10 ways to relieve stress and anxiety
Did you know 80 percent of people feel stress at work?
As per Global Organization for Stress, 80% of workers feel stress on the job and nearly half say they need help in learning how to manage stress. And 42% say their co-workers need such help – American Institute of Stress. Stress is the number one health concern of high school students.
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It aches to see such numbers. Whether it's due to work, relationships, or daily life, feeling overwhelmed can take a serious toll on our physical and mental health.
Let’s see some of the things we can all try to ease out a bit of our stress:
- Exercise: Regular physical activity like sports or exercise is a great way to reduce stress and improve overall well-being.
- Prioritize self-care: Make sure to take time for yourself, whether it's a relaxing bath, a yoga class, or just a quiet walk in nature.
- Talk to someone: Sharing your feelings with a trusted friend or therapist can be helpful to process and releasing stress and anxiety.
- Eat a healthy diet: A balanced diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can help you feel better.
- Get organized: Having a clear, organized space can help you feel more in control and less stressed.
- Get enough sleep: Lack of sleep can increase stress and anxiety, so it's important to prioritize getting enough rest.
- Take breaks: Make time for activities you enjoy, such as hobbies, reading, or spending time with loved ones.
- Write it down: Keeping a journal can be a therapeutic way to express your thoughts and emotions.
- Drink Herbal tea: Butterfly pea flower tea is a natural, caffeine-free herbal tea that has been shown to have anxiety-reducing and anti-inflammatory properties. It is also known for its ability to change color when mixed with acidic ingredients, making it a visually appealing choice as well.
- Try aromatherapy: Certain essential oils, such as lavender and chamomile, are known for their calming properties.
Let’s walk together and fight this out hand-in-hand. ✊