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How to Reduce the Stress in Two Minutes a Day

Breathing

Whether we’re dealing with an unhappy client, or assigned a last-minute project to complete by the end of the day, or just going through the everyday trials and tribulations of our job, we all experience stress. And there’s no denying it — it stinks.

An executive from at MNC, strong faith, a great family life, and plenty of money, even got along well with his in-laws! So why did he have so much stress and anxiety that he could hardly sleep at night?

There is a simple strategy that you can use to reduce anxiety, improve your ability to deal with stress, and boost your confidence. The best part is it works immediately and takes only two minutes to do.

As an individual, many of us self-appease with junk food, a glass (or two) of wine, maybe some mindless TV, we think these may fixes, but that doesn’t actually fix anything.

Whenever fear and anxiety take embrace, the nervous system directs blood flow to the largest muscles, an evolutionary response to protect against physical danger. This redirected flow often results in cold hands. So when we warm them, which automatically signal our nervous system that it’s OK to calm down.

Donate some Money

Giving some money to a good reason makes you feel happy or feel better than buying a pair of stylish cloths, the studies proved it.

The fact is you don’t have to be a millionaire to enjoy this karmic deed. The researchers raveled that those who gave even Rs: 100 to needy person will felt obviously better than those who bought themselves a luxuries instead.

Whole grains

“If you’re feeling irritable, eat an all-carb whole grain snacks and see the difference, you will feel happier just within a half hour,”

Give yourself a hug

Stress and Hug

 

When you feel self negatively, the brain’s amygdala sends signals and that will increase blood pressure and raise adrenaline and cortisol levels. Here they recommend “surreptitious self-hug” wrapping the arms around ourselves and squeezing. Even our own touch releases oxytocin and other biochemicals which promotes well-being.

Just move it—a little

The Revolutionary New Science of Exercise and the Brain, says just two minutes of exercise is enough to change your mood, as long as you raise your heart rate. “Anything from squats to jumping jacks supplies a surge of neurotransmitters, such as norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin—the same targets as antidepressants”.

Be a jaw dropper

“Relaxing your tongue and jaw sends a message to your brain stem and limbic system to turn off the stress hormones adrenaline and cortisol,” Simply let your tongue go shuffle in your mouth, and then open your mouth slightly, which will instantly loosen up your jaw. “These exercises help bring our parasympathetic nervous system online, which tells our bodies to rest and restore”.

How to Take a Two-Minute Breathe Break

BreathingFor thirty seconds, focus all your attention on your breathing.

Yes, focus upon your breathing. Breathe in slowly for a four count, then pause for a second, and then breathe out slowly for a six to seven count. If counting makes you feel more stressed, focus upon your breathing alone. Continue for thirty seconds.

Accept what you are feeling and then focus on your breathing.

Emotions become problematic most quickly when we try to fight or ignore them. You need to find the cause of your stress, acknowledge it, and decide whether it is something you need to address or let go for now.

At the end of the two minutes, you will likely feel more calm than before you began the exercise. If you are still feeling swamped with stress, take another two-minute break.

The beauty of this exercise is that you can do it virtually anywhere without taking much away from your day.Reduce Stress

We may think that we don’t have time even for a two minute break because we have to solve a huge problem for the project to be completed. However, research has also shown that we not only think more clearly but also more creatively when we aren’t stressed out.

Less stress, more productivity, Greater creativity.  Who don’t want to use this situation more in their life? Do favor yourself and take a breather break.

The more you practice, better it will assist you in taking back your day.

So, be started!

Lifestyle Diseases

Over decades, due to unhealthy diets, smoking, lack of exercise, and perhaps stress. These are major risk factors for Lifestyle Diseases like, high blood pressure, tobacco addiction, high blood cholesterol, diabetes and obesity. These results in various long-term disease processes, reaching in high humanity rates attributable to stroke, depression and heart disease, tobacco- and nutrition-induced cancers, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, renal failure, and many others. Internationally, these diseases are also known as “Lifestyle Diseases” or “degenerative diseases”.

An individual’s health depends on lot of on their lifestyle. Maintaining physical and mental health is causes to an individual’s longevity. The more time spent on cleanliness, physical fitness, with balanced diet, the healthy lifestyle they embrace.
A lifestyle disease is related with the way a person lives.  Lifestyle diseases  include atherosclerosis, heart disease, stroke, obesity, type 2 diabetes these diseases are the results of smoking and alcohol abuse. Lifestyle diseases are becoming more common presently, because of countries become more developed. For the first time in history these lifestyle diseases kill more people than infectious ones

Those who join in any kind of physical activity regularly, they are generally healthier than those who don’t. Mental illness may happen due to various reasons. For example, depression may promote mental illness through stress and anxiety. Reasons for depression can be due to a number of things including job loss, recently widowed and divorce, etc. Depression may lead to increase the poor habits for not promoting physical health. Poor habits may lead to a poor or even dangerous lifestyle.

Environment

There are two types of environment for Healthy lifestyle: nature and social. Natural surroundings in which a person lives and operates. An individual who passionate about his healthy lifestyle will prefer to walk to nature closely. For a healthy lifestyle natural environment is required, such as fresh air, clean water, clean home, clean neighborhood and a cleanness at home. Those who are nature loved decide to plant flowers, vegetables and other greenery’s in their backyard and organizes their household waste and uses positive and practical ways to conserve environmental sustainability.

Social environment is entirely different. Social Environment includes living and working conditions, income level, educational background, community and religious beliefs.
In a social environment there are certain expectations from the person for those around him. Expectations like success and wanted to be best.
 

Along with success stress related diseases will definitely comes. On the contrary if failure happens, and then there will be mood swings and attracts frustration. In order to avoid this, there are better ways to stay away from failure and disappointment.

Technology

Technology and diversity have significantly changed the lives of people in society. Technology has both positive and negative effects on our daily lifestyle. However, these aspects of technology depend on how much we use and exposed to it. In other words, our lifestyle controls the use of technology, while technology influences our lifestyles.
Technology has changed the field of agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, information, medicine, communication, war among others. Technology has also made easier for other factors to affect our lifestyle, such as media. All in all, technology has made our lives much easier; so that we have no longer required living forceful lifestyle as in the past, contributed to the turn down in our health.
On the other hand, technology has complex in lives and had many negative effects. Technology has the power to bring media to us and that can change our values and views on the world, which in return will change our lifestyles. Because of evolution in technology such as computers and television, people become a much more sedentary lifestyle, which leads to unhealthy issues and complications.
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