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How to Deal with Stress?

Are you stressed? Honestly, who isn’t! We are all stressed at some point of time in our lives. Be it work-related or personal things such as family, relationships, or money in life. People are hustling and making their way through life. The moment you realize a lot is going on in your head with running thoughts all the time, it is time for you to act as you are too hard on yourself without realizing it. Mental health is as important as your physical health and cannot be ignored at any cost. It is common, yet many people find it difficult to talk to anyone. It often becomes hard to speak up, and people try to deal with it on their own.

Some of the basics to start with are:

Enough sleep - Sleep is an integral part of your daily routine. Humans, on average, should take between 7-9 hours of sleep. Sleep can help you relax and be a pitstop to your running thoughts or a wandering mind. Make a schedule and prioritize your sleep no matter what.

Take up an activity you like – Find an activity you enjoy doing. It can help you keep your mind off things. If you do something you want, it is more likely to enhance your mood by keeping your stressful thoughts away. It can be anything if you enjoy a good hike, bike ride, drawing, cooking, learning musical instruments, or simply watching movies or series. Binge-watching has become a more common way to watch TV than it used to be. However, researchers have linked binge-watching to lower sleep quality and suggest that watching it might be less memorable or enjoyable every week. Your activity should be enjoyable for you and, overall, a good experience.

Meditation can help – Some breathing exercises like deep breathing, focused breathing, and others can help ease your stress. You can make it a part of your daily routine and can feel the difference. Even yoga can help in many ways, such as improving flexibility and balance, reducing stress, anxiety, chronic pain, and many more.

Cultivate your resilience to stress by connecting to others – Friendship and companionship are crucial in today’s world. It depends on how comfortable you are to open to your closed ones. It is a personal choice but connecting with others can also help keep your mind off things.

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