Everyone feels stressed from time to time. But, what is stress? How does it affect your health? How can you do about it?
In psychology, stress is feeling of strain and pressure. Stress is a natural part of our life. It is one type of psychological pain. Stress can affect your health. So, it is important to pay attention to how you deal with major and minor stress problems.
Stress affects everyone
Most people experience stress and anxiety time to time. Some people may cope with stress effectively and some recovered from stressful events more easily than others. There are different types of stress. All of which carry mental and physical health risks.
People who have stress over long periods of time may feel negative related health outcomes. They are more likely to develop heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and may even develop depression and panic disorder.
How to manage stress?
Taking practical steps to manage stress can reduce or prevent stress-related issues. The following are some important tips that may help you to cope with stress.
Identify the symptoms
Recognize the symptoms of your body’s response to stress. Signs like difficulty in sleeping, increased alcohol and other substance use, being easily angered, feeling depressed, and having low energy.
Talk to your Health Care Provider or Doctor
Get proper health care for existing or new health problems.
Get Regular Exercise
Give just 30 minutes per day of walking can help boost your mood and reduce stress.
Try some relaxing activity
Explore stress coping program, scheduling time for hobbies, meditation or other gentle exercises. We have to schedule regular times for these healthy and relaxing activities.
Stay connected with people
The most important thing is to stay connected with people who give you emotional and other support. To overcome stress, ask for help from friends, family, and community.
Shree Radhe Maa says, “We have to support the people who are facing the mental stress. Inspire others with your message of hope and show others they are not alone.”