We know how your day can be stressful and you can’t seem to get a hand around it.
It’s like you are always stressful when asked, chale we all can relate.
But did you know you can make the day less stressful?
Yes, we got a few tips that will help you make your day less stressful and we know you will enjoy doing this.
- Ride with a friend
Have a ride friend to work or from work. This will help you talk about all the stressful things that went on during the day. It helps you ease stress by even talking about them.
- Reduce the sound around you
The sound around you can be very stressful, like the banging of doors and sounds from people taking the stairs you just name it. But well there’s a solution, listening to music can have a very relaxing effect on the body. Yeah, get them ears plugged chale, but not entirely though. Slow-paced instrumental music can induce the relaxation response by helping lower blood pressure and heart rate as well as stress hormones.
- Reach out
Reach out to people about what you are going through. It is stressful to bottle in every stressful emotion oo. Because you try hard to forget about it but tend to think about it. Talk to people or your friends about it. One study found that for women, in particular, spending time with friends and children helps release oxytocin, a natural stress reliever. This effect is called “tend and befriend,” and is the opposite of the fight-or-flight response
- Breathe deeply
Mental stress activates your sympathetic nervous system, signalling your body to go into “fight-or-flight” mode. The goal of deep breathing is to focus your awareness on your breath, making it slower and deeper. When you breathe in deeply through your nose, your lungs fully expand and your belly rises.
It’s hard to feel anxious when you’re laughing. It’s good for your health, and there are a few ways it may help relieve stress: Relieving your stress response. Relieving tension by relaxing your muscles. In the long term, laughter can also help improve your immune system and mood.
- Learn to say No
Take control over the parts of your life that you can change and are causing you stress. One way to do this may be to say “no” more often. This is especially true if you find yourself taking on more than you can handle, as juggling many responsibilities can leave you feeling overwhelmed. Being selective about what you take on and saying no to things that will unnecessarily add to your load can reduce your stress levels.
- Don’t procrastinate
Another way to take control of your stress is to stay on top of your priorities and stop procrastinating. Procrastination can lead you to act sluggishly, leaving you scrambling to catch up. This can cause stress, which negatively affects your health and sleep quality. Get in the habit of making a to-do list organized by priority. Give yourself realistic deadlines and work your way down the list.
Cuddling, kissing, hugging and sex can all help relieve stress. Positive physical contact can help release Oxycontin and lower cortisol. This can help lower blood pressure and heart rate, both of which are physical symptoms of stress. Interestingly, humans aren’t the only animals who cuddle for stress relief.