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30 July 2019

How to be Stress Free!


We all have different Triggers that leads to STRESS, As well as different Reactions to that stress. Some of us get Anxious, others Shut Down, and Many get Angry. Certainly these Three Reactions are only a mere drop in the Ocean of Reactions that People have to STRESS. There are People who get so worked up over stressful events or feelings that they make themselves Physically ill..
The thing is, it doesn't have to like that. Changing Your Personal Reaction to STRESS is Easy to Say, but not as Easy to do.

1. Smile.


Age-old adages, such as 'grin and bear it,' have suggested smiling to be not only an important nonverbal indicator of happiness but also wishfully promote smiling as a panacea for life's stressful events," says researcher Tara Kraft.
The research conducted by Kraft did in fact find that simply smiling did reduce stress.
The next time you are stuck in traffic or are experiencing some other type of stress, you might try to hold your face in a smile for a moment," said Sarah Pressman, one of the researchers. "Not only will it help you 'grin and bear it' psychologically, but it might actually help your heart health as well."

2. Breathe deeply.


Another simple tactic to get rid of that stress? Breathe.
Deep breathing helps us disengage from distracting thoughts and sensations, which makes the body feel like it does when it's relaxed.
To practice this technique, find a quiet and comfy area and then breathe normally. Then begin to breathe in slowly through your nose, so that your chest and lower belly rise. Next, let your abdomen expand fully and breathe out slowly. The key to this type of breathing seems to be to let the breath come out longer than it takes your large breath to come in. Take more time in the out breath.

3. Chew gum.


Andrew Scholey, A professor of Behavioral and Brain Sciences at Swinburne University in Melbourne, Australia, found that that chewing gum helped relieve anxiety, improve alertness, and reduce stress by 16 percent during mild stress and nearly 12 percent in moderate stress!!

4. Change your passwords.


This is actually a form of priming, which basically means that you use cues in your environment to help you act in a desired way. For example, this was a guy who changed his password to "Forgive@h3r" to help him get over his anger following his divorce. Other suggestions may be "Ilovemywork" and "Ilikemymotherinlaw." (You get the idea.)

5. Call a friend or mom.


Whenever you're stressed out, pick up the phone and vent to your bestie. Or, better yet, give your mom a call. According to a study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, those who chatted with mom reduced a key stress hormone and also released oxytocin.

6. Give someone a hug or kiss.


Hugs have been known to release oxytocin, which is a hormone that can lead to relaxation, trust, and compassion. Kissing, on the other hand, helps the brain to release endorphins. Kissing relieves stress by creating a sense of connectedness, which releases endorphins, the chemicals that counteract stress and depression," says Laura Berman, an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry and ob-gyn at Northwestern University's Feinberg School of Medicine.

7. Drink and eat.

This doesn't mean that you should chow down on a double-bacon cheeseburger and wash it down with a couple of beers. Many people already turn to unhealthy eating and drinking, so it may be a wiser option to determine ahead of time and in a calm moment what you will eat or drink for your next stress-relieving episode. Instead of something destructive, snack on foods like chocolate, sparingly, since snack foods can release beta endorphins.
Also sip on some green tea, which contains the amino acid L-theanine and has been linked to the reduction of stress and anxiety.

8. Listen to music.

Classical MuSIC has been found to Lower Blood Pressure, Slow down Your Pulse, and Reduce Stress Hormones. Besides that, MUSIC can increase Dopamine. However, think of Your last wild air guitar or air drum solo  those concerts were probably not given to your air audience with classical music. Turn up the tunes if YOU need to. Music relieves Stress.

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