Sometimes it may seem like there's nothing you can do about your stress level. When you work from your logical brain, the brain says things like … "The bills are not going to stop coming, there will never be more hours a day for all the errands I need to run and my career and family responsibilities must do or misfortune will strike ".
Most of us are so excited about stress in our daily lives that it becomes our second nature and we do not know what causes stress. The answer is, what causes stress is the thoughts we are thinking. When we experience stress, it is because our thoughts are in line with the potential consequences (in other words, without our having become) instead of the production we desire. We are working out of fear. It is easier to understand this will when thinking of the example of two athletes. One athlete fulfills their sport and is confident in their own worth. Because when this athlete climbs into the starting line-up, their thoughts are in line with winning and enjoying the race. Emotions that flood this athletic system are the exemplary and excitement of their sports. The other athlete may be in trouble with himself and lose confidence, and when they enter the starting point, their thoughts are not in line with "working," but their thoughts are in line with "not losing". The possibility of losing and the consequences of such results cause emotions to flood this athletic system to be stress and anxiety and because they do not enjoy sports as they would normally do without stress.
Stress reactions overflow your body with substances that prepare you for "fight or flight." In other words, it prepares you for consequences. The problem is that we live in a physical reality as we all live our own reality on the basis of the thoughts we think for a long time. And the feelings we feel (like stress) are indications of what types of experiences we are creating for ourselves in our lives. If you are mentally in tune with undesirable results (trying to prevent them with effort and action) you will feel stressed and if stress becomes prolonged, you will inevitably have to create very undesirable results that you are in line with (pushing for ). This is the attraction of the foundation of the universe. Mark whatever you say "no", you are attracting your experience and whatever you say "yes" to, you are appealing to your experience. You can't say no to anything and don't keep what you're saying "no" to your primary focus. And whatever you emphasize will come in a physical dimension.
But the truth of the matter is that you have much more control than you might think. Indeed, simply the fact that you control your life and that you control your life with your thoughts, which is the basis of stress management.
Stress management is about making decisions. And how you look at your life's priority. Reducing stress is to receive your thoughts (and then your feelings), your plan, your environment, and how you see problems. You don't have to fear stress. You can instead learn how to recognize it within yourself, mark it for what it is and see it as a positive red flag that has been raised to tell you that you do not live your life as you want to live your life or own deserve to live your life. Here are 10 ways to help you eliminate stress in your life.
1. Identify the actual stress and unhealthy reactions that you can use to avoid stress. Look closely at your habits, attitudes and excuses.
You define stress as an integral part of your work or home life by defining with beliefs such as "things are always crazy here" or as part of your personality by matching views like "I'm just a natural angry man ", or" I'm just worried … that's all ". Are you used to explaining stress as temporary when not? Do you say things like "I only have millions of things happening now" even though you can't remember the last time you took your breath? Are You Teaching Your Stress to Other People or External Events Instead of Recognizing Harmful Attitudes or Thinking Patterns That Attract People and Events That Increase Your Stress Levels in Your Life? Are you examining your stress as normal and therefore abnormal? Until you accept responsibility for the role you play in creating or maintaining stress, your stress pressures will not be under your control. Are you trying to cope with strategies that reduce stress but temporarily reduce stress, for example:
• Most often or eating
• Trying to avoid stress by deleting time in front of the TV or computer
• Withdrawal from friends, family and activities
• Use of pills or drugs to relax
• Escape by sleeping too much
• Fill every minute of the day by doing so to prevent problems
• Focusing on others (lashing out, angry rashes, physical violence)
It's very important when you hire Your course where you want to be in life, first be honest with yourself about where you are now. Imagine where you are is just where you are. There is nothing to keep you there. And recognizing that you not only want your life to feel better but you are also committed to finding a way to feel better.
2. Change the way you think.
How you feel has a universal impact on your emotional and physical well-being. Every time you feel negative thinking about yourself or your life, your body responds as if it were in the throat tension state. If you think of positive thoughts about yourself and your life, your body will react to getting rid of stuff that makes you feel good. Work to eliminate words like "always", "never", "should" and "must". from your vocabulary. These final statements are very conducive to the thoughts that are self-reliant and create stress.
Don't try to control unmanageable. Many things in life are beyond our control (such as the behavior of others, for example). Rather than emphasizing what you can't control, focus on what you can control. The only thing we have real control over in our lives is our own thoughts. The more we learn to have our own thoughts, the more power we will have in our lives. Our thoughts are what no one else can choose for us. The more power we think we have in life, the less stress we will suffer. You can't hesitate and relax when you continue to focus on what makes you life powerless and you can't control. So, learn to skip them.
