The old bugbear - get rid of the stress
We all know that stress is one of the banes of modern life.
It reduces productivity, strains social relationships, and affects both our mental and physical well-being. It is therefore of paramount importance that we do everything we can to reduce stress.
Different people find different ways to reduce stress.
Have you ever felt as relaxed as a rag doll after a swim? Certain physical activities like walking