Tips To Deal Stress,Depression,Anxiety And Relieving To Stressed out

The life has become so much busy in this days, only few of us must be not be familiar with stress. Tell me who is not suffering from stress around you,of course aware of it?

People who don’t manage stress well can have headaches, stomach pain, sleeping problems, illness, and depression. You can manage stress simply by journaling, meditating, exercising, talking to others, or engaging in a leisure activity.


stressful situations

A lot of things can cause stress. You may feel stress when you go on a job interview, take a test, or run a race. These kinds of small-term stress are normal. Long-term (chronic) stress is caused by stressful situations or events that last over a long period of time, like problems at work or conflicts in your family. Over time, chronic stress can lead to severe health problems.

stress related illnesses that can cause stress include

negative effects of stress, Depression, Anxiety

  • Your health, especially if you have a chronic illness such as heart disease, diabetes, or arthritis.
  • Emotional problems, such as rage you can’t express, depression, grief, guilt, or low self-esteem.
  • Your relationships, such as having problems with your relationships or feeling a lack of friendships or support in your life.
  • Major life changes, such as dealing with the death of a parent or spouse, losing your job, getting married, or moving to a new city.
  • Stress in your family, such as having a child, teen, or other family member who is under stress, or being a caregiver to a family member who is elderly or who has health problems. For more information, see the topic Quick Tips: Reducing the Stress of Caregiving.
  • Conflicts with your beliefs and values. For example, you may value family life, but you may not be able to spend as much time with your family as you want.



stressful situations at workplace :

Social and job issues that can cause stress include

  • Your surroundings. Living in an area where overcrowding, crime, pollution, or noise is a problem can make chronic stress.
  • Your job. Being miserable with your work or finding your job too demanding can lead to chronic stress. Learn how to manage job stress.
  • Your social situation. Being poor, feeling lonely, or facing discrimination based on your race, gender, age, or sexual orientation can add stress to your life.

post traumatic stress disorder

You may need help dealing with stress if you have faced a life-threatening or traumatic event such as rape, a natural disaster, or war. These events can cause acute stress disorder or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). For more information, see the topic Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Stress-relief techniques focus on relaxing your mind and your body.

how to deal with stress, Depression, Anxiety

  • Write. It may help to write about things that are bothering you. Write for 10 to 15 minutes a day about stressful events and how they made you feel. Or reckon about starting a stress journal. This helps you find out what is causing your stress and how much stress you feel. After you know, you can find better ways to cope.
  • Let your feelings out. Talk, laugh, weep, and express rage when you need to. Talking with friends, family, a counselor, or a member of the clergy about your feelings is a healthy way to relieve stress.
  • Do something you delight in. This can be:
    • A leisure activity, such as gardening.
    • A creative activity, such as writing, crafts, or art.
    • Playing with and caring for pets.
    • Volunteer work.

You may feel that you’re too busy to do these things. But making time to do something you delight in can help you relax. It might also help you get more done in other areas of your life.

  • Focus on the present. Meditation and guided imagery are two ways to focus and relax your mind.
    • Meditate. When you meditate, you focus your attention on things that are happening right now. Paying attention to your breathing is one way to focus.

stress relieving and reduction tips and techniques

  • Exercise. Regular exercise is one of the best ways to manage stress. Walking is a fantastic way to get started. Even everyday activities such as housecleaning or yard work can reduce stress. Stretching can also relieve muscle tension. For more information about becoming more active, see the topic Fitness.
  • Try techniques to relax. Breathing exercises, muscle relaxation, and yoga can help relieve stress.
  • Breathing exercises. These include roll breathing, a type of deep breathing.

Yogatai chi, and qi gong. These techniques combine exercise and meditation. You may need some training at first to learn them. Books and videos are also helpful. You can do all of these techniques at home.