Review of Problems. Learn to think positively by practicing thoughts of yourself and your life that feel better when you think about them. Try to look at stressful situations from a positive point of view. For example, rather than fleeing a traffic jam, consider it as an opportunity to pause and rebuild, listen to your favorite radio station, or use time. When stress is coming down, take a moment to discuss everything you thank in your life, including your own positive qualities and gifts. This simple strategy can help you keep things in touch.
Look at the big picture. Learn to explore stressful situations from a different perspective. Ask yourself how important it will be in the long run. Will it matter this month? Will it matter every year? Is it really worth getting upset? If the answer is no, focus on time and energy elsewhere. Perfection is a major source of avoided stress. Stop setting yourself up for failure with demanding perfection. Perfection is a very subjective concept. Perfection is in the eye of the beholder. Set fair standards for yourself and others. And learn to love yourself as you are, rather than relying on your merit on what you present or produce in life. Many of us are focused. We see happiness as a conclusion. Destination we come to and then the trip stops. The truth is, it never stops. You will never "get it all done". The process of processing is one of continuous development, when we achieve something we desire, we do not stop going. Instead, we desire something else. This is how life was meant to be. So the lifestyle is enjoying the process (all aspects of the process). Sometimes if you just agree that you will never get it all done and there will always be more you are reaching out, you can skip the hook trying to get it all over here and now as you possibly can.
3. Find out what makes you happy.
When many of us are dealing with stress, we stand in adulthood surrounded by a life that has not been independently created. Instead, it has been created by default. This means that we have built our goals and do not despair of what makes us happy. But instead of what satisfies other people's priorities (especially documentary in our early life and society as a whole). Many of us have lost touch with what makes us happy. The risk of putting value on what makes you happy and who you really are often feels that you don't love what really is about you. It may also feel like the risk of being a mistake by others (which is a threat to the self-confidence of all people) so it's easy to see how putting value on what makes you very happy can be a very awesome proposition. But until you reveal your true desire and what truly makes you happy, you can't be truly happy. If you've lost touch with what makes you happy, one of the best ways to get back in touch is to re-think your natural childhood intake. Make a long list of things you knew you loved when you were a child. Make a list of your natural abilities as a child and try to remember what you wanted to be when you grow up. Now, after you have created that list, be sure to ask yourself why. Why do you love these things? Why did you have this natural talent? Why do you want to grow up to be these things? Ask yourself "do I still practice this?" If not … why? Can I remember what caused me to quit? Was it because of someone else? Do I remember how it seemed to stop doing this? And then take a step forward to try any of these things once once loved to do … again.
From here, fast forward. Ask yourself what a favorite part of your entire life was so far and why this particular item was a favorite part of your life. Get as accurate as you can to discover the true reason you used it so much. And after that, ask yourself what you like about the life you are living in now? What am I passionate about in my life now? Have I dedicated these things to the back burner, or are they the main focus of my life? This process will help you understand what you love as separate from your conditional and logical brain (which is mechanical in nature) has often been taught to minimize the feelings of states such as joy and passion.
Finding your own personal idea of happiness (which is very individual) is an incredibly important part of reducing stress because vibration, happiness is a state that is totally absent.
4. Seek out tools that work to reduce stress.
There are many sources and products worldwide that the only purpose is to help you reduce stress. So, look them out! Get started by making a list of things you can already tell that help you reduce stress. When stress comes up, get in the habit of going to the list and choosing something from the list to do. Set out to learn and practice fire fighting techniques. The relaxation response returns to your system balance. It deepens your breathing, reduces stress hormones, slows heart rate and blood pressure, and relaxes your muscles. In addition to calming physical effects, research shows that the relaxation response enhances energy and focus, improves illness, relieves trauma and pain, raises troubles and increases motivation and productivity. Relaxation methods may include things like Emotional Freedom Technique, deep breathing, visualization, progressive muscle relaxation, meditation, yoga, tai chi, massage, stretching or aromatherapy.
5. Make your health a priority.
The body is an incredibly reflective device. When the mind is thinking negative, stressful thoughts, these thoughts are reflected in the body. But it is also true that when the body is held in negativity and stress, stress and negativity are reflected in the mind. So it is very helpful to take control of your physical health.
Exercise regularly. Exercise does not have to be a source of more stress. In fact, it can be a great stress charger if you can find an exercise that you enjoy doing instead of simply exercising for the sake of the movement. Physical activity helps increase the production of your brain's emotional neurotransmitters, called endorphins. Endorphins are natural pain thresholds and they make you emotional. They are responsible for known "runners". Exercise powerful muscles (using) to release their tension. Exercise can also be like meditation going on. You often find that you have forgotten the irritation of the day and focus only on body movements when you are exercising. And it helps you release exciting energy. When you regularly start shedding your daily stress with exercise and exercise, you can find that this focus on one mission that leads to energy and optimism can help you stay calm and clear in everything you do. Exercise can also improve your sleep.
