Here Are 5 Healthy Ways to Combat Stress

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You may have been in a difficult situation and badly needed to deal with the stress that accompanied it but you couldn’t. Stress is a challenging situation that could have devastating consequences.

From dealing with a difficult boss in the office, to having to care for your family and work at the same time, to not being able to meet up with your expectations in life, several common factors in life can trigger stress.

If you don’t quite know how to deal with a stressful situation, let’s look at 5 healthy tips that can help out.

1. Listen to music

Listening to soft music during a stressful moment has proven to be very effective in dealing with the trauma. Soft music has a soothing effect on the brain and the body in general. It has the ability to cause the brain to engage activities that result in lowering blood pressure and reducing cortisol, one of the stress causing hormones in the body.

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2. Call a cherished friend or relative

A good friend or relative will listen to you, sympathize with you, but more importantly encourage you in times of distress. Those words of encouragement can make the whole difference; they can help get you on a tract to recover from your stressful situation. At the least, they can keep your mind at peace while to continue to undergo trauma.

3. Talk yourself out of your stress

While talking to a friend or a relative is a great idea when dealing with stress, it is just not an option for some other people. If this is the case with you, talk to yourself about your situation. Find some quiet place and time to reflect over the challenging task that causes your stress and what you need to do to overcome it. Above all, reassure yourself that you are up to the task and you will complete it pretty soon.


4. Laugh out your stress

Laughter causes the brain to release mood improving endorphins. Endorphins reduce the levels of cortisol and adrenaline, two hormones that cause stress to the body. If you really want to deal with a stressful situation, laugh as much as you can. Watching or listening to funny skits could be of great help here.

5. Exercise

Exercise is beneficial in dealing with stress. It doesn’t need to be some tedious task. A simple walk around, or even just stretching out could help release endorphins which as we’ve already discovered, make the body feel better during stressful events.

These five easy steps may be underestimated, but they have tremendous effects dealing with stress. If you find yourself in a difficult situation, just try any of them. You will be amazed how effective they can be.

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