Exercise helps your body release “feel-good” endorphins hormones, supporting you
to feel less stressed. Stress can also make you tense your muscles without thinking, which exercise help to relax.
It doesn’t have to be a complete workout:
Stress can hit in when you’re feeling overwhelmed by the tasks that need to be done or with deadlines. Writing a to-do list or time management plan can help you see each task through to completion.
Writing everything down can make stressful tasks seem easier.
When you feel anxious or stressed the way you breathe has drastic changes, impacting your wellbeing. Nose breathing allows 50% more air to flow into the body, which is more than 10%~20% uptake of oxygen compared to mouth breathing.
“For breath is life, and if you breathe well you will live long on earth.” by Dr Alan Ruth
Nose breathing is beneficial because it:
Try this visual breathing tool to help you easily calm your breath by xhalr.com.
Stress is one of the negative emotions that most people feel, and it can take a toll on our bodies and mind when situations get too overwhelming, making us feel angry, annoyed, short-tempered, and upset.
When those negative feelings try to overtake you, STOP what you are doing and remove yourself from the situation:
It is scientifically proven, meditating and relaxing decreases stress. Try meditating someplace quiet, listening to calming music or podcasts.