Eat healthy, balanced meals. You are what you eat. Nourishing diet can counteract the effects of stress, by strengthening the immune system and lowering blood pressure. Comfort foods (such as potatoes) are shown to increase the levels of serotonin, sedative brain matter. Other foods may reduce the dose of cortisol and adrenaline (stress hormone-taking hormones). Focusers tend to gain weight and make food choices that are not healthy. There is a wealth of information available from diet experts who specifically reduce stress and many herbal remedies that have been shown to reduce stress. Look for them and try to make the suggestions. You will be surprised by the results! It is important that you do not rely on sugar, caffeine, alcohol or other drugs to reduce stress. Trusting such things not only creates physical or mental effort, it harms your body in the long run.
Get enough rest and sleep. Insomnia is prolonged in our culture. Insomnia is one of the main stress concerns. Lack of sleep increases the levels of cortisol, stress hormone. Insomnia also affects the immune system (the degradation of certain cells needed to destroy viruses and cancer cells), it promotes the growth of fat instead of muscle and the faster aging. Your body needs time to recover from stressful events. Adequate sleep burns your mind as well as your body. Tired will increase your stress because it can cause you to think illogical. When you are tired, you are less patient and confident that can increase stress. And then, to make matters worse, you won't have the energy to deal with stress. Most adults need 7-8 hours of sleep a night. Start sleeping for priority. Start seeing what doesn't need luxury.
6. Learn to manage your time better.
In this physical dimension lead to linear life. No matter how appropriately all of us may think we are in multi-tasking, when it comes to action, we can only be in one place at a time. Anyway, we can only really do one task in every moment. An average man or woman, day and day life is a puppet of cruel activity. Life consists of rushing from one task to another, but is still not really worth anything at the end of the day. It is therefore very useful to learn how to manage our time better. Using time effectively helps eliminate stress by regulating chaos. It is very helpful to reduce stress by being organized. No one can think clearly when they are surrounded by an undivided physical environment. So start by clearing and organizing the environment.
A cluttered mental environment is conducive to stress and ineffective time management as well. One way to combat this type of mess is to learn how to write a list and then prioritize. Set clear goals and break your goals into privacy. To be effective, you need to decide which tasks are urgent and important and to focus on them. Give the majority of the time to the most important tasks. Trying to remember everything in your head is a recipe for stress. When you do not have to worry about remembering everything (because it is written down), you will be able to achieve the objects and your streaming will also decrease. Writing lists help you identify important goals, help you order your thoughts, help you prioritize, help you see the big picture, save time, help you control, help you track your progress and make you much more likely to forget about doing things.
Identify areas of your life where you spend time and plan to reduce them. It can help even make use of the help of others to help you claim. It can help some people develop habits so they can know what to focus on when. One useful way of developing habits and thus eliminating waste time is to use the timetable. To do this, create a table for the next seven days divided into half an hour, starting to sign in when you come up and finish it when you go to bed. Write down what you do every 30 minutes of the day of the next seven days. Choose a typical week. At the end of the week, check your time and ask yourself the following questions: Are there any periods I could use more productively? When do I work my most effective job? (Some are the most alert in the morning, while others focus on the afternoon or evening). Organize your most important tasks for these days. Eliminate waste time by replacing it with activities that promote increased, fun and productive lifestyle.
7. Express your feelings.
We now live in a society that does not understand the values and roles of emotions. We live in a community that also offers a presentation instead of an expression. But immature emotions affect your life. Start marking your feelings. This will help you identify them when they come up. Emotions are temporary. They will dissipate as they are described. The only kind of emotion that lingers is submissive. If something or someone is bothering you, voice your concerns openly and respectfully. If you do not attack your feelings, not only will frustration build, but the situation will probably be the same. You may want to use physical expression as a way to release emotions. Make sure you selected a physical activity that will not harm another person or you. Some good ways to express anger and stress are to throw pillows, scream in pillows, take pen and paper and write what you think, paint or draw what you think, tapping the ground with a character, dad, running or running. try to make you cry. It will feel good for the tears to slip. It will surprise you how much better this will allow you to feel. Feelings will no longer be like a wall that prevents you from moving forward if you express them in a healthy way.
8. Keep your life simple and learn how to say no.
Keeping life simple is not always easy. Simplicity is particularly difficult to achieve in this fast-paced century that we are now creating. We often lose why we are doing what we are doing. We move so fast and create such a busy, complex life that we forget that we have control over our lives. Instead, it feels like our life is running us.
