Whatever the reasons for your stress, you have to react quickly and take tips daily to live more serenely and regain control of him.
The “positive attitude”
First, you must identify the source of stress and ask you if your reaction is adapted to the situation or if it is exaggerated. We are often a mountain out of a molehill into a negative momentum. It is best to be positive and not get overwhelmed when facing the task that is assigned to you is differentiate between serious problems and little problems of everyday life. Being optimistic, you’ll have all your means to face your daily missions. Get organized
Although life is unexpected, put all the chances on your side to avoid “last minute stress.” A good time management will be only beneficial. Note clearly all the important things to do in a diary, do you make daily lists in order of importance and cross out tasks as it gives the impression to move on and forget nothing.
Relieve tension, unzip and enjoy it first!
You are broke? Do not be overcome by tension, free yourself and express your feelings, whether positive or negative. Pace yourself moments of relaxation to forget your troubles by yourself: read a book, listen to music you like, take a hot bath; indulge in pampering, shopping … and laugh!
Simple methods to relax and let go
The simplest solution to fight against stress is to breathe. Abdominal breathing is the basis for all relaxation (yoga, relaxation therapy …). Just inhale deeply through the abdomen, the chest and shoulders back together, and then exhale slowly through your mouth. Imagine that you inspired energy and calm and you expulsive tensions and negative thoughts. Yoga in particular teaches you to breathe and regenerate from postures, rules and basic principles of healthy living.
Alternative medicine is also very good natural ways to effectively reduce stress in everyday life. Homeopathy is proving to be an excellent alternative to the use of psychotropic drugs. Veronique Baumann, homeopathic doctor, explains that “homeopathy allows a better adaptation to stress without depriving the student of the momentum it provides. She reacted the body, helps to tap into his innermost resources. “Homeopathy has the added advantage of not causing dependency or drowsiness. Each stress response (memory, phobia, insomnia …) can have a homeopathic answer, but it is a preventive measure. So do not expect to be stressed to see, anticipate if you know your tendencies to react with stress!
A healthy lifestyle is essential
Moreover, stress management also requires a healthy life. Power must be balanced: they will never tell you enough, you need to consume at least 4 fruits and vegetables, drink 1.5 L of water per day and do not skip meals to cover all energy expenditure (a woman should consume from 2 000 to 2 500 calories / day and for a man 2 500 3 000 calories / day). During periods of intense stress, magnesium is running out and we become nervous and irritable. However, it is essential for the proper functioning of the brain and nervous system and the recommended daily intake is 500 mg. Found in whole meal bread, cereals, dark chocolate, bananas, nuts (almonds, hazelnuts ..), pulses … It is advisable to avoid stimulants such as tobacco, alcohol , tea, coffee and excess sugars that, even if they have a comforting and challenging side do you turn into hellish nerves ball.
Some sport to spend
To relieve stress, nothing better than to play sports, This will channel your energy, think about something else and focus on your body. After a workout, you will feel relaxed thanks to endorphins (pleasure hormones) released during exercise. You can practice any sport, knowing that the most common disciplines and simplest is to practice walking and running, swimming, cycling, fitness
A nature walk (or parks) will be equally beneficial to enjoy the essence of the trees, the quiet of nature, birds singing … for a homecoming that draw energy in harmony with somewhat bucolic elements. The sun is the ally of your moral (if one does not abuse ) because its rays help especially in the synthesis of melanin, a hormone good mood.