SYMPTON OF STRESS | STRESS MANAGEMENT TIPS
What is Stress?
Stress is a part of life, I am sure that all of us always have this situtation included me too. so it requires us to adjust. Stress is a reaction to the beginning of such adjustment. A little stress makes people become alert and are needed so we are able to motivate themselves, adapt, and immediately find ways to cope with such stress.
This type of stress called eustress, which is stress that can makes someone to be getting stronger and able to adjust. So naturally if we’re in this kind of stress conditions. Some causes of stress can be sourced from the problems of everyday life.
While some stress is actually necessary for you to function at your best, too much takes a mental and physical toll. Learn to manage stress levels to prevent anxiety, depression and other conditions.
To reduce the stress of time pressure, set priorities for yourself. There are things that have to be done and things would be nice to do. You must learn to take some things out of the necessary category and tried them as nice to do.
For a quick relief from anxiety and stress, slowly breaths in through your nose, comfortable expnding your abdomen first and then your rid cage and release the breath through your nose (more slowlythan you let it in) and silently say.. Relax.
Take a vacation, even if you n get away for only a long weekend. But don’t habitually wail until you are overloaded with stress before taking vacations. That will only contaminate your experience. Limit your desire. Shorten the list of your needs.
These are root causes of most mental stress and anxiety. Get caught napping. Naps are greatly under rated stress relivers in our work-oriented culture. A University of Athens Medical School study found that men who napped at least 30 minutes a day had a 30 per cent lower risk of heart attachs than non-nappers.
Here’s how to get the most out of your naps. Limit your nap to 60 to 90 minutes. Never force a nap, but try to develop a “naptitude” for 10 to 15 minute naps. Don’t nap in the morning, late afternoon or evening. The ideal nap time is 2 to 3 p.m. If your get up at 6 or 7 a.m. Exercising for 40 minutes can result in reduce the stress levels for upto three hours. An equal period of rest and relaxation reduces stress for only 20 minutes.