41. Try to keep your chin up. ESP especially when you think the things are at worst, try to keep your chin up and chest out. In times of crisis, things always seem very losing. This time will pass. It will be better this morning.
42. Take horticulture. Gardening allows you not only to connect to the mother of nature but also to the benefit of physical activity. Research has also shown that in the garden or even viewing can affect stress.
43. Take a walk along the beach. A natural environment is known to prevent deeper relaxation in the brain. The beach, especially with fresh air and rhythmic rolls for centuries, can have a calming effect on you.
44. Talk to friends and family. Sometimes it helps to talk with friends and family when you are stressed. While they are not professional counselors, talking to them gives you the opportunity to express your feelings and anxieties.
Search for professional assistance. If stress is just too overwhelming you may want to seek out-of-the-range counselors, healthcare professionals or coaches. An expert can help you optimize and provide ways to deal with stress.
46. Take a course. A course in stress management will teach you how to know the symptoms of stress and how to deal with it. If bad time management is your problem, courses in this area are also very useful.
47. Develop hobbies. Learning hobbies or interesting activities is a great form of stress relief. It allows you to forget about the outside world for a while, especially those things that contribute to your stress.
48. Read a book. Reading can be a great escape from stress because it encourages you to focus on something other than your own trouble. Research has also shown that people who read have a better ability to understand how others think and feel and be better prepared to cope with problems.
49. See the good picture. Like reading, the good movie also gives you an opportunity to focus on something other than your own concerns. It's important to choose a rational movie that's positive and makes you feel good, not one that's depressing.
50. Try positive eyesight or guidance. Think about time or place when you were relaxed and content. By recreating the situation in your mind, remembering the goal, smell and sound changes your emotions that positively affect you physically.
51. Sex can be a great stress news. It not only concerns your concerns, for a while, it promises deep breathing, exercise and provides a lot of touch.
52. Reduce your confidence in alcohol and tobacco. While such alcohol and tobacco can be of good quality to you, they actually harm the body that can contribute to or add to the stress you are experiencing.
53. Live in peace. Do not argue just because of it or go away to see the bad side of the people. You will inevitably cause you fear and stress. Look further on the positive side of people and what they have to offer as human.
54. Wear comfortable clothes Uncomfortable clothes, clothing that may be too tight, feeling too hot or too cold or hurting your feet may affect physical tension and promote stress that you feel.
55. Eliminate rely on drugs to control and deal with stress. Medications can have a negative chemical effect on the body that creates excessive stress. Look at various methods to reduce and control your stress.
56. To reduce stress and anxiety at work, at school or at home, divide large-scale projects into smaller, precise tasks. See each small task as a progressive step toward your final goal.
57. Do not overflow your feelings. Express your feelings positively to those that could cause stress. In many cases, such people do not know the negative effects they may have on you.
58. Write a journal that examines the thoughts and feelings you have had during the day. Journaling is known to counteract the negative effects of stress. It not only helps to clarify your thoughts, but also helps to express the feelings that were created.
59. Understand your stresses. So what does your stress call? What are you worried about? Once you know the source of your stress, you can find ways to either reduce their likelihood and more effective strategies to control stress.
60. Do not be a perfectionist all the time. This only adds to the pressure you put on yourself that can mean stress. Sometimes it's better to compromise and not to do something as you would naturally want.