Stressed

We all know stress. It’s something that we as human beings have to deal with every day. Despite this, most of us don’t do much to learn how to control it ourselves.

This is the best moment to start controlling your stress. According to the American Phycology Association (APA), the nation’s stress levels have increased significantly because of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the APA, two out of three adults say their stress levels have increased significantly. Not only that, but eight out of 10 adults in America say that COVID is a significant stress source.

It’s important to understand what stress is and why we feel it in order to control it. Stress is a normal reaction your body makes to keep you aware of any danger or threat. It can be a good thing since stress prepares your body and helps it adjust to the current situation.

Of course, it was even more helpful before, when threats were a matter of life and death. Now, however, arriving late at work or forgetting your anniversary can cause you enormous amounts of unnecessary stress.

If you’re suffering from stress, know that you’re not alone. A large part of the population suffers from stress. The bright side is, you can learn to control and overcome it. Here are some tips that can help you.

8. Exercise Regularly

Exercise Regularly

Exercise won’t just help you burn calories, but it will help you feel less stressed as well. Whether it’s by yourself or with someone else, working out can help you release endorphins, which are hormones that help you feel better, happier, and improve your mood.

You don’t have to do three hours of exercise every day, but even doing 10 to 15 minutes of working out can help your stress levels tremendously.

7. Meditation and Mindfulness

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Meditation can be hard to practice, but it can greatly help your mind, body, and stress levels. The great thing is that there are many ways for you to try meditation, even if it’s not in a conventional way.

You can try breathing exercises and focusing on your breathing for 5 to 10 minutes a day. You can practice yoga or try something called mindfulness meditation, which helps you become aware of your breathing and thoughts to learn more about what’s causing so much stress in yourself.

You don’t need more than a quiet place and a comfortable position, but meditation and mindfulness can help you reduce your stress, your heart rate and even improve your immune system.

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