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10 Tips to Overcome Stress

Posted by on February 13, 2020 in Stuff with 0 Comments

Stress is one of the main triggers of diseases such as migraine, hypertension, anxiety disorders or depression, and is also responsible for reducing labor productivity.

Learn healthy habits and 10 techniques to cope with stress

1. Exercise frequently

Physical activity is beneficial to relieve the symptoms of stress such as fatigue and weakness, and during exercise, there is a release of dopamine and other endorphins that generate a feeling of general well-being.

Practice exercises and learn new routines to avoid falling into boring routines, outdoor physical activities such as jogging, cycling or swimming are a very good alternative.

2. Establish a healthy diet

Stress has turned out to be a perfect excuse for an unhealthy diet, which ends up establishing a vicious circle. Eating healthy helps prevent disease and modifies mood.

Try to bring healthy snacks to the office such as nuts, fruits, and yogurt, they are delicious alternatives.

Prepare your own lunches, this guarantees better nutrition and reduces expenses on meals away from home.

3. Keep stress away from home

The work environment can be one of the main triggers of stress, it is very common for people to take accumulated work home to finish it, however, this makes it difficult for you to get a space to relax since the workday is basically continuing at home.

Avoid continuing your workday at home, respect your space of tranquility and comfort.

4. Write daily

Sometimes it can be difficult to express emotions especially if they are fraught with frustration and stress, many therapists recommend writing to express them because this produces a feeling of liberation and can even help you in solving problems.

This therapy can help you find yourself, and identify the thoughts that cause stressful situations.

5. Meditation and breathing therapies

Meditation consists of self-knowledge of thoughts and emotions; in this way, they can be corrected if they generate stress or anxiety. Studies state that with only 10 minutes of daily meditation you can reduce anxiety and stress considerably.

6. Consider adopting a pet

Pets are a great option to reduce stress, having a pet will allow you to have better emotional control, promote physical activity, promote responsibility and can reduce levels of stress, anxiety and the risk of depression.

7. Stable a healthy sleep routine

Sleep reduces stress levels; the average duration of sleep should be 7 to 8 hours a day. During this time deep sleep is achieved, it is the third stage of sleep and in it, the processes of energy recovery and cellular renewal occur.

8. Organize your daily activities

Planning your activities weekly allows you to organize in the short and medium-term. It is advisable to make a list of daily activities depending on the priority of each one- and establish-time limits to avoid accumulation, organizing allows you to control and reduce stress.

9. Realistic goals

A great cause of stress is the pressure to achieve many things or a great goal in very short periods of time, this only increases the frustration and stress, working on short-term goals and projects are more useful to realize large projects.

10. Reserve time for you and your family

Stress can cause isolation, devote 1 day or 2 a week to your family and friends to share and get away from work every day reduces stress levels, strengthens social and family relationships.

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