How to reduce stress levels?

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scilover
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by scilover on Tue Jul 28, 2020 11:25 am

Re: How to reduce stress levels?

if for me, I will just sleep. it really does calm my stress.
since I don't trust sharing my stress reason with others, I prefer to sleep and ill get better by day.

Mariyafernandes
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by Mariyafernandes on Fri Jul 31, 2020 2:52 pm

Re: How to reduce stress levels?

To reduce stress level first of all we have to share the problems we are facing and then think about that why that matters to us this much that we have a stress of that try to find out the solution of the problem. do yoga and exercise it will help your mind to fight against the stress situations.

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by AlexaCurtis on Tue Aug 04, 2020 6:50 pm

Re: How to reduce stress levels?

There are so many useful tips shared by the well known members here. And yes everyone should check the Free Support Program i.e Wellbeing of TalkMentalHealth.

I just want to add One more point here i.e. Do what you love to do to drain out your stress.

I am sure that will help you get out from stress faster.

That's just a suggestion.

Thanks
Alexa Curtis

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by MissCandyGirl on Tue Aug 11, 2020 9:33 am

Re: How to reduce stress levels?

Counselling can reduce stress. I think this is because stress can be partly caused by anxiety: anxiety and stress are linked. There are many experts who advise facing your fear to reduce anxiety, too: but that is not as easy as it sounds. Anxiety is crippling and like a roadblock. It can't just be faced and then it's gone: anxiety can be reduced, but not gotten rid of. Even people who face their fears suffer stress. You can reduce your anxiety and stress levels, but you have to accept that they're there and will always be there: even at a low level.

Also, accepting yourself and who you are is important. If you are quiet, you are soft and emotive. If you're scared of heights, at least you're not scared of the water: you get the gist. If you do get anxiety, don't beat yourself up over it: accept your fears and you'll be able to reduce your stress levels. Basically, be yourself and don't be someone you're not. Your fears are your fears and that is just who you are. Again, don't be someone you're not.

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by Tanker_5455 on Sat Aug 29, 2020 7:12 pm

Re: How to reduce stress levels?

From my own experience, there are several things that worked:
-A good, healthy sleep schedule. 8 hours in one sitting (laying?), sensibly at the same time every day, and don't let it start or end too late.
-Music. Anything you like. If you can listen to it while working without getting distracted, it's even better. It provides you with something pleasant and reassuring while you're facing challenges, and that's pretty great.
-A good, filling breakfast. Eating a big breakfast, a reasonable lunch and a light dinner (just enough so that you don't wake up hungry at night) is the best eating rhythm you can have, and it gives you energy when you need it: this way, you don't get tired and cranky before lunch, don't have trouble sleeping because you're filled or hungry...

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