Are you feeling stressed?
Do not worry, you are not alone in this. We all are, in some way or another.
Some are stressed about their career while some are worried about their kid’s education, some hassling for getting admission to a good college and there are people feeling suffocated in a toxic relationship. And the list goes on……
All these are reasons those are making our life stressed. Some may feel it affecting their mental peace or affecting their sleep cycle, thus resulting in health deterioration.
How to resolve this and bring your life on the right track?
Look around!! The solution is in our own hands. You are on your own in this journey to become happy and stress-free again. Try to make the best decision possible.
Read this blog and get ideas to de-stress yourself.
Exercise to de-stress
Physical activity not only improves your physical health but also releases endorphins that can boost your mood and reduce stress.
Our body releases naturally produced chemicals called endorphins when we exercise. Endorphins are produced by the pituitary gland to cope with situations like pain and stress. This hormone interacts with receptors in your brain to produce a positive feeling and make you feel relaxed.
Plan some “You” time in your schedule
All-day round we are focused on taking care of others and worrying about them.
This is called caregiver burnout and can be avoided by taking at least 10 minutes every day to focus on your own mental health. This can be done by journaling about your feelings, meditating, or reading a book to escape.You can start working on your body by getting the waist of your dreams. You can invest in a corset and follow a corset diet to get that hourglass shape that everyone desires
Taking the time to help yourself will give you the energy to help others.
Get a regular sleep routine at night
Having a regular sleep routine can help you feel more active and less stressed while keeping you physically and mentally healthy. So you have to stick to a schedule. You’ll fall asleep faster and thus get a better quality of sleep.
It is important to give yourselves a social media detox. Avoid gadgets at least one hour before going to bed as they keep delaying sleep time. They release blue light, which disrupts melatonin, a hormone that aids sleep.
Keep in mind that you’re not alone
It’s crucial to remember that we may (and should) stay emotionally linked at a time when we need to retain our physical distance. Contact your family, especially those who live alone, by phone or video chat.
Create an online game night with your pals or you can book and participate in escape rooms for experiencing adventure. I searched for places to hang out with friends in Hyderabad, on my visit to India. It was a great way to keep ourselves motivated while giving ourselves enough time to rejuvenate.
Find out how you can assist your neighbourhood. Because we’re all in this together, none of us is actually alone.
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