Amongst all of life’s greatest hardships, we need to find ways to just simply unwind and give ourselves a breather. Things sometimes just get way too overwhelming, and as a result, we are greatly affected. Stress can take a real toll on you in terms of your health, your mental well-being, and your overall mindset and outlook in life. Don’t let stress take a hold of you. Kill stress before it kills you.
Follow us in this four-part article for the best tips to kill stress and feel like the best thing since sliced bread.
- Have sex. Having sex does wonders for your physical and mental health, for your mood, and your mindset. Sex releases cocktail of pleasure hormones that cannot be matched by any other.
- Try taking a nap when you’re just overloaded. Just 20 minutes make you feel so much more refreshed.
- Created to-do list. Sometimes the reason why were stressed is because we aren’t exactly sure what our goals and the things that we have to do are. Make them clear and write them down.
- Manage your to-do list. If you’re finding that you’re just adding more and more to your list, take it upon yourself to make sure that you only add one every time you take to away – at least until you feel better.
- Watch what you eat. What you eat can have a direct influence to how you feel. Try to eat food complex carbohydrates.
- The reasonable when allotting time to do things. Golden rule is that you allow for double of your quickest time.
- Quit multitasking. Stop trying to do many things at once. The quality of your output for all of them will be below average, and you also get all of them done relatively slower than doing them one by one.
- Learn to live with fear and uncertainty. It’s the only way you can keep moving forward. After all, life happens outside your comfort zone.
- Make your peace of mind a high priority in life. Strive to find peace and be happy.
- Stop using the snooze button. Pressing snooze to get 10 more minutes after you’ve just waking up puts you back into a circadian rhythm, and when you wake up the second time, you’re going to feel worse than the first.
- Stop trying to solve everyone’s problems. You probably have enough of your own.
- Remind yourself of all the positive things that have happened in your life lately.
- Go shopping. You’re never going to feel better than in brand-new clothes. Ever notice how confident you feel if you have bought a new shirt for a date?
- Get some fresh air. This doesn’t have to be a vacation, although a vacation would be nice. Go for a stroll in the middle of the night, go for a walk in the park, or maybe just sit in your balcony for a few hours. You’ll feel better
- Be thankful for what you have and what you have accomplished.
Feeling better yet?