There is a high amount of stress in nursing, but what can nurses do about this? The following stress management on the nurse's article goes into some depths to explain some stress methods.
Please note that this technique can be applied to reduce stress at work in another area.
There are many methods and tips for nursing stress training. The trick, as always, is to really implement this in your work life.
I've found the best way to integrate things into working methods is getting used to and with experience and experience.
By habituating you, keep doing something useful even if you do not feel like it. It's a habit, you still do it. The fact is that when you do not feel like it's usually the time you need the most technology!
By testing different methods of experience and experience, you first learn what works for you and what does not.
Stress Management for Nurses
I spent 6 months working for the National Health Service (NHS) at a UK hospital. I was not a nurse but an administrator. But I learned a lot that is useful in stress nurses' management. I had to work closely with nurses and doctors and saw the conditions under which they were placed.
The following methods are those that I would recommend not only for nursing but also for another stressful job:
Nursing and physician need a lot of energy. You have to be in a lot of the day in certain departments and the workload can be a lot.
By keeping well, put your body in a better position to cope with the physical and emotional stresses that are put on the body.
2. Healthy food
Doctors and nurses know everything about how good nutrition means good health, but often is not time to eat. Or you're just too tired to eat right when you get home.
Tips I would suggest:
o Eat a very healthy breakfast: Porridge with fruit, nuts and dried fruits is wonderful and will keep you even if you have lunch.
o Eat plenty of energy food: Carbs like brown rice, pasta, potatoes are lovely to maintain energy, protein (chicken, white meat, pulse is another energy boost), fruit bananas like they are good for energy) and nuts (great energy source).
I have found the following methods to be very powerful and I use them regularly in meetings and conversations.
There are a few different ways that can be used to reduce stress:
1. Imagine being surrounded by white light at all times of the day, especially if you are in a very stressful state.
2. When you start to get very stressed, breathe deeply and imagine roots that come out of the bottom of your foot and soothe you. Release the voltage in the ground.
3. Show mirrors around you. Do not allow stress and illness in you. Think it again.
4. Loving Kindness (Tonglen)
This technique is completely different from the above methods, but it's important to see who works for you.
It's a wonderful Tibetan Buddhist scholar named Pema Chodron. She teaches a technique called Tonglen. The idea is that you breathe in another pain and breathe out love and compassion.
This technique was used by many Tibetan monks during their Chinese persecution. This is a testament to how well it works!
1. You are facing difficult situations or people; They are angry, stressed or anxious.
2. You breathe in the darkness or their pain.
3. You then breathe out white light, love, compassion, joy, balance.
4. You then breathe in the pain and gloom of all the world
5. You breathe out a healing and light for all beings.
It's very simple and you'll find your heartbeat in joy and love rather than shut down in fear and pain. Try it now and see how well it works. Think of somebody in pain and do it for them.
To repeat confirmation in very stressful situations is very useful. If your mind is ranting about how difficult it is, it will be.
Challenge your thoughts with positive words.
"This will also happen"
"I'm doing great."
May you be careful and take care first look at you and then your cup will flow.