Ad Code

How to reduce stress & stay positive?


 How to reduce stress & stay positive?


How to reduce stress
How to reduce stress & manage

License

How to use my images

WHAT IS STRESS?


Stress is a feeling of not able to cope up with your situations. In simple words, it is how the brain and body respond to any demand. Stress is a response to the physically, mentally, or emotionally occurring changes.


Stress is a normal part of life. Your body reacts to any change that requires adjustment or response.


what is stress
what is stress & manage

License

How to use my images

You can experience stress from your environment, your body, and your thoughts. Even positive life changes such as a promotion, a mortgage, or the birth of a child produce stress.     

         

Stress can be a motivator, and it can even be essential to survival. The body’s fight-or-flight mechanism tells a person when and how to respond to danger.


WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF STRESS?


The situations and pressures that cause stress are known as stressors. Not all stress is caused by external factors. Stress can also be internal or self-generated, when you worry excessively about something that may or may not happen, or have irrational, pessimistic thoughts about life.


WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF STRESS?
WHAT ARE THE CAUSES OF STRESS?

License

How to use my images

The stress of your depends on, your perception of it. Sometimes, the situation is stressful for you but not for others and they may enjoy it. For e.g. some of you may be terrified of getting up in front of people to perform or speak but others may love to be in the spotlight.


There is no perfect reason why you may feel less stressed than another when facing the same stressor. Mental health conditions, such as depression, or a building sense of frustration, injustice, and anxiety can make some of you feel stressed more easily than others.


WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS OF STRESS?


There are four primary types of symptoms of stress: physical, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral.


The following are the types of symptoms that may be present in someone suffering from stress:


Physical Symptoms:


Physical Symptoms:
Physical Symptoms:

License

How to use my images

Physical Symptoms of stress includes:

Getting sick more often than normal

Chest pain

Headaches

Nausea

Muscle aches

Trouble sleeping

Heartburn or indigestion

Fatigue

Unusual Changes in weight

Irregular or missed periods


Emotional Symptoms:


Emotional Symptoms:
Emotional Symptoms

License

How to use my images

Emotional Symptoms of stress are:

Restlessness

Irritability

Less than normal patience

Feelings of sadness and/or depression

Feelings of being overwhelmed

Sense of isolation

Trouble coping with life’s issues

More frequent or extreme pessimistic attitude


Cognitive Symptoms:


Emotional Symptoms:
Emotional Symptoms:

License

How to use my images

The list of Cognitive symptoms is as follows:

Chronic worrying

Impaired concentration

The trouble with remembering things

Anxious thoughts

Reduced judgment

Impaired speech

Repetitive thoughts

 

Behavioral Symptoms:


Behavioral Symptoms:
Behavioral Symptoms:

License

How to use my images

These include:

Biting nails

Pacing


Behavioral Symptoms:


Change in eating habits

Change in sleeping habits

New or increased use of drugs

Frequent lying


HOW TO REDUCE STRESS & MANAGE?


HOW TO REDUCE STRESS
HOW TO REDUCE STRESS

License

How to use my images

You can manage your stress and lead a happy and healthy life. Here are the tips by which you may begin with:


1. Be Positive

2. Make time for hobbies and interests

3. Be assertive instead of aggressive.

4. Start meditation, yoga

5. Exercise regularly.

6. Eat healthy, well-balanced meals.

7. Manage time more effectively.

8. Set limits appropriately

9. Create hobbies and interests.

10. Get enough rest and sleep.

11. Don't rely on alcohol, drugs.

12. Seek out social support.

13. Seek treatment with a psychologist

14. Set goals and priorities.

15. Be observant.


HOW TO GROW YOUR SOCIAL NETWORK?


Cast a wide net: 


Look to different relationships for different kinds of support. But remember to look to people you can trust and count on, to avoid disappointing, negative interactions that can make you feel worse.


Be proactive:


Make time for friends and family. Reach out to lend a hand or just say hello. If you’re there for others, they’ll be more likely to be there for you.


Take advantage of technology:

 

Technology makes it easier than ever before to stay connected with loved ones far away. You can sit down with a friend face-to-face and share your problems.


Follow your interests: 


Do whatever you wish to do based on your interests such as hiking, singing, playing tennis, writing, etc. Try to enjoy the experience as you get to know others over time.


Seek out peer support:


If you’re dealing with a specific stressful situation such as caring for a family member or dealing with a chronic illness    you may not find the support you need from your current network. Consider joining a support group to meet others who are dealing with similar challenges.

 

Improve your social skills:

 

If you feel awkward in social situations and just don’t know what to say, try asking simple questions about the other person to get the ball rolling. If you’re shy, it can be less intimidating to get to know others over shared activities — such as a bike ride or a knitting class — rather than just hanging out and talking.


Ask for help: 


If you lack a strong support network and aren’t sure where to start, there are resources you can turn to. Places of worship, senior and community centers, local libraries, refugee and immigrant groups, neighborhood health clinics, etc. you can consider visiting.


WHAT ARE THE FIVE THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT YOUR STRESS?


Stress affects everyone: 


Stress affects everyone:
Stress affects everyone:

License

How to use my images

We all experience stress from time to time. Some of you may cope with stress more effectively and recover from stressful events more quickly while some of you do not.


All Stress is not bad:


 We consider stress to be bad, but it’s not always true. Stress is not always as dangerous as we think. It can be motivating for us. In non-life-threatening situations, stress can motivate people, such as when they need to take a test or interview for a new job.


Long-term stress can harm your health: 


Long-term stress can harm your health:
Long-term stress can harm your health:

License

How to use my images

If you are suffering from chronic stress, then it could be challenging for you and your health. Chronic stress can disturb your immune, digestive, cardiovascular, sleep, and reproductive systems. Some may also experience headaches, sleeplessness, sadness, anger, or irritability.


Continuous strain on your body from stress may contribute to serious health problems, such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other illnesses, including mental disorders such as depression or anxiety.


There are ways to manage stress: You can work on the following ways to cope up with your stress:


1. Be observant

2. Get regular exercise

3. Talk to your health care provider or a health professional

4. Try a relaxing activity

5. Set goals and priorities.

6. Stay connected

7. Consider a clinical trial


Ask for help from a health professional if you are overwhelmed: 


You should consult the health professional if you are overwhelmed, feel you cannot cope, using drugs or alcohol more frequently or you have suicidal thoughts as a result of stress. Do not hesitate or feel shame for consulting doctors for the reason of stress.


WHAT YOGA IS BEST FOR YOUR STRESS?


WHAT YOGA IS BEST FOR YOUR STRESS?
WHAT YOGA IS BEST FOR YOUR STRESS?

License

How to use my images

The following are the best yoga’s to perform to relieve stress:

Satyananda:


 It is a traditional form of yoga that is beginner-friendly. It includes gentle poses, deep relaxation, and meditation. This type of yoga is good for those aiming to relieve or to reduce stress.

Hatha yoga: 


It is a gentle way to relieve stress and is suitable for beginners.

Power yoga: 


It suitable for those who are looking for stimulation as well as relaxation as it involves intense poses and focuses on fitness.


SOME STRESS BUSTING TIPS


SOME STRESS BUSTING TIPS?
SOME STRESS BUSTING TIPS

License

How to use my images

Get all information you can: 


Knowledge is power, and it can help you cope. The more you know about your condition and treatments, the more in-control you will feel.


Enlist Help: 

When you are faced with a debilitating medical condition, you cannot handle it alone. Recognize that you need help, and don’t hesitate to reach out for it.


Have a good cry: 

You deserve the time to grieve the situation you are in. Allow yourself to cry, scream, rant, and otherwise take out the stress before it makes you even sicker.


Make Plans: 

Start planning the rest of your life accordingly. If you are facing a terminal illness, make plans for the time you have left.


Find a Spiritual Advisor:

 Even if you are not a religious or spiritual person, finding someone who can talk to you about “what comes after” might be a helpful step to put your illness in perspective.


HOW TO REDUCE STRESS BY AVOIDING THESE THINGS?


HOW TO REDUCE STRESS
HOW TO REDUCE STRESS

License

How to use my images

You can avoid stress by simply following the below instructions:

1. Know your Limitations

2. Have a Good Support System

3. Understand Your Triggers

4. Learn Relaxation Techniques

5. Manage your time.

6. Learn to say no

7. Exercise

8. Be More Assertive


(FAQ)

Q1. WHAT ARE THE FOODS THAT REDUCE STRESS LEVEL?

Ans: you can eat these foods:

1. yogurt 

2. Dark chocolate 

3. turmeric 

4. eggs 

5. fish 


Q2. WHAT ARE THE FOODS THAT CAUSE DEPRESSION?

Ans: Junk foods are cause depression because of heavy in calories and it reduces your immunity power and brainpower too.

Q3. HOW TO REDUCE STRESS QUICKLY?

Ans: There are several steps or tips to reduce stress quickly 

1.Do Meditation.

2.write something or draw whatever you want to draw.

3.litsen joyful songs.

4.read positive power books.

5. see some comedy videos.

Post a Comment

0 Comments