How to Manage Stress

How to Manage Stress

There are several Tips to De-Stress yourself to avoid your Nervous break down. With stress levels reaching alarming levels in our daily life, experts are encouraging people to adopt for healthier life style. Although you may find yourself dealing with stress everyday, read these best tips on how to de-stress yourself.

List Your Daily Activities: To de-stress yourself make a list of daily activities every morning about what you need to accomplish during the day and try to stick to it. Too much of stress may cause depression, headaches, insomnia and digestive problems. So try to spend some time just for yourself and do some thing that will relax you.  Never bring your work to home. If it is really unavoidable bring it home only once a week.

Make a Habit of Reading Good Books: To de-stress yourself make a habit of reading your favorite Author Books daily atleast for 20 to 30 minutes. This habit will put your mind to rest and keeps you in good mood.  Find a quiet and convenient place in your house where no one will disturb you so that you can read what you want.

Listening To Music: To de-stress yourself, just few minutes everyday listening to soothing music will give you a great relief. Music will give good relax to your mind.

Exercise Daily : To de-stress yourself, do some simple exercises like Walking, Jogging etc. Do Breathing exercise daily, Breathing is known to work wonders on people. Take a deep breathe a few minutes daily, this will clear your head and help you unwind.  Every day just spend 30 minutes to do exercise.

Keep Your Room Neat : Reduce Clutter in your room surroundings. If your room is filled with junk it will overwhelm you. Clear your rooms before you go to bed. Take a Warm Bath before you go to bed, this will relive tension in you muscles and help to get relaxed besides giving you better sleep.

Eat Healthy Food to beat Fatigue

OATMEAL: Oatmeal is one of the best cereal breakfast options and is best for digestion also. The high dietary fibre content in oatmeal will leave you feeling full and prevent overeating throughout the day. Oatmeal contains protein, magnesium and phosphorus they directly affect energy levels as well as vitamin B1, which is important for producing energy.

Yoghurt : yoghurt is the great source of quick energy as the body processes it more quickly than other solid foods. The probiotics in yoghurt is helpful in eliminating harmful bacteria. Yoghurt is rich in protein which stays in the stomach longer than carbohydrates.

Beans: Beans are good in nutrients; they are low in fat and high in fibre. Beans offer a balance of carbohydrates and protein. Soya beans especially are a good source of tryptophan. The protein and fibre present in beans keeps the blood sugar in check and prevents major dips in energy. The fibre present in beans helps in digestion  and  bowel movements.

Spinach: Spinach is rich in iron and full of nutrients which are essential for getting rid of fatigue. Spinach is an excellent source of energy supporting B-Vitamins; spinach also contains magnesium and potassium. Iron in spinach aids in producing energy by delivering oxygen to the cells and enabling them to perform properly. Good for anaemic people as they constantly get tired and weak.

Seeds and Nuts : Seeds and Nuts contain iron, copper and vitamins B1, B2, B5 and B6. All these helps in production of good energy levels. Almonds and cashews contain magnesium which helps to curb muscle fatigue. The typtophan found in sesame seeds, walnuts and sunflower seeds aids in good sleep, they also reduce physical exhaustion. Nuts and seeds are good sources of high quality protein that can be converted into energy.