How To Be Calm In The Midst Of The Storm by Michele Cooper - Musely
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How To Be Calm In The Midst Of The Storm

posted in Health & Fitness
  • 1. Try to find a little alone time when you are stressed. And if an argument is stressing you out, walk away from it. If it is important, you can pick up a discussion when participants are not feeling so combative.
    2. Close your eyes, breathe deeply and visualize yourself where you'd like to be.

  • 3. Take a walk, outside if possible. Walking, especially in nature can clear your mind and get your blood flowing.
    4.Try to find some down time near water. The sound of water is calming.

  • Take a long shower, sit by a stream and don't forget to drink lots of water too.
    5. Listen to relaxing, uplifting music.

  • "Four Square" method of breathing to reduce anxiety:
    1. Breathe in slowly to a count of four.
    2. Hold the breath for a count of four.
    3. Exhale slowly through pursed lips to a count of four.
    4. Rest for a count of four (without taking any breaths).
    5. Take two normal breaths and repeat process

  • I hope this helps you the next time you are feeling overwhelmed.

    Have a great day and thanks for looking.


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