Ideas for reducing stress.

@Mamagee (392)
Malaysia
March 20, 2008 9:40pm CST
hi mylot friends, are you stress? if yes, I've a few tips for you. 1. identify and tackle problems as they arise. Deal with them promptly and don't allow escalate. 2. Practise conflict resolution strategies effectively 3. Discuss problems with trusted friends or family members and don't bottled thing up. 4. Plan well to allow time to resolved crisis situstions 5. Devise relaxation techniques and practise them regularly. 6. Recognise your limitations and have realistic expections of yourself. 7. Nuture interests and sctivities outsides work. Remember we all come from different environments and works cultures, so you may find some of these tips are more useful than others. Do you have anymore tip to reduce stress?
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6 responses
@subha12 (18453)
• India
24 Mar 08
its a very nice post. thanks for that. we all are in stress for any reasons now. so its very bad on us.hope it will help a lot.
@edaabby (134)
• Malaysia
24 Mar 08
hI mamagee Good tips...very helpfull (",)
• United States
24 Mar 08
Thank you for sharing these tips on reducing stress. I'm going to follow these wherever they fit. One thing I do to reduce feeling overwhelmed with all the things that I think need doing is I tell myself to "just do one little thing" and I can add more if I want to.
@ruthinian (2311)
• United States
21 Mar 08
Good Job! And yes, I have one suggestion. SPEND TIME AT MYLOT... it is relaxing. and you can find solution to your stress... LIKE THIS ONE. Keep it up my friend.
@BYOLA2871 (4373)
• South Africa
21 Mar 08
these are very good ideas and i guess many will benefit from them if well practised ,everyone get stressed up at one time or the other but managing it rightly is the best solution lest we break down,thank you.
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
21 Mar 08
Your stress tips are great. I need to put the relaxation technique into play and do this regularly. The best way for me to keep from being stressed is to not answer the phone. This involves a family member who is always having a crisis. Drama, drama and more drama. Caller ID has saved my sanity more than once. Thanks for the tips.