101 Stress Management Tips – Part 2

21. Get a massage. Massage can relieve muscle tension and rigidity, and increase the mobility of the joints. Research shows massage can reduce heart rate, lower blood pressure and increase blood circulation, contributes to relaxation.

22. Accept responsibility for where you are in your life. By accepting this attitude, we no longer become a victim who has delivered power to someone else, but just a person who can solve all the problems.

23. Visualize slowly, especially during stress or intense emotions. In the context of deep breathing, this can help to create a calm emotional and psychological condition.

24. Explain exactly what is disturbing you. In many cases, the solution to problems that make you stress can be easily identified by analyzing and writing the problem on paper.

25. Know your limitations so you can prevent life from becoming too stressful. Do not try to overload, commit or attempt to break down.

26. Get enough rest. A great key to achieving the best results and dealing with stress is to rest both spiritually and physically. Make sure you go to bed early for a minimum of one night a week.

27. Being low in energy can make you tired and contribute to stress. For more energy, introduce high energy sources into a diet such as banana, pineapple, strawberry, spinach and cabbage, red meat and even high-energy smoothies.

28. Increase the use of iron. If you are low in iron, you may become mild depressed that can definitely inhibit your ability to cope with stress. Try to eat foods high in iron, including lentils, spinach, tofu and lean beef, as well as iron supplements.

29. Drink plenty of water. On average, you should drink eight glasses of water a day, otherwise you may risk drying, which may cause you to feel bad and low in energy and therefore more susceptible to stress.

30. The status of body and chakras is directly related to you physically, emotionally and mentally. Maintaining a healthy energy model will help not only to cope with stress and many other challenges that life can lead to.

31. Surround yourself with positive and supportive and influential. Reduce communication with people who are usually negative or stressed. Do not listen to people who are pessimistic or too important to you.

32. Consider the following as personal philosophy: "Hold your peace of mind to accept what I can not change, courage and solution to change what I can, and wisdom to know the difference."

33. Laugh your stress away. Laughter is a good tool for dealing with the challenges of your life that would otherwise make you feel overwhelmed and stressed. It reduces muscle stress due to stress and promotes hormone production, natural painkillers for the body.

34. Go for a walk. This is not only a good load management, but also a great picture of the movement that anyone can do. This is especially useful during stressful hours at work or after heated in the discussion. Have a regular day, either in the morning, at noon or in the evening.

35. Repeat mantra, meaningful word or phrase, throughout the day and night. Research has shown that mantra can help you better deal with stress. Your mantra can be spiritual in nature, such as "Amen" or "Om", or not totally unrelated to any tradition, such as "quiet".

36. A rewarding personal life can help you deal better with stress, especially at work. This can mean spending excellent quality time with your loved ones or regularly taking friends.

37. Drink herb tea. Different herbs are known for targeting and supporting certain parts of the body, including the nervous, circulatory and cardiovascular systems. It is an ideal beverage to deal with stress and other disorders, including colds, flu and tiredness.

38. Listen to music (as you like). Music has an amazing ability to change mood and relieve stress. It can not only be used to sooth, but also to "turn" your energy levels when necessary.

39. Learn from a lesson. Sometimes stress can be caused by mistakes you have made or any other adverse conditions that have occurred. Rather than brooding over it, look at lessons that can be learned from experience.

40. Take a regular holiday or vacation. It is important to take regular time from stress in your life. A regular holiday or break gives you the opportunity to recharge your batteries, reconnect to you and prevent burnouts.


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