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30 Ways to Reduce Stress. Take Your Health Back Here:

Published on 2/19/2019
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30 Ways to Reduce Stress. Take Your Health Back Here:

You and I both know this one thing and that is, we do live in a very stressful world, bombarded by increasing demands, added responsibilities that we do not bargain for, some legitimate while some are not called for, but by choices between our professional and personal commitments we sometimes become irritated and stressed out. Sound familiar, am I talking to the right audience, do I get your attention now?  

Well, I came up with 30 ways to reduce stress in your life beginning right now.

30 Ways to Reduce Stress. Take Your Health Back Here:

  1. Make every second or moment matter. Time is your most valuable asset we have. Invest it wisely or you’ll be forced to make up for lost time which waits on no man and it’s hard to catch up.
  2. Live within your means. As you may know already, debt is a significant source of stress. Let me ask you a question, does buying something new on credit worth the added pressure to pay off at the end of the month with those high interest rate? You have to make that final decision and answer it.
  3. Know your limits.Cut yourself some slack, I mean some realistic slack. You can’t be expected to constantly go full bore or perform well under continual pressure, the brain don’t function to its full capacity like that.
  4. Get it right.Do things right the first time to avoid having to redo them later which could be a pain in you know where!!. Remember, problems are best addressed before they arise and as the saying goes, prevention is better than cure.
  5. Be open to feedback.Learn from your mistakes. Lessons in life will be repeated until they are acknowledged and learned.
  6. Be grateful.Don’t take things for granted. Appreciate what you have as chances are not everyone is so privileged and you’ll be forced to learn what it meant to you after you lose it.
  7. Take calculated risks. Often time’s people who live on the edge never fear falling off. But remember, when you bet against the statistics, you’ll eventually become one trust me.
  8. Keep things in perspective. Establish priorities. Priorities is essential to live a productive life especially when you have to bounce between taking care of your family and work. Spend your time where it matters most, or you may live to regret it.
  9. Manage your expectations.Set stretch goals, but make sure they’re realistic in such a way that it will not keep you awake at night. Talking a good game doesn’t put points on the board. Big lesson well taken.
  10. Reserve “me” time.Give yourself time to pause. It’ll help you keep things in perspective and re-energize your batteries. Remember a cat nap is good, to get your mind refresh and ready for the next challenge.
  11. Say “no.”If you focus too much on making others happy, you may end up sacrificing your own happiness. Remember NO is a good word. Keep it handy for sure.
  12. Work hard AND work smart. Stop and thinkBeing busyisn’t the same as being productive. Make goals and get them done
  13. Think small.You don’t always have to swing for the fence. The cumulative impact of doing small things in a consistent manner is huge. We ought not to despise small beginnings.
  14. Be early.Don’t wait until the last minute. Instead, be a few minutes or hours early. If a mishap occurs, you’ll still be on time. Remember the early bird catches the worm.
  15. Go with the flow.Unforeseen events can be alarming and disruptive big time. But they’re also a fact of life. Expect it, be ready and always be prepare for it. Remain flexible and not stiff neck.
  16. Shoot for excellence.Strive for excellence, not perfection. Excellent is more than sufficient and it’s good for a start.
  17. Protect your downside.Be optimistic, but safeguard yourself in case an opportunity doesn’t pan out. Learn to have plan A, B, and C. Don’t put all your EGGS INTO ONE BASKET.
  18. See the invisible.It’s so easy to lose sight of the things that you can’t see. You have to stay focus as trust takes a while to develop, but can be gone quite easily.
  19. Learn this costly lesson.Cheaper isn’t always less expensive. It’s better to buy good quality upfront rather than to replace inferior quality later. The hassle does not worth it.
  20. Be realistic.Don’t expect rainbows to fill the sky every day. Life is filled with “ups and downs,” so make the most of the “in-betweens.” In other words make hay while the sun shines.
  21. Find the right balance.Slow down. Happiness is a result of balance rather than intensity. Stop by and smell the roses.
  22. Save for a rainy day.Build a cushion in case unforeseen expenses strike — they usually do when you least expect it.
  23. Do preventive maintenance.Take care of your things so that you avoid unnecessary fire drills. Prevention is better than cure.
  24. Let it go. Keeping things bottled up inside yourself is stressful and anxiety provoking. Hate, envy, and revenge are destructive and unproductive. Don’t hold on to the things that’s not healthy for you. Remember a merry heart is like medicine to your soul.
  25. Listen to your conscience.Actions have consequences. Be prepared to accept them. Follow your conscience. Live, laugh, love and sleep well.

Lastly, I must say we’re all living life on the edge most of the times instead of living life to its fullest.

We tend to cram as much as we can into a day and scrambling to get ahead at all costs. We’re like hamsters on a treadmill, running pointlessly as precious moments pass us by that cannot come back.

The sobering question is, there may come a time when we’ll sit back and wonder what we’ve gained from this frenetic race called life. The fact is, if you have the will and desire, you can change your path today. It’s about time to reduce stress in your life. The truth is — you may not have the control to lengthen your life, but you can do much to deepen it.

I hope you find value with my post today, please like, share and make a comment.

Cheers,

Sharon Naraine

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