Don’t Worry, Be Happy

stress Everyone gets stressed or the feeling of being worn out or drained sometimes. From money, to relationships, to just life there are times you just can’t avoid feeling stressed out. But you should do your best to get over it as quickly as possible. Stress can affect you mentally and physically, immediately or over time.

     Many times we are stressed and don’t even realize it. The first sign of stress is tension. You will start to feel tight or sore and you will become irritated very easily. Some other signs are stress are headaches, weight loss or gain, being exhausted, doubting yourself, backaches, or “sick to your stomach” feelings. If you feel any of these you should start looking into stress management options.

     There are a few things you do to reduce your stress level. Get plenty of rest and sleep, a clear mind may be able to deal with the situation better. Exercise on a regular basis. Exercising has a positive effect on your mood and helps keep your body fit and more capable of handling stress. Relax, try not to take things too seriously. Realize that there will be hard times and it won’t last forever. Find a place of solitude. You will be able to clear your thoughts and better assess the situations that are stressing you. If all else fails, talk with someone.

   Everyone goes through stressful situations, it’s the way you handle these situations that will determine whether the stress is over quickly or taking over your life.

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One thought on “Don’t Worry, Be Happy

  1. I’ve read somewhere that with the different levels of stress we have the potential to have health issues that go along with them from moderate to severe.

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