Stressed? Here are some Tips

Posted by: admin on: May 8, 2012

10 simple strategies to cool down after a long, hard day
Stress can create havoc to one’s health .Here are some coping tips.


These days, everyone is “stressed out.” There isn’t a week that goes by that you don’t hear the phrase. deadlines at work, relationships, financial issues, etc.
“Some people handle stress well, but for others it can be devastating. Stress can cause fatigue, chronic headaches, irritability, changes in appetite, memory loss, low self-esteem, withdrawal, teeth grinding, even cold hands,” she says. “All of these symptoms can have an extremely negative effect on our quality of life, our health, and can ultimately lead to a shorter life span.”
To cope with stress and anxiety, and improve your life, follow these expert de-stressing tips…
1. Drink Tea
“Chamomile tea is a gentle relaxant that acts as a nerve tonic and a sleeping aid,”

2. Say No to Coffee
Limit your intake of caffeine to de-stress.

3. Avoid Processed Foods
Processed foods can create stress on the digestive system.

4. Eat Ginger
“The next time you are feeling stressed or tired from anxiety, reach for some ginger.

5. Have Some Flaxseed Oil
Flaxseed oil has also been known to help improve moods and boost brain function.

6. Just Breathe
“Deep breathing instantly calms you down, and sometimes imagining that you’re blowing out any stress or negative feelings helps!”

7. Unplug
That includes your phone, Kindle, iPod, iPad, laptop, and even TV. Give yourself a break. “Even unplugging for 30 minutes a day can help you relax,” she says.

8. Get Moving
“[Exercising] and “even a few stretches before bed can help you relax and fall asleep quicker.”
9. Analyze
Learning to recognize the signs of stress is also a good strategy. 10. Take a Day Off

Your boss may not agree, but taking a personal day or even a half day can do wonders if you’re stressed out. An occasional day or half-day off gives you an opportunity to get some of your personal errands and tasks out of the way so you can truly relax on the weekend, for once!”



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