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How to Release Tension and Stay Free from Stress Anxiety

Updated on October 28, 2013
how to release tension
how to release tension

The fear or the possibility of occurring an unintentional incident can generate enormous negative emotion in human mind, which may occupy the mind for an indefinite time length, is known as tension or stress. The existence of fear, which is not real, is responsible causing tension in our mind. Before, we go details about the how to get rid of tension, you should know that tension works as a catalyst to bring positive energy to our life.

Negative Effects of tension

If your mind remain tensed almost all the time of a day , your daily activities and efficiencies are likely to be hampered to a great extent; it will have some serious negative consequences in your both professional and personal life. To live a tension free life, at first, you need to identify what actually causes tension in your mind, though we cannot control all incidents such as natural catastrophic events, mishaps, accidents etc.

Root causes and types of tension:

  • Relationship problems are one of the major reasons of tension/stress and in one or another way we all face this kind of tension in our daily life in the form of problems with our family, colleagues, neighbors etc.
  • Health problems-no one on earth is free from health problems. Many always remain super tensed about their health issue, but the truth is it is part of our life. I guess only superman does not worry too much about his health.
  • Natural incidents like earth-quake is a frequent phenomenon in countries like Japan-not only Japaneses parents, but also Japanese government always remain tensed about earthquake hitting them and their children,
  • Terrorist organizations give lots of tense moments to both world governments and general people as well.

Doubts and Tensions

“A doubting Thomas” type of person is more likely to cause stress in his life as well as in the life of his friends and families. As you all know a doubting mind without logic always suspect on any activity, unnecessarily spread his doubts in his surrounding environments-thus making life more complicated. My advice is either to correct doubting mind or avoid this type of people-both way you will not lose anything.

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how to relieve stress

How to get rid of tension

  • Every action of our life need to be supported by proper logic and judgments; though it may not be ideal in many situations, but it will work well in most cases.
  • Try to identify the tension areas of your mind. Just write down on a note pad what causes you getting most tensed (e.g. public speaking, decision making, social gathering ...)
  • Once you clearly know the tensions of your mind, try to convert your weakness or tensions into your strength. For example, if you always remain worried about public speaking, simply learn how to manage and avoid public speaking fear.
  • Most importantly, try to program your mind to live in a stress free mind. Take a 5-minute of your day, imagining that you are living a tension-free peaceful life. The key to get rid of tensions lies how effectively you program your mind.

Tension is a positive control

I personally believe that tension always does not bring negativeness in our mind. We get tensed because we love our life; we want to care more about our friends and families. So, becoming little tensed might work as an alarm from doing any wrong to the society.

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      Akshay 

      5 years ago

      Best!

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      ranjeet gupta 

      6 years ago

      this tips help us to decrease tensed,i like all points,today i m in tention,don't think about result what will b tomorrow,live in present,.,

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      Phors 

      6 years ago

      That's true, thanks so much!

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      mahlet 

      7 years ago

      thanks realy

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      7 years ago

      I love to ream stress free always.In fact I wrote this hub one day when I was going through intense moments of tension and anxiety.Thank you so much :)

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      jessyferari1 

      7 years ago from New York

      Thank you! when it hits me i feel so heavy headed like am going to fall sick, my head so tense that i can't wrap my mind around what is happening to me.

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      7 years ago

      @DjBryle-Thank you so much.I wrote this hub while I was traveling with intensed mind due to some of my personal problems. I found that mostly fear cause stress and tension, and the true is that fear is not real :)

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      DjBryle 

      7 years ago from Somewhere in the LINES of your MIND, and HOPEFULLY at the RIPPLES of your HEART. =)

      Wonderful and a very helpful hub! Thanks for sharing! =)

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      7 years ago

      @Lita-I think we all have the power to reprogram our mind to live a tension free live.The easiest way to program a mind is to repeat some affirmative words-certainly affirmative words create positive changes.Thanks a lot for your comment :)

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      Lita C. Malicdem 

      7 years ago from Philippines

      I like this- we can program our mind to be stress-free or even get rid of tension. Good work! Thanks for sharing this.

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      8 years ago

      Thank you Nordy,hope to meeting you in forums :)

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      Nordy 

      8 years ago from Canada

      Great hub andromida, I especially like the part about how a bit of tension can actually function in our lives, i.e. to stop us from doing harm. Keep up the great work!

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      8 years ago

      Thanks wren. Always pleasure to hear from you :)

    • wrenfrost56 profile image

      wrenfrost56 

      8 years ago from U.K.

      Another great hub andromida, I always enjoy your work. Some very good tips and advice here indeed. :)

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      8 years ago

      Maita-lol, what else I can say about relationships,you already know everything-relationship giving me lots of panic for a couple of days.I wrote this hub while I was traveling :)

      Lady_E.-Dear Elena, no need to buy any stress relief medicine, once anyone read this hub he is either above or beyond the point of stress :)I just wrote what I felt about stress, entirely based on my personal experience.While I was writing this hub, I used my other domain's knowledge and just tried to co-relate it, but I figure out that imagination part really helped me-LOA kind of experience. Always a pleasure to have your feedback :)

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      Elena 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Thanks Andromida - everyone needs this Hub. The beauty of it is - it also saves money. No need to buy medicine that will make you feel CALM all the time. I will take your advice: "Take a 5-minute of your day, imagining that you are living a tension-free peaceful life". I will amend my time to make it longer though.

      Regards

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      prettydarkhorse 

      8 years ago from US

      it is good I am out of relationships, but it has some positive relaxing benefits as well, I mean relationship hehe, Thanks andromida, I got ya, Maita

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      8 years ago

      Thanks a lot Coolmon.Good to see you back again :)

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      Coolmon2009 

      8 years ago from Texas, USA

      Good article and good information; thanks for sharing.

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      8 years ago

      Thanks a lot mywebdesignguide :)-You picked a really great login ID.

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      mywebdesignguide 

      8 years ago from Cairo

      Hi Andromida,

      As usual this is another great hub from you. Looking forward for more, keep it up.

      Cheers, Amr

    • andromida profile imageAUTHOR

      syras mamun 

      8 years ago

      Thank you ladybird.These tips helped me a lot.Glad to you see you in my "Tension" hub :)

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      Ladybird33 

      8 years ago from Fabulous USA

      Great, great tips! I like this hub, it is very helpful. Hope you are well, Ladybird.

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