Humans ego love complexity because it measures value in quantity instead of quality. It also relies on oneself to compare with others. Our own concern about the fear of protection and complexity is a great place to hide. Simplicity therefore requires dedication. Start your search for simplicity by asking yourself which area of life you think needs to be simplified. Define what keeps you from simplifying them. Eliminate the chaos and unnecessary aspects of your life. Get rid of stuff you don't use. Stop trying to please everyone. Instead, simply do what you feel convinced you know right. Complete one task before you start another. Spend more time with what is very important in your life. Don't buy things you don't need. While it is perfectly fine to request resources, as well as working to make it into your life, it is virtually no worse to add stress steps than to survive at the same time. This will put great emphasis on the money you do not have. The goal of living under way. This does not mean that you should live by condemning what you want. It simply means making decisions that make you end up with a surfer and focusing on a sense of abundance instead of lack. Strengthen everything you can find to strengthen. Allow yourself to enjoy the present moments of your life (now). It is also important to know your limitations and stick to them. In both your personal or professional life, refuse to accept additional responsibilities, especially when you are close to achieving goals. Take on more than you can see immediately causes stress.
Many fear to say no. We think no is selfish. And we often find that yes is the only way to earn the love of others. But the love that needs to work is not real love. And it is not selfish to secure one's own happiness because when we are happy and feel stressless, we have the energy and resources to protect others. When we are unhappy and stressed, we often become sick and have no energy to protect others. When you say no to a new commitment that would add stress to your life, you honor your current responsibilities and ensure that you can dedicate their quality time to them. Digging you into commitments ensures you're just starting to feel it … buried. Saying no may not be the easiest thing to do. But sometimes it is necessary to exercise self-defense and eliminate stress from your life.
9. Take the time to have fun and relax by finding a good way to relax and recharge and give yourself permission to do so.
Wonderful fact about stress is that most people who experience stress have their priorities backwards. For example, they might think that perfection is the most important thing in life or that responsibility is most important in life. What they fail to recognize is the very reason they look for perfection or responsibility. And the reason is this … they think they will feel better when they produce something that is perfect or when they are responsible but they would do without perfect or accountability. It is therefore important for those suffering from stress to realize that the only reason to do what "needs to do" comes from motivation to feel better … in other words … happiness. This means that most people, especially those who suffer from stress, do well to cut the search and give priority to their lives (their true motivation) how they feel. It is important for the highest priority in human life to be none other than … happiness. What every person finds fun and relaxing varies, but ideas for healthy ways to relax and recharge are:
• Call a good friend
• Spend time outside
• Take a bath
• Sweat tension with a good workout
• Write a diary
• Taste a hot cup of tea
• Make yourself one of your comfortable foods
• Take time with your pet (pets have been shown to significantly reduce stress)
• Get a massage.
• Play a game
• Read a book
• Go to a place with an amazing view
• Listen to music
• Watch a comedy
• Connect with others. Spend time with positive people who strengthen your life. A strong support system allows you to reduce the negative effects of stress
One of the biggest ways to reduce stress in your life is to make sure you do something that you like and who loads your system every day. It doesn't have to be one. Indeed, these types of activities can be used to restore the whole family.
10. Never underestimate the power of laughing. Seek out and create opportunities that will make you laugh.
It turns out that laughter might just be everyone's best medicine. You have probably noticed that laughter is contagious. Laughter binds people together and increases happiness and intimacy. Humor relieves the burden and encourages your hope. Humor helps you divide your perspective and paint objects into a threatening light. It adds flexibility and it also requires a healthy physical response in the body. It has been shown to strengthen the immune system. Laughter reduces stress hormone and increases immune cells and infectious antibodies, thus reducing the disease. As the exercise lets laughter get rid of endorphins, the body is a natural emotional substance. Endorphins promote general well-being and can even treat pain. Laughter has been shown to improve vascular function and increase blood flow leading to improved heart disease.
Research has also shown that good, good listeners understand their muscles relaxing for up to 45 minutes. Laughter protects you from the plethora of harmful effects that stress can cause your body and mind. It's fun and it doesn't cost anything. So, when you're trying to eliminate stress from your life, try to indulge your laughter as much as you can. Allow and seek ways to make it surface. You can even start with a smile. Smiling is the beginning of laughter. It's also contagious. It also released endorphins. Find ways to develop your own humor. Find out what's funny, whether it's renting a funny movie, calling a friend who always lets you laugh or developing a joke's arsenal. When laughter becomes an integral part of your life, you will be taken into a psychic field as you can explore the world from a more relaxed, positive and balanced perspective.
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