I find practicing Yoga and Meditation to be an amazingly stress and anxiety management! Give it a go and enjoy the success. Katie
I find a few minutes of quiet in a dark room, just breathing deeply can help during a busy or stressful work day.
Other things that have helped me are:
- a long hot bath with candles
- a long walk, alone, listening to music
- discussing any stand-alone issue with a close friend
- cute youtube videos of animals, particularly kittens!
The only politically correct way (!) to manage stress and anxiety is to take charge of your life. Stress implies that you are not in control of your affairs of life. This article talks about it in detail:
http://www.squidoo.com/stress-relief-te … -your-life
One of the most important things that I have learned is that you really just need to breath. A lot of people don't put enough focus on this when they're freaking out. When you're stressed, take some time for yourself. Do something you enjoy, and let your stress levels drop. Also, while you're doing it, still remember to continue breathing. Its important
No one can tell you in a few words. This site has helped many: http://www.crufad.org/
Stress and anxiety do have their place. They push us to make necessary changes in our lives. They signal when we may be in danger, and inspire us to take action to get ourselves out of danger. (This danger can be any type of threat to our physical or emotional well-being, from not doing well on a test to losing a job to losing a friend.) In this way, feelings of stress and anxiety are healthy and necessary; without them, we may not act in our own best interest.
- Believe that everything will be better & it is a matter of time & some patience.
- Remember how many things brought stress before & ultimately have sloved, sure you blamed yourself for the stress you was feeling.
- Believe that when you reduce the stress, you will do better for sloving your problems.
- Nothing will stay forever, and the situation will be better.
- Remember the good things which you have & don't focus on what you miss.
Exercise everyday will help. Walking hard, listening to music. Exercise in any form will help but I think a pushing, hard walk works best. Another thought is to have a part of your day just for you doing what you enjoy most.
Writing can be stressful and cause great frustration for the writer. Avoid burnout caused by stress and anxiety by looking after yourself and you may well bring out the writer within. Taking time out is as important as getting enough sleep. read more
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