The modern world is hectic and stressful. Whether it is due to a pressure in the work place , juggling family life, or simply having too many commitments, we all have a lot of demands on our time. Being under stress for a long period of time can take its toll on our mind body and soul leading to us feeling run down and exhausted. Here are some recommendations to help relieve some of that stress:
1. Time Management
If you are struggling a lot of different sources of stress, jot them all down on a note pad . Work out what you can do, and when, without being putting to much pressure on yourself. If there are things that you simply cannot be completed in the required time-frame, pass that responsibility to someone else.
This doesn’t have to involve incense or chanting (although it can do). Simply set aside five or ten minutes a day to sit in a quiet room, close your eyes and concentrate on you. It is the perfect exercise to help you re-focus your mind.
Laughter has the ability to lift your mood no matter what it is that is getting your down. Watch a funny programme, or go and see a comedian. Laughter can heal the soul. Anything that makes you smile will help to fight stress. So meet up with friends, enjoy a hobby, and be silly sometimes. Then you can get back to responsible life with a positive attitude.
4. Accept the unchangeable
Sometimes issues make you feel stressed, but there is nothing you can do to fix them. Try to let go of these things that bring you down, and accept them as something you have no control over.
5. Avoid unnecessary stress
If there are certain people in your life who only ever bring your stress, take steps to avoid them, or at least limit the time you spend with them.
Massage is a great way to relax. Taking care of your body should be at the top of your priorities. By addingmassagr to your routine now, you’ll feel, look and simply be healthier far into the future. In fact, stress relief alone can improve your vitality and state of mind. So what better way to prep for a long, happy life than a relaxing, therapeutic massage
For more advice and help, contact Sarah at www.honeybeetherapy.co.uk.