How to combat stress

February 13, 2018 by Modellist-ID


Stress is one of the most serious and deadly health conditions that can impact an individual’s life in a whole range of different ways.

From stress suffered at work due to mounting deadlines or a bullying boss to stress generated at home from childcare or relationships, if left untreated it can result in more serious issues including depression, aches and pains, and anxiety. Luckily, stress is now recognized as a chronic condition, and it can be relatively easy to treat. Remember; it’s never too late to put your own health first and make sure that you seek the help or support that you need to recover. If you are feeling stressed and overwhelmed, then it’s time to take a step back and begin to tackle those issues.

A nation under stress
Americans are now more stressed than they ever have been. In a recent survey, 63 percent cited the future of the nation as a source of stress, 43 percent mentioned health care and 35 percent said the economy.  These figures are worrying; especially as these are stress factors that remain out of your control (unless you suddenly become the president overnight). Therefore, it’s important that you try and identify the different types of stress that could be affecting you – stress that is at a higher level (remaining out of your control) or stress that affects you on a daily level, and the good news is that you can treat it.

Mindfulness and calm
Perhaps there is a family member or family friend who always appear calm and collected, even under pressure. Do you wish that you too could be like that person? Well, the good news is that you can. It’s easier than you might think to be a calmer and stress-free person. Firstly, try to get your eight hours sleep a night to help you feel in a positive mood and ready to face the day. Try to limit the number of hours that you use your cell phone too, as this can make you feel depressed and down, especially if you compare yourself to people on social media. Finally, make sure that you slow down and find methods such as meditation and mindfulness to help you to get rid of any stressful thoughts or feelings.

Break bad habits
Reaching for a glass of wine or a cigarette, instead of going for a walk, talking to friends or enjoying a herbal tea, could also be contributing to your feelings of stress. You should try to break those bad habits. Replace alcohol with a fresh juice or even a coffee. E-cigarettes can help you reduce your tobacco consumption and are available in a variety of vape juice flavors, including cinnamon. You can even purchase replacement juice online from companies such as Mt Baker Vape. It takes time to break bad habits, but with determination, you can do it!

Don’t let stress and negative thoughts ruin your lifestyle. Make sure that you seek help if you need it, and try to improve your daily routine one small step at a time.

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