You won 54 million in a lottery, and a Ferrari in a lucky draw, but the frown on your face seems like that of a Halloween mask deserted of all happiness and left with all the horror. Okay, you recently had a break up with your girl. Sad— you have all the riches you need to survive, but you lost the only treasure that’d make you live. What a luck then!
You must be downcast of what has happened that you overlooked the good all around. Brother, you are stressed. Even more than that, you suffer from anxiety and stress; and that’s not at all good! Hurry reading on, and realize that “in life, there’s always a solution to a problem; below are some of the tricks!
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How do you solve something you know not the cause of? Obviously, this has got to be the very first: never do forget the reason you’re weeping alone on your bed every night. It might be easy to know the major sources of stress, but identifying the chronic stressors is not simple since you often overlook how your own thoughts, feelings and behaviors affect your very own stress level.
You can write your own stress journal, not to identify the source of anxiety and depression you’d have in the succeeding days, but simply know them and find out what the most effective means of dealing with them are. Include the following details: cause of your stress, what you felt (physically and emotionally), response, and action to make yourself feel better.
Bingeing on junk or comfort food, smoking, drinking too much, using pills and drugs: are those at all good for you? How about sleeping excessively, procrastinating, withdrawing from family and friends, and filling up every minute of your day just to “relax”; do those help? No. You don’t solve problems with more problems. If what’s just been stated is what you do, it’s about time you shift to methods that contribute to greater emotional and physical health. Focus on what keeps you calm and in control; strategy varies per person, so just keep on experimenting till you get the one that fits you! Also, take foods or supplements for the brain.
Connections with people you value, and value you just the same help in improving your mood. Speaking with a friend makes you feel better, as you know someone is listening to your stories no matter what specific segment of your life it is! Keeping in touch with your family and friends is one of the best tricks to spare yourself from stress and depression. Social support boosts body and brain health.
Behave,” says Professor Cooper. “Try to be glass half full instead of glass half empty,” he says.
Hoping the tips help bring the light back in your dim abode!
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