Quick Stress Busters
Stress is fast becoming the biggest health problem in modern societies. Financial pressures, work pressures, family pressures ? so much to do so little time to do it all! Here's five quick ways to ease the pressure and relieve stress:
If possible, take a day or even a weekend away from your usual surroundings, somewhere peaceful, and relax. Take a journal along so you can jot down any ideas. Distance away from problems can bring clarity and by relaxing, you'll be calmer and solutions will come far easier than when you're in the heat of battle.
This will get rid of them, you'll lower the stress they cause but more importantly, you'll realize just how effective and industrious you can be when you apply the full force of your will to accomplish things.
On this day, have a light workout, a swim, a sauna, a Jacuzzi, a steam room. A massage would be nice and if you have access to one, a Turkish baths will give you an invigorating experience. Try to do this at least once a month, it is an excellent stress-buster.
Give them a go ? you'll be amazed at the results!.
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Former anxiety sufferer Chris Green is the author of "Conquering Stress", the internationally acclaimed program which will help you to permanently conquer stress, depression and anxiety without taking powerful drugs.
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