Feeling stressed or anxious ? Then you’re not alone. Did you know that anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affected 40 million adults in the United states age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every year.
The most common cause of stress involve work pressure, future plans, children, financial stress, relationships or some personal issues. Stress can cause you number of physical problems.
Here are some famous personalities you can see listed who deals with their mental illness like Lady Gaga, Demi Lovato, Dan Harris, Shahrukh khan, Deepika Padukone and more are there.
Try learning ways of managing, reducing and preventing stress can be important tools for mental, physical health and well being.
1. Find someone to talk to
When you feel too much stresses and anxieties, then what is the best thing you can do is to reach out the person and share your talk with him/her.
When you share your concerns or feeling with someone, it can help relieve the stress.
It’s all starts with choosing the right person with whom you can share your feelings or someone you can trust, someone who listen you and can validate you.
These people can be anyone a trusted friend, family member, colleagueor mentor.
2. Celebrate small wins
When you are moving towards achieving your goals and view your daily successes. You look at how far you’ve come, what you’ve achieved till now just do celebrate every day success. Your confidence and capabilities will grow every day.
Rather than comparing yourself with others and doing things perfectly, a major source of stress and anxiety. You just focused on staying on your path and daily growth.
Do one thing at the end of every day . Make a note what you have achieved that day. It could be big or small, but not to think of that. The main aim is that you made a progress.
3. Take a proper bedtime
As you’re having a busy schedule, there is no time sleep, right ? There are some workaholics brag about only needing three or four hours of sleep a night, as if to say, “I’m more determined and committed than everyone else.” But no matter what you might tell yourself, you’re not a robot. Every normal human being need sleep to function properly.
Do yourself a favor and get eight to nine hours of sleep every night. Develop a bedtime routine to do read books and do something relaxing before bed. The better quality of sleep you’ll have, which leads to better morning as well.
4. Do exercise regularly
Doing exercise on a regular basis can provide relief for many of the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Exercise can enhance your mood. increase energy level, improve motivation, challenge us and improve the quality of sleep.
Exercise allows your muscles to move, it encourages blood flow and gets us breathing a lot deeper.
The point is to get your body moving and find an exercise activity that fits you.
5. Live in the moment
Other then this topic what you’re thinking right now ? Are you worried about something that you made a mistake yesterday or what is going to be happen tomorrow ? Are you stressed about meeting your financial goals?
If you covered things like these then you have trouble living in the moment. Instead of worrying about today, you’re already thinking about tomorrow’s problems or you might be stressing yourself about yesterday mistakes.
But one thing I tell you my friend that, you can’t control the future or you can’t borrow time machine and change the past.So, here’s a thought: Take each day as it comes.
Mindfulness and Meditation are rooted living in the moment and have been proven to ease anxiety. Try practicing for a few minutes and increase the duration over time.
The best part? You can do this anywhere: in bed, at your work desk or where you feel comfortable.
6. Replace negativity with positivity
I know it’s not always easy to maintain positive mindset, so work towards replacing the negative thought s with positive one’s when possible. Remember it’s all about perspective – a single incident can be seen in many different ways. Just ask yourself, is it really bad than you think. Sometimes it’s easier to dismiss something as negative, so take your time to find the silver lining in any given situation.
Life is ten percent what you experience and ninety percent how you respond to it.
– Dorothy M. Neddermeyer