There are both preventive and curative techniques to de-stress, but most therapy or meditation takes a lot of time for it to actually work.
Here are some quick ways to quickly relax and beat stress:
Counting down-when you feel the wound slightly up, just try to count back from 10 to 1. It helps to slowly calm the body and mind, making you feel calmer.
Do something you love-love to play guitar or paint? Studies have shown that people who regularly engaged in hobbies they are less likely to feel stressed. Creativity stimulates the brain and produces endorphins or the feel good hormone, which increases the level of serotonin in the body. In layman’s terms, is involved in a creative hobby instruct the brain to feel happy.
Talking with someone you love-Most people keep everything hidden in it, which adds to their worries. Talk about your problems with someone you trust and who can give advice. Even if you do not want to share your problem, try to make a healthy conversation with someone whose company you enjoy. Pick up the phone and call a friend you have not talked to year, or have a regular conversation with your grandmother.
Turn off and unplug-Technology has been a big part of all our lives even at the cost of our health. It’s okay to disconnect from the virtual world once in a while and just concentrate on your actual surroundings.
Laugh a lot-Forcing yourself to laugh in the face of stress is the basis of laughter therapy. Beginners find it difficult to get used to voluntarily invoking laughter, try watching a comedy or a drama. Also, there are a number of outrageously funny videos on the internet that will make you howl with laughter
Cook something-In the survey, one out of five people say that their favorite way to beat stress is to walk straight into the kitchen. If you are angry or stressed just cut out some food as take your mind off things and also the aroma of herbs and spices have a therapeutic effect on the body and mind.
Oh and while you are in the kitchen, pop in a piece of dark chocolate cocoa rich in anti-oxidants and have a calming effect.
Go for a run-Exercising will fill your mind and body and directs the brain to release endorphins. The next time you feel a little tired, go for a run, run on the treadmill, talking a brisk walk, go swimming or just challenge yourself to rigorous exercise.
Daydream-This technique may be a tad bit hard at first, but with meditation, you will learn how to imagine a rosy picture when you are feeling a little wired. To make it more effective, see if you can get a pictorial representation of your daydreams as that tends to strengthen you further imagine.