what ways can be used to stop stresses affects someones normal life?

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  1. Managing stress in daily life
    Stress is not an illness itself, but it can cause serious illness if it isn’t addressed. It’s important to recognise the symptoms of stress early. Recognising the signs and symptoms of stress will help you figure out ways of coping and save you from adopting unhealthy coping methods, such as drinking or smoking.
    There is little you can do to prevent stress, but there are many things you can do to manage stress more effectively, such as learning how to relax , taking regular exercise and adopting good
    time-management techniques.
    Studies have found that mindfulness courses, where participants are taught simple meditations across a series of weeks, can also help to reduce stress and improve mood.
    Read more about mindfulness .
    Recognising your stress triggers
    If you’re not sure what’s causing your stress, keep a diary and make a note of stressful episodes for two-to-four weeks. Then review it to spot the triggers.
    Things you might want to write down include:
    the date, time and place of a stressful episode
    what you were doing
    who you were with
    how you felt emotionally
    what you were thinking
    what you started doing
    how you felt physically
    a stress rating (0-10 where 10 is the most stressed you could ever feel)
    You can use the diary to:
    work out what triggers your stress
    work out how you operate under pressure
    develop better coping mechanisms
    Doctors sometimes recommend keeping a stress diary to help them diagnose stress.
    Take action to tackle stress
    There’s no quick-fix cure for stress, and no single method will work for everyone. However, there are simple things you can do to change the common life problems that can cause stress or make stress a problem. These include relaxation techniques, exercise and talking the issues through.
    Find out more by checking out these 10 stress busters .
    Get stress support
    Because talking through the issues is one of the key ways to tackle stress, you may find it useful to attend a stress management group or class. These are sometimes run in doctors’ surgeries or community centres. The classes help people identify the cause of their stress and develop effective coping techniques.
    Ask your GP for more information if you’re interested in attending a stress support group. You can also use the search directory to find emotional support services in your area.
    Read how ‘workaholic’ Arvind learned

  2. Peer educator

    Hi there, and thanks for the question!

    Stress is a result of activity-jam in your brain. And as answered earlier, there is little you can do to prevent but hundreds of things you can do to manage your stress.

    one get yourself enough oxygen to help run the brain activities well.

    Cry, Laugh, Joke or watch movies and listen to music, whichever is best for you.

    You can also read books and for those religious, you can read the Holy books and pray(this helps I promise!). you can get relief, hope and courage when doing this.

    Another way is- Never stay alone when you are stressed, unless you are an introvert of course.

    Drink enough water and relax from work. Take time to rest.

    Lastly talk to people you trust about what stresses you.

    Nice stress-managing time!

  3. When you’re feeling stressed, take a break to call
    a friend and talk about your problems. Good
    relationships with friends and loved ones are
    important to any healthy lifestyle, and they’re
    especially important when you\’re under a lot of
    stress. A reassuring voice, even for a minute, can
    put everything in perspective.
    Sometimes calling a friend is not an option. If this
    is the case, talking calmly to yourself can be the
    next best thing. Don’t worry about seeming crazy
    — just tell yourself why you\’re stressed out, what
    you have to do to complete the task at hand, and
    most importantly, that everything will be okay.

  4. And If you’re feeling overwhelmed by a stressful
    situation, try taking a break and listening to
    relaxing music. Playing calm music has a positive
    effect on the brain and body, can lower blood
    pressure, and reduce cortisol, a hormone linked to

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