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HOW TO DE-STRESS 🙏

posted in Health & Fitness
09/16/2014
  • Take a 5 minute walk

    While just about any walk will help to clear your head and boost endorphins (which, in turn, reduces stress hormones), consider walking in a park or other green space, which can actually put your body into a state of meditation, thanks to a phenomenon known as “involuntary attention” during which something holds our attention, but simultaneously allows for reflection.

  • Take deep breaths

    Breathing exercises or even just taking a few deep breaths can help reduce tension and relieve stress, thanks to an extra boost of oxygen. While shallow breathing a marker of stress stimulates the sympathetic nervous system, reported NPR, deep breathing does the opposite: It stimulates the parasympathetic reaction, which helps us to calm down.

  • Visualize

    A short visualization is an easy way to get back to center. Even the National Institutes for Health recognizes the power of “guided imagery” to elicit a relaxation response.

  • Pressure points

Applying pressure to the space between your second and third knuckle (the joints at the base of your pointer and middle fingers) can help to create a sense of instant calm, according to Sharon Melnick, author of Success Under Stress.
    Pressure points

    Applying pressure to the space between your second and third knuckle (the joints at the base of your pointer and middle fingers) can help to create a sense of instant calm, according to Sharon Melnick, author of Success Under Stress.
  • Hang Up, Then Turn Off Your Phone

    Cell phones stress you out, there’s no question about that. Talking can even raise your blood pressure.

  • Put On Some Music

    While classical music has a particularly soothing effect it slows heart rate, lowers blood pressure and even decreases levels of stress hormones any music that you love will flood your brain with feel-good neurochemicals like dopamine.

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