Stress management tips
Do light exercise daily to cheer up
Stop your work for sometime and think about a different thing. This will bright your brain and can finish the job easier.
Don’t think it is a long process. Sometimes it can even do in seconds. Just blank up your mind for sometime, with closed or opened eyes.
Arrange yourself in a well ventilated and lighted up place.
As a proverb ‘too much of anything is good for nothing’, even it may be your work or thoughts. Do all things in regulated manner
Do things whatever it may be, with pleasure. Find happiness in everything.
Share the worries, happiness etc to near and dears.
Never thought that what would be the thought of the people around you about you. Just be perfect up to your inner self.
Take regular holidays
Relax your mind by going for a cinema or an outing or any other entertainment you like once in a week or fortnightly.
Sleep had a deep clench on the causation of stress. Make your sleep regular. Try to sleep in a regular time.
Food habits should be regular. Take healthy and nutritious food.
Over use of alcohol, cigarettes etc. not only relives stress but makes other serious problems also. It is just like an escape by screwing up the brain and nervous system. I.e. the person himself or herself without all those things are not able to face the problem.
Sometimes our inertness or muteness can solve the problems.
The most important thing is when a person identifies that he or she is under stress, then starts the plunge of stress so it is important to recognize and deal with it.
Instead of seeing the -ve, pay attention to the +ve
Too much emotional stress can cause physical illness, such as high blood pressure, ulcers or even heart disease. Physical stress from work or exercise is not likely to cause such ailments.
A good cry can be a healthy way to bring relief to your anxiety, and it might even prevent a headache or other physical consequence. Take some deep breaths; they also release tension.
Although you can use drugs to relieve stress temporarily, drugs do not remove the conditions that caused the stress in the first place. Drugs, in fact, may be habit-forming and create more stress than they relieve. They should be taken only on the advice of your doctor.