If you’ve got stress, then you aren’t alone. Not only are most people walking stress bombs, but most of us don’t even know it. And because according to most medical experts, stress is responsible for most medical conditions, this is not a good situation to be in. And it doesn’t help much when we visit the doctor and he or she tells us that we are too stressed. Most of the time, that just makes us more stressed. What in the world can we do about it? Taking additional medications only masks the problem, and often times makes it worse. The good news is that there are plenty of natural remedies you can try right now. They’re immediate, and when practiced on a regular basis, can lead to a much happier and longer life.
One powerfully effective way to reduce stress is with consistent exercise. Even something as simple as taking a ten minute walk after dinner can significantly reduce stress rates. Exercise builds muscle, helps you lose fat, improves your self esteem, and creates endorphins, one of the best drugs around. Try some exercise today and see how it helps.
Changing our eating habits can also help to reduce stress. Sure, eating a large pizza followed by a bottle of whiskey can seem to give you some short term relief, but you won’t feel so good in the morning. Try to avoid alcohol, cigarettes, and caffeine. Of course, for most of us this is impossible, and even trying to give up these things would send us straight to the looney bin. Just try cutting back a bit. Also, avoid eating too much processed carbohydrates. All those roller coaster blood sugar rides aren’t good for anybody.
Meditation has been around for thousands of years. People wouldn’t be doing it if it didn’t work. Just sit quietly for a few minutes. Close your eyes, and focus on your breathing. As you breath in, start of by repeating “one” in your mind. When you breath out, release all thoughts. As you breath in again, count “two” in your mind. If you have any thoughts that slip in there, start over at “one.” Don’t worry if you can’t get past one or two. People who have meditated for years rarely get up to ten. The important thing is to get used to noticing thoughts entering your mind, and then clearing them. This will be very useful in your day to day life.
Naturally, if you are still stressed to the gills after trying all of these techniques for a while, there’s no shame in seeing somebody. Groups, one on one sessions, and even some guided relaxation DVDs can help. If you need it, ask for help. You’ll be much better off when you realize your real enemy is stress, and that you can do anything you can do get rid of it.
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