STRESS MANAGEMENT - Janesdiary
Too Blessed to Be Stressed
Too Blessed to Be Stressed
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Everybody deals with stress in their own way. Some
people decide to cower away and cry in a corner, others
try to fight their way through any stressful situations,
while some just tend to freeze and bottle everything
inside until it bursts out like a balloon that’s been inflated
too much and can’t handle the pressure anymore.
Regardless of how you deal with this sort of a situation,
what you need to understand is that when you are
stressed, and your body immediately forces itself into
making the right decision to escape the situation
unharmed.
For example, people that choose the “fight” option tend
to have their blood rushed to their muscles ready for any
response, which is where the “red-faced reaction” comes
from. On the other hand, the people that are not used to

fighting it out with whoever’s causing the disturbance
will most likely end up having most of their bodily
functions shut down, causing them to freeze immediately
and not be able to say or do anything.
We’ve all had to face off against unpleasant situations,
and that’s a fact. Whether it be someone annoying you
and making your day harder or just a series of unfortunate events that seem to imply that God has it in
for you, it always sparks that little match inside of you that causes you to feel that unpleasant sensation fill your
whole body making you see only red in front of your eyes.
But hey, that’s not what we’re here to focus on today. No,
we’re here in order to help you get past those
unfortunate events and function properly for the rest of
the day.

Regardless of what you’re going through, this article will help you cope with this better, making sure
that you know exactly how to escape any uncomfortable
situation by simply preventing them from ever
happening in the first place. So, without further ado, let’s

start this article right with the easiest way to avoid being
stressed out, aka:


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Talk with someone

……………………………………………. 5
Sleep more …….….….……………………….…………………. 7
Help those around you.……………………….………… 9
Always keep that positive mindset …………… 11
Break down big problems into smaller, easier to handle
problems ………………………………………………. 13
Spend time in nature …………….………………. 15

“Talk with Someone”


You most likely knew that this was coming, but alas, it is
one of the most effective ways of dealing with stress
accumulation. Whether this is a friend, a family member
or a psychologist, it doesn’t matter in the slightest. The
only thing that matters is that you know someone that
will listen to all of your problems and offer up a shoulder
for you to lay on in your times of need.
Regardless of who you are or what kind of a person you
think you are, you need to understand the fact that we
all fall on our knees every now and then and need a pickme-up. This has nothing to do with preserving your
image or stroking that ego, it is a necessity. Forget about
being the “cool guy that doesn’t need help” for a moment and think about your sanity for once. Believe us
when we tell you that this is no laughing matter and that
you’ll have to deal with it sooner than later.
This is another pretty basic one that you should
concentrate on, but alas, it is very useful since most of
the time our mood is dictated by the amount of sleep
that we get, so don’t slack off! You need to get those 6
hours of sleep at any cost. If you can, you need to strive
for 8 hours per night, but alas, most of us can’t really do
that, which is why 6 hours is a much more achievable
goal. Any sane doctor out there will tell you that sleep is
imperative to your mental health. Without a good 6-8
hours of sleep you are literally unable to function as a
human being anymore.

“Help Those Around You”


This is a very important step as it helps you forget about
your own problems for a second and focus on those
around you. This also makes people around you like you
more which is definitely great for stress reduction as a
whole. So, next time that you see someone drop
something to the ground, or whenever you see someone
dealing with a lot of stress themselves give them a
meaningful gift that can help them get past their
problems easier. Whatever it is, as long as you know
what you’re getting yourself into, you should be able to
accomplish your mission in no time.

“Keep That Positive


Mindset at All Times”
Regardless of what you might be facing off against
mentally, you need to make sure that you always keep
that positive mindset. Keep that smile on your face and
carry on like there’s no tomorrow. This is a very good
mentality to have since most of the time the placebo
effect takes place if we force it enough that it even
affects us mentally before we know it. A good way to
maintain a positive mindset is to listen to calming music
on a daily basis. Luckily, there are plenty of playlists on
YouTube and Spotify that you can use to help keep that
smile on your face.


Alternatively, you can also listen to some calming
podcasts that will make your day easier to get through.
There are plenty of podcasts that you can listen to if
you’re in a bad mood and need a good pick-me-up.
“Break Down Big Problems
into Smaller, Easier To
Handle Problems”
This is a very good exercise for those that tend to
overreact to any problems that they face off against. So,
to begin with, start analyzing your issues and start
breaking them down step by step until you see how
insignificant they really are. This exercise is also very
helpful for those that can’t seem to find any way to fix
their problems and move past them. Analyzing them
10
carefully will always be a good way of finding solutions to
help you fix them in the first place.
.
“Spend Time in Nature”


Nature is always very relaxing, which is why it’s a perfect
way to spend your vacation. You don’t even need anyone
with you most of the time since being alone in the woods
surrounded by nothing but trees and the many sounds of
wildlife (hopefully not dangerous ones) living in that
ecosystem can be extremely calming.
But alas, going on a journey with friends in a local
forest is always fun, especially if you’re ready to give up
on technology as a whole, so why not give it a try? It will
help you clear your mind and relieve any stress that you
could’ve built up over the course of the week. It might be
hard at first to just throw every electronic device you
have on you away, but trust us when we tell you that it’s
worth it.
So, in conclusion, stress is not always a bad thing. In
the prehistoric ages we used to depend on stress in order
to survive. For example, if a saber tiger would be
approaching us our stress would force us to make a move
immediately. But alas, we no longer require this sort of
“Spider-sense” anymore since we no longer live in
constant fear. So, if you follow the steps we gave you in
this article then you should be stress-free most of the
time. We thank you for your attention and wish you luck
in your future journeys.

 

If you’re feeling stressed out, overwhelmed or anxious in your everyday life, it’s time to take action. The end of the day is a great time for reflection and planning ahead so that we can make changes if needed. Whether these are small tweaks like taking more breaks throughout the day or changing our perspective on things, helpful tips from neuroscience show us how simple changes can go a long way towards relieving stress symptoms and improving mental health over all. We hope this blog post has been able to help you recognize some new ways to better manage your stress levels! STRESS MANAGEMENT

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I am a highly sought-after personal and business branding coach, marriage and Relationship therapist, a blogger and an entrepreneur. I have been blessed with the opportunity to work with some of Africa's most successful entrepreneurs. My success is as a result of my unrelenting passion for excellence in all that I do. My mission is to help people attain their desired goals by teaching them how to be more confident, better communicators and better decision makers. [email protected]
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By Janesdiary

I am a highly sought-after personal and business branding coach, marriage and Relationship therapist, a blogger and an entrepreneur. I have been blessed with the opportunity to work with some of Africa's most successful entrepreneurs. My success is as a result of my unrelenting passion for excellence in all that I do. My mission is to help people attain their desired goals by teaching them how to be more confident, better communicators and better decision makers. [email protected]

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