8 Tips To Conquer Stress

Stress is just so common nowadays. No matter what your age is, the sad story is everyone is stressed about one thing or the other. All you need is a way through which you can vent it out. Here are few ways that can help deal with your stress:

1) Practice Yoga or Meditation


Practicing yoga or meditation helps to balance your mind, body, and soul. This will not happen overnight. You need to have patience and trust. This not only improves your concentration and makes you healthy but also helps in creating positivity.

2) Eat Healthy and Drink Healthy


Never skip a meal. No matter how sad you are, one should never compromise with health. Avoiding caffeine and alcohol.

3) Exercise daily


You might be the busiest person in the universe. All you have to give yourself is just 10-15 min. If you would exercise as a part of your return, you would not only feel more fresh but energetic also.

4) Sleep well


It is a very crucial element. Adults should sleep at least for 6 hours. If you can manage 8 hours sleep, nothing like it. Sound sleep is an important element for sound health. Avoid taking medicines to sleep. Also, avoid taking alcohol or caffeine before you sleep.

5) Listen to music


It is very soothing and is a stress buster. It is one of the best ways to relax your mind and body.

6) Open out and share

Speaking to someone you trust is an instant stress buster. You feel relaxed. But make sure you only talk to someone who is actually bothered about your problem. They can always look at the problem and render you a bird’s eye view.

7) Go for a walk


This helps a lot. When you go for a walk you see so many things happening around. Also, you try and look things from a different perspective.

8) Pet


If you have a dog or any other pet, then you should be thankful. Dogs have this sense of connection with humans and it is amazing. They are a big time, stress buster.

So, just go and kick your STRESS……

Misha Mehta

Misha has a passion for traveling and dancing. She is a movie buff and enjoys eating, shopping, reading (only SELECTIVE reading) and a bit of writing too. Professor by profession, she never forgets to carry one thing to work or wherever she goes…and that’s her smile..
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