There is no last time to get stressed out. Every time you encounter any situation that bothers you and start ruling your mind and above all that situation being ‘worst’ or ‘not acceptable’ by your mind and heart, you end up thinking about the same and in turn living in a ‘stress’. And yes, many times we don’t even know that what ruling our mind is ‘stress’ and we end up blaming the people or situations around us…
I suppose many of us know ‘stress’ if not controlled can cause many health issues such as psoriasis or even astama? Ohh… now don’t get stressed again and start imagining as if you are surviving with these diseases. Instead, just brush up your mind as to how to put a ‘No Entry’ board for stress and opt it out of your life;
How to find out that you are stresses out?
Observe your muscles and insides. Are your muscles tight/sore? Is your stomach tight or sore? Are your hands clenched?
Observe your breath. Is your breath shallow? Place one hand on your belly, the other on your chest. Watch your hands rise and fall with each breath. Notice when you breathe fully or when you "forget" to breathe.
And you can try out these quick stress reliefs;
There are countless techniques for preventing stress. Yoga and meditation work wonders for improving our coping skills. But who can take a moment to chant or meditate during a job interview or a disagreement with your spouse? For these situations, you need something more immediate and accessible. That’s when quick stress relief comes to the rescue.
The speediest way to stamp out stress is by engaging one or more of your senses—your sense of sight, sound, taste, smell, touch, or movement—to rapidly calm and energize yourself.
The key to practicing quick stress relief is learning what kind of sensory input helps your particular nervous system find calm and focus quickly. Everyone responds to sensory input a little differently, so an awareness of your preferences is essential for reducing stress.
You can also practice;
Doing one thing at a time
Just ignore all those hurting comments and situations even created by your loved ones. It is just you first and all the others are ‘rest’ in your life. and why do you even want to bother about all those who does not respect you, consider you and are always high on discriminating you with their actions? So chill…
If you are not able to address any deadlines be it in your professional or even personal life, that’s absolutely fine. Nothing is the end of your life. Instead plan accordingly and give your best in that given situation.
Most important, have a passion in life or at least practice some hobby. It is an amazing stress relief.