How To Prevent Stress


Too much work, but too little time and too little sleep: physical and mental stress is not healthy in the long run. For those who are always stressed, suffering from symptoms such as a headache, muscle twitching, dizziness, restlessness, and difficulty concentrating is common. Over time, cardiovascular complaints may also occur. To avoid such consequences, it is essential to do something against the stress in good time. We’ll tell you the top anti-stress tips that can help you ease the strain.

Exercise More

Exercise is probably the stress killer par excellence. And rightly so, because sports reduce stress effectively and provide more well-being. Especially recommended are endurance sports such as jogging, swimming or rowing, which put the body in a meditative state. But even a walk is enough to switch off and do something against the stress.

If you need special motivation to exercise, why not can try it once with an at-home treadmill? It counts every step you take – just 5,000 steps a day is enough to increase your well-being.

Cook Something Delicious

Cooking or baking is the perfect pastime to relieve stress. Working in the kitchen helps us work out and relax at the same time, without overwhelming us. After cooking, a delicious menu will be waiting for us – that too helps to relax. So grab your partner or some friends and get started.

In stressful situations, certain foods are highly recommended – and that is not just chocolate. Rather, the supply of potassium, magnesium and B vitamins is vital for the body. That’s why you should choose foods such as whole grains, legumes, bananas, broccoli, dried fruits, dairy products, nuts, and eggs.

Watch Your Eyes

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Laughter is, next to exercise, probably the best way to reduce stress. Just laugh loud and hearty – even if there is no specific reason for it. Because by laughing the happiness hormone serotonin is released. If you like it a little less loud, you can just close your eyes, relax and smile. Again, serotonin is released.

Drink A Cup Of Tea

Drinking a cup of tea has something cozy about it. Therefore, a warm tea is also well suited to relieve stress. In addition to the variety, the way in which you drink the tea is particularly important: A hastily drunk tea will hardly provide more relaxation. Instead, consciously take a few minutes to sit comfortably on the sofa and enjoy the warm drink in a very targeted manner. Tea blends with balm, hops or lavender are ideal for relaxing.

Look Back At Holiday Pictures

Holiday is the time of the year when you leave the stress of everyday life behind and do something good. Unfortunately, the holiday feeling usually vanishes too fast. With a few tricks, you can bring back the relaxed holiday mood. Take your time and take a look at some holiday pictures. In particular, remember how you felt in each situation. With a pleasant scent or soft music, you can enhance the relaxing effect.

Take Time For Yourself

For those who always have something to do and are always stressed, it does not take one thing above all: time for yourself. So it’s time to catch up. Think about what you really wanted to do in the last few weeks, but in the end, it was always too short. It does not matter whether you read a book in peace or finally want to make a balloon trip. Treat yourself to something that you really feel like at the moment and switch off your sense of duty for at least a few hours.

Sleep Well

Good sleep is worth a lot. Most people probably know that you sleep better if you do not exercise too late in the evening, avoid caffeinated drinks and hard-to-digest foods and do not overheat the room. But what about the electromagnetic fields in your room? Do you pull the plug from your wireless router and put the smartphone in another room when you go to sleep? Even a radio alarm clock provides for radio waves. If you banish all that from your bedroom, you sleep deeper, and your body can recover better. Try it. It helps!

Consciously Enjoy The Little Things

If you’re stressed, you’ll probably be overwhelmed with sensations all day long. In order to do something against the stress, you should try to enjoy things specifically. For example, let a piece of chocolate slowly melt on your tongue – this has a double effect. On the one hand, the relaxed enjoyment relaxes, on the other hand, the chocolate ensures that a lot of happiness hormones are released. So the stress has no chance!

Avoid Smartphones

Modern technology makes life easier for people in many ways, but they also often cause slight constant stress: you are permanently available and can constantly react to new situations and events. If you are stressed, you should try 24 hours without technology. Just turn off the computer – and best of all the cellphone. If this is too extreme for you, at least try not to carry the phone with you for a few hours a day. You will see the difference!

Dancing Is A Stress Killer

Also recommended against stress is dancing. Dancing is tough and burns many calories, but it’s also a lot of fun and great for your health. Especially the combination of movement and music makes dancing a real stress killer. If you prefer it quieter, you can try yoga.

Have Some Fresh Air

Fresh air is vital! Everyone is always talking about the high levels of air pollution from traffic, fine dust and high ozone levels. Those who do not live in big cities think themselves on the safe side. The air is bad not only in the big cities – but also in your home or office. After all, that’s the air you use to breathe for hours. Make sure you have good airflow in the office and take a walk on your lunch break to make sure you mix it up.


About Author

LaDonna Dennis

LaDonna Dennis is the founder and creator of Mom Blog Society. She wears many hats. She is a Homemaker*Blogger*Crafter*Reader*Pinner*Friend*Animal Lover* Former writer of Frost Illustrated and, Cancer...SURVIVOR! LaDonna is happily married to the love of her life, the mother of 3 grown children and "Grams" to 3 grandchildren. She adores animals and has four furbabies: Makia ( a German Shepherd, whose mission in life is to be her attached to her hip) and Hachie, (an OCD Alaskan Malamute, and Akia (An Alaskan Malamute) who is just sweet as can be. And Sassy, a four-month-old German Shepherd who has quickly stolen her heart and become the most precious fur baby of all times. Aside from the humans in her life, LaDonna's fur babies are her world.

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