6 More Top Stress Management Tips

January 11th, 2014

Stress is hurting our physical and emotional health and contributing to some of the leading causes of death in this country – U.S.A.” 2010 – American Psychological Association.

stress management tipsWe all experience stress. Sometimes more tension with given particular situations or people. Although we have no control over what happens to us, we can choose how we act in these situations rather than reacting and feeling overwhelmed or frazzled. The more stressed we become; the more we open ourselves to physical illnesses. The more we need stress management tips.

See previous article Best Top 6 Stress Management Tips The following top stress management tips, if practiced, will increase our physical and emotional wellness.

 

More Top Stress Management Tips

1. Increase the Energy or Chi in Your Body

  • Rub your hands together vigorously until they feel warm.
  • Then cup them over your closed eyes for five seconds while you breathe deeply.
  • Experience the comfort and release of stress.
  • Again rub your hands together vigorously until they feel warm.
  • Then with each hand rub the a kidney in your lower back at least 30 times.
  • Experience the increase in energy and release of stress.

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Best Top 6 Stress Management Tips

January 5th, 2014

Stress is hurting our physical and emotional health and contributing to some of the leading causes of death in this country – U.S.A.” 2010 – American Psychological Association

stress management We all experience stress. Sometimes we have more tension with given particular situations or people. Although we have no control over what happens to us, we can choose how we act in these situations rather than reacting and feeling overwhelmed or frazzled. We all need stress management.

The more stressed we become; the more we open ourselves to physical illnesses.

The following top stress management tips, if practiced, will increase our physical and emotional wellness.

Top Stress Management Tips

  Stress Management 1. Breathe Deeply

Most of us breathe shallow and unconsciously. We begin by putting our hand on our abdomen just below the navel.
  • We inhale slowly through our nose and watch our hand move out as our belly expands as we breathe deeply.
  • We hold our breath for a few seconds, and then exhale slowly out as you push the belly in as far as possible.
  • Repeat several times.
  • Breathing deeply and consciously from our diaphragm increases oxygen into our blood which relaxes us and decreases stress.

Stress Management 2. Anchoring: Visualize or Imagine a Positive Calming Scene

  • When we learn the technique of anchoring, we can relive the experience of feeling good and calm.stress relief
  •  Sit comfortably where you will be undisturbed.
  • Close your eyes and relax your body by breathing deeply into any areas of your body, one at a time, where you feel tightness or discomfort.
  • Go back in time or create a place where you feel good and at peace.
  • It may be a beach or a mountain valley or a meadow with a stream. Visualize or imagine this place with all the sights, sounds, smells, and feelings.
  • When you feel good and at peace, touch your thumb and 1st finger of each of your left and right hands together.
  • Do this two more times, each time feeling the good feelings and peace as you visualize or imagine your peaceful place.
  • Whenever you start to feel stressed repeat the anchoring method of  and your stress will melt away.

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