negative emotions. Through exercise stress hormones like cortisol are decreased and natural happy hormones like endorphins are released giving your body and mind a natural high. Exercise usually involves a change of scenery, whether it’s a gym, dojo or outdoor setting, all of which can be relaxing. The benefits of eating well not only help with your overall health and longevity it can also assist with your weight loss goals. When we look better we feel better. Breathing and meditation techniques can assist in managing your stress. Having a personal mantra which redirects your negative energy into a positive state of mind can be used as a part of this technique. These activities provide calming and relaxing sensory input for stress relief and can be selected according to lifestyle and preference. Remember, the most important priority is you! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: