A 5-letter word that no one wants to hear or no one wants to feel but no matter how much we try to avoid, we always fail!

At the most normal level, stress is our body’s response to pressures from a situation or life event. What contributes to stress can depend from person to person and usually it differs according to our social and economic circumstances, the environment we live in and our genetic makeup.

Some common features of things that can make us feel stress include experiencing something new or unexpected or something we do not want to happen to us, something that threatens your feeling of self, or feeling you have little control over a situation.

And we want to help YOU to be out of this situation! Yes, YOU!

First, you need to know what the problem is and identify the causes. Take control by taking small steps towards the things you can improve. 

Second, review how you live your life. Are you taking things much you can handle? Are you overwhelmed with everyday’s tasks? You may need to prioritise things if you are trying to achieve and reorganise your life so that you are not trying to do everything at once. This will help you lessen the stress hormones at hand.

Third, you need to be with the people who support you the most! You may also try to find some new things to do like joining a club, going to a gym and doing activities like volunteering to help others and this can have beneficial impact on your mood and to feel better.

Fourth, you need to have a healthy eating habit! Most of the food that we eat can immensely impact our mood. We need to make sure that we are eating food that contains essential vitamins and minerals as well as the golden liquid which is “WATER”.

Fifth, you need to exercise! It can boost your mood though the production of endorphins. Even a little time to do some physical activities can make a lot of difference.

Sixth, take yourself out or treat yourself with something or try to relax and do something for yourself. You need to balance the responsibility for others and responsibility for yourself and this plays a vital role in reducing stress of everyday living.

Seventh, get plenty of sleep! Yes, a good sleep makes a lot of difference on how we respond to situations at hand. Just get as much as rest and sleep as you can. Do not be too hard on yourself!

Eight, mindfulness meditation can help managing and reducing the levels of stress or anxiety levels to most of the people.

Ninth, drop your vices! Stop smoking and drinking! When you cut these things down they will help to reduce tension. Studies have shown that alcohol and caffeine can increase the feeling of anxiety and nervousness.

Tenth, try something natural! Try something out of nature. It can be a herbal medicine or some CBD OIL! Have you heard of CBD? It is Cannabidiol, which is a chemical compound from the Cannabis sativa plant, which is also known as marijuana or help, according to the US National Library of Medicine. It's a naturally occurring substance that's used in products like oils and edibles to impart a feeling of relaxation and calm.

Cannabidiol is most commonly used for seizure disorder (epilepsy). It is also used for anxiety, pain, a muscle disorder called dystonia, Parkinson disease, Crohn disease, and many other conditions, but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses.


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