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For some, minimalism evokes thoughts of selling off all your worldly goods and moving to live in a log cabin in the middle of nowhere. For others, they imagine a twenty-something hipster living in a micro apartment with bare walls, empty cupboards and little in the way of home comforts.
It seems counterintuitive to be stressed out on vacation, but unfortunately, it happens a lot. In our normal routines, we eat well, exercise and go to sleep at consistent times each night. On vacation, we eat much later than we usually would, don’t pay as much attention to exercising or sleep and may be in extremely close proximity with stress-inducing family members. This is not a recipe for being your most relaxed self.
As we discussed in a recent post, keeping a daily journal to record your recovery progress can be incredibly useful. Regularly writing down your thoughts and feelings enables you to let go of your emotions – and it can be highly beneficial when it comes to reducing the stresses and anxieties you experience each day.
We all know how our increasing reliance on technology is causing stress and anxiety in modern society. But it’s also worth considering how technology can actually help us to manage and reduce stress in our everyday lives.
Social media attracts millions of followers, with Facebook taking the lead (with over two billion users), followed by YouTube (1.5 billion), Instagram (800 million) and Twitter (330 million). There can be no doubt that our lives and society have been hugely impacted by social media.
Stress is a key trigger in Adrenal Fatigue so reducing your stress is the single most important step on your road to restoring adrenal health and recovery. Effective stress management starts with identifying your sources of stress so you can develop strategies to manage them.
It’s fair to say that modern life causes huge amounts of stress and anxiety. Whether it’s problems at work, exam stress, relationship difficulties or worries over how you’re going to pay the next bill, stress is a simple fact of everyday life and something we all have to deal with. But did you know that many of us only compound our stress levels through our bad habits? If you want to reduce stress and make your life easier, these are the ten things you should tackle right now.
The holiday season is the perfect opportunity to spend quality time with your loved ones and take a well-earned break from work. But while it should be a fun and joyous time of year, the holiday season can also be extremely stressful. Whether it’s the pressure to create the “perfect” Christmas, the stress of dealing with the overwhelming crowds, or simply the prospect of spending time with the in-laws. It’s easy to see why the holiday season isn’t always the most wonderful time of the year!
Our lives are controlled by the meanings we associate to things and situations. These meanings in turn are shaped by our own personal psychology and our model of the world (our own beliefs and values that we have created).
Life is often so hectic and stressful that we somehow forget to look after ourselves. Most of us plow through life and get to the end of each day with an overwhelming sense of exhaustion, before crashing and getting up again the next morning to do it all over again.
Get our free Stress Management Workbook to help you identify and track your stress, and provide you with a variety of proven techniques that you can use to counteract stress. It helps you: