How Dealing With Stress Will Allow You To Enjoy Life!

Dealing with stress. When stress becomes a part of your life, it seems that it takes over the enjoyable part. Dealing with stress helps you live the part that you actually want to live!

Why has it taken over the life you love so much?


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Emotions and endless thoughts are causing you to feel like you’re stuck. Not knowing what to do next. So you don’t. But we know where to start! You can start with us.

First recognize the stress is actually a reality.

    Mental, social and physical manifestations will appear in your life in a negative way. Projecting negative emotions onto other people, Paranoia.

    Including :

  • Exhaustion
  • Loss of/increased appetite
  • Headaches
  • Crying
  • Sleeplessness
  • Oversleeping.
  • Escaping through alcohol, drugs, or other obssessive behavior.
  • Feelings of alarm
  • Frustration
  • Apathy may accompany stress.

Do you know how much time it takes per day to prevent stress from occurring? 20 minutes. That's less than a workout and studies prove that it increases your health and lowers your blood pressure.

    All you need is a

  • A quiet place to sit
  • A comfortable atmosphere
  • A point of focus
  • A passive attitude

Below is a very effective way that helps dealing with stress from Doctor Bernice Bernhart. Also after watching the video take a look at the list to see what you can implement into your life to prevent stress.

Dealing with Stress, Manage you stress!

  • Time management - This allows you to have a set schedule so you don't have to repeat tasks to yourself.

  • Watch your diet - Alcohol, caffeine, sugar, fats and tobacco all put a strain on your body's ability to cope with stress. A diet with a balance of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and foods high in protein but low in fat will help create optimum health. Contact your local branch of the Heart and Stroke Foundation for further information about healthy eating

  • Get enough rest and sleep

  • Talk with others - Talk with friends, professional counsellors, support groups or relatives about what is bothering you

  • Help others - Volunteer work can be an effective and satisfying stress reducer

  • Get away for awhile - Read a book, watch a movie, play a game, listen to music or go on vacation. Leave yourself some time that's just for you

  • Work off your anger - Get physically active, dig in the garden, start a project, get your spring cleaning done

  • Give in occasionally - Avoid quarrels whenever possible

  • Tackle one thing at a time - Don't try to do too much at once.

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