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How to get rid of stress

How to get rid of stress

In the modern world, almost every person faces stress, which leads to the disruption of organs and systems, exacerbation of chronic diseases and cardiovascular diseases, and deterioration of immunity. Consequences can be a large number, which will be manifested both externally and internally. In this article, we will analyze the ways to deal with stress.

Ways to get rid of stress

When stressful situations arise, you need to learn how to cope with them and keep a positive attitude to do everyday things. We have gathered for you some recommendations that will help you cope with stress.

Write down all your thoughts and ideas

When you record your thoughts, situations that have happened, and ideas, it helps to structure the information in your head, unload your brain, and put things in order. Your head clears, you will be able to distract yourself from the problems that have arisen and relieve tension. Some people start keeping such a diary of thoughts on a regular basis.

Do not forget about healthy sleep

First of all, in stressful situations, it is important to normalize your sleep. For an adult, the norm of sleep is about 7-8 hours. It is important not only to observe the norm of sleep but also to lie down on time and follow the regime because at night time is produced a lot of useful hormones.

Do not abuse bad habits

If it is not possible to completely give up smoking and alcohol, try to reduce the amount of their use. Cigarettes and alcohol only put additional strain on our bodies and cause strong dependence.

Consume water at least the daily allowance

Engage in sports or any other physical activity. In general, exercise can help increase concentration, and activity, relieve emotional stress, and improve cognitive function. And you don’t have to constantly do intense workouts to the point of exhaustion. It is enough to engage in such activity several times a week for 30-40 minutes. Exercise can be replaced by walking in the fresh air or dancing.

Go to a spa

Any treatment at a good spa will help you relax and help you fight stress. For example, it could be the Morrocan Bath, where the relaxing hammam atmosphere allows you to de-stress and unwind after a long and tiring day. The warm steam and the use of black Moroccan soap provide intense detoxification and exfoliation of the skin. This effectively cleanses the pores and removes dead skin cells.

Clients can also avail different types of massages, aromatherapy, etc. You can book a Morrocan bath Dubai session online or at Armonia Spa.

Try breathing exercises

At times when you are feeling very stressed or there is increasing anxiety, pay attention to your breathing. Most often, when you are stressed, your breathing is intermittent, shallow, and sometimes even delayed. In these moments, take 10 deep inhalations and exhalations. These simple actions have a calming effect.

Take time for yourself

Don’t forget to pamper yourself and take time to do things that bring you pleasure. Take up a favorite hobby, read a book, cook a delicious meal, watch a movie, meet with friends, or talk on the phone. Put all responsibilities and chores aside for later, and take time for yourself to distract yourself from negative thoughts.

Get a pet

Scientists have proven that a pet has a positive effect on the psycho-emotional state of a person. It is easier for a person to survive stress being near a furry friend at home. If this is not possible, you can spend time with the pets of your friends or relatives, visit themed cafes, shelters, and catteries where you can take care of cats, or even go for a dog walk together.

Control your cortisol levels

Cortisol is the stress hormone in our body. Its elevated levels can lead to weight gain, diabetes, impaired vision, and decreased calcium and testosterone levels. Stress and excessive caffeine intake increase cortisol levels. Limit the flow of information and negative news that surrounds you.

Get a check-up and examination at a health center

If you can’t manage your stress, get a check-up at a medical center to find out what’s causing it and get appropriate treatment.

Most importantly, don’t give up if a particular way of dealing with stress doesn’t work for you. There may be many reasons for this because each organism is different and requires an individual approach. So try different ways and don’t stop searching. It is important to find a personalized way that works and will be effective for you and will help you to switch from negative situations and keep calm.

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