Tips on How to reduce stress!

May 31, 2010 11:41pm CST
1. Give your body sufficient rest each day. 2. Maintain a reasonable diet. Avoid overeating. 3. Engage in proper and regular exercise, such as brisk walking. 4. If something worries, talk to a friend about it. 5. Spend more time enjoying your family. 6. Delegate or share household chores. 7. Know your own physical and emotional limitations. 8. Set realistic goals; do not be a perfectionist. 9. Be organized; have a balance, reasonable schedule. 10.Cultivate Christian qualities such as mildness and patience.
5 responses
@Jacobus1919 (1683)
• Philippines
1 Jun 10
Yeah these stuff are right. Stress though can also be good. But, chronic stress is bad for your health. We can not avoid stress but we can just minimize it.
• Philippines
1 Jun 10
What are the sources of stress?I feel some stress but I don't know where it come from. Your tips is good but I want to know where we can get our stress.
• Philippines
1 Jun 10
We get stress in 2 ways physical and mental. Mental stress is due to emotions while, physical is stress we get from work.
@magtibaygom (4861)
• Philippines
6 Jun 10
Thanks for the tips on how to reduce stress. You forgot to include "laughter" there. Like chatting jokes with friends, or watching good comedy videos and movies. Do you agree, laughter is the best medicine?
@Rtlsnk316 (1197)
• Mexico
30 Jun 10
I agree, laughter is a good medicine, I wouldn't consider it the best, but it will help a lot that's for sure.
@besthope44 (12135)
• India
21 Sep 10
Well most of the time, its my job which gives more stress. I use to manage stress, listening musiq. These are nice tips, thanks for sharing!!
@arystine (1274)
• Philippines
2 Jul 10
Thanks for the tips. I am one of those who encounter stress on a daily basis. I would like to add avoidance of the stress itself. If a certain person makes you stressful, avoid that person and accept that both of you have differences. Instead of dealing with the problem, just avoid it and lessen your stress. Sometimes,we have to leave things unresolved--you'll be surprised that after sometime it will no longer be that huge problem anymore.
@hdc4free (262)
• United States
1 Jun 10
Relaxing and creative problems have always helped soothe my stress. I love to paint, draw, and do crafts and I find nothing absorbs me more and helps me feel better after a stressful day than getting caught up in a creative pursuit. Stress has so many dangerous side-effects, it's so important to keep it in check!