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October 12, 2018 at 7:44 am

How to deal with stress?

October 12, 2018 at 7:51 am

Avoid Caffeine, Alcohol, and Nicotine. …

Indulge in Physical Activity. …

Get More Sleep. …

Try Relaxation Techniques. …

Talk to Someone. …

Keep a Stress Diary. …

Take Control. …

Manage Your Time.

September 27, 2019 at 5:34 am

1)Improved health, feeling of well-being and quality of life
2)Improved intuition, memory and cognitive function
3)More energy during the day, restful sleep at night
4)More heartfelt feelings like love, appreciation and kindness
5)Less impatience, irritability, fits of anger

September 27, 2019 at 7:05 am

That state of mind when you are not calm makes you slow at work.

Stress management is following steps that can calm you down.

There are several relaxation techniques used to help in case of: headache, anger management, anxiety attacks, high BP, pain management, etc.

Steps:

Spending time in nature
Deep Breathing
Yoga
Reading novel
Getting a hobby
Meditation
Listening to certain types of relaxing music
Spending quality time with pets
Time management
Physical exercise such as cycling, swimming, fast walking, etc.
Connect with people and share your problems with your friends, colleagues, etc. (they may have a solution)
Spend sometime with/for yourselves (do things what you like the most)
Don’t rely on alcohol, smoking and caffeine (don’t let anything become a need of your life, the absence of which may affect your work)
Work Smarter not harder: Working smarter means prioritizing your work, concentrating on the tasks that will make a real difference to your work. Leave the least important tasks to last, “Accept that your in-tray will always be full. Don’t expect it to be empty at the end of the day.”
Be positive: Look for the positives in life, and things for which you’re grateful. Write down three things at the end of every day which went well or for which you’re grateful. “People don’t always appreciate what they have.

There can be more solutions to stress. Keep exploring and take care.

Thanks. 🙂

September 27, 2019 at 8:21 am

Because it makes general discussion impossible by making certain subjects, opinions and even facts ‘no-go zones’ out of fear of the other party feeling ‘offended’ ‘triggered’ or whatever other buzz word.

As a certain psychology professor, specialized in totalitarian regimes, in Toronto puts it: free speech is the mechanism of how democracies solve issues, by making all aspects of a problem debatable and open for discussion. Yes, free speech also has a cost, but this cost is minute to the benefit of freedom and living in a democracy.

September 27, 2019 at 9:33 am

That state of mind when you are not calm makes you slow at work.

Stress management is following steps that can calm you down.

There are several relaxation techniques used to help in case of: headache, anger management, anxiety attacks, high BP, pain management, etc.

Steps:

Spending time in nature
Deep Breathing
Yoga
Reading novel
Getting a hobby
Meditation
Listening to certain types of relaxing music
Spending quality time with pets
Time management
Physical exercise such as cycling, swimming, fast walking, etc.
Connect with people and share your problems with your friends, colleagues, etc. (they may have a solution)
Spend sometime with/for yourselves (do things what you like the most)
Don’t rely on alcohol, smoking and caffeine (don’t let anything become a need of your life, the absence of which may affect your work)
Work Smarter not harder: Working smarter means prioritizing your work, concentrating on the tasks that will make a real difference to your work. Leave the least important tasks to last, “Accept that your in-tray will always be full. Don’t expect it to be empty at the end of the day.”
Be positive: Look for the positives in life, and things for which you’re grateful. Write down three things at the end of every day which went well or for which you’re grateful. “People don’t always appreciate what they have.

There can be more solutions to stress. Keep exploring and take care.

Thanks. 🙂

September 27, 2019 at 9:35 am

Relaxation

Parents and teachers usually use a part of this stress management technique on young kids. They call it “time out” and place kids in a corner or a secluded part of the room. They hope the youngsters can overcome the distress that occasioned the “time out” before they rejoin the group. The missing factor, though, is relaxation. Provide an amusing story or picture book.

This simple stress management technique combines brief time away from the stressor with relaxing activity or rest. Entertaining reading is particularly helpful, because it helps release the beneficial chemicals of eustress.