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Guide To A Stress Free Life
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When you are in a stressful situation, such as a deadline at work, give yourself a break. Take time out and stretch your legs, drink a glass of water, take a walk around the block or go to the bathroom. Write a gratitude list Is your "to do" list long record? Weigh it up by also write a list of 10 things you are thankful for in life. And remember, if you are very busy at work so it is a sign that things are going well.

Focus on your breathing During stressful times it is easy to breathing becomes more shallow. Breaking this by thinking about breathing deeply into the stomach. Take a break and focus only on your breathing for a few minutes.

Go to the gym When you have a lot to do to workout to feel like an extra stress factor. But try to find a time when it works to train - maybe in the morning or just after work. Touching on the body releases feel-good hormones and makes you sleep better at night.

Eat well-cooked food Stressful days, it is easy for us we are careless with food, snack, instead of getting in our regular meals, or hurrying in our fast food on the go. But this often leads to a vicious circle in which, instead, you get more tired and decrepit. Try not to skip meals and limit fast food visits to more than a few times a week. Are you the driver or passengers on the ride of your life? Take the wheel and live the life you want to live!

With relaxation and mental training, you have the tools.

Be aware how you think, and how it affects you. Practice of looking at life from the positive side. What treasures have this day been? Think and write them down. Practicing since every night when you go to bed to find five gems from days past.

You can make friends with life despite the lack of time and unreasonable demands. The key is stress management through relaxation and mental training.

The foundation of stress management is relaxation techniques that you should do every week. Regular relaxation will help you get better sleep, improved concentration and a more even mood pretty soon.

Do you often feel tired and irritable? Do you have sleep problems, often forget meetings, where you put your phone or have difficulty concentrating? There may be signs that you live too stressful. Here are tricks that can improve the balance in your life in 10 days.

- Make changes as part of life and a chance to develop.

- Say no sometimes - and mean it!

- Enjoy free time to laze about it is what you need!

- Avoid activities, situations and people who stress you. - Let go of what you can not influence.

- Think: how can I change my behavior so that I can handle the situation without being stressed?

- Suspicion and irritation leads to stress and illness. - Improve your home and fix it that irritates you.

- Listen to your body and take one step at a time.

- Have a healthy lifestyle. Think about what can be improved when it comes to food, exercise, sleep, relationships, self time and effort.

- Grow your flexibility. Realize that you can decide how you will react but to the outside world is difficult to control and difficult to predict.

- Experiences need not cost money to give something. Open your mind and enjoy the beauty of nature.

Act! The best way is to be willing to implement a change, no matter how small it is. Try to change something in the situtaion that create stress. By implementing small changes, you feel like you have control over your stress and the situations that create stress for you.

Take one foot and place it over the other and begin to move towards a more stress-free life. Before long, you know that you reduce your stress and that it is you that determine your new life stress is freed.

You will be healthier and more harmonious and you can live a stress free life. Relaxation training is also the basis for mental training, a method that can really change life in a positive direction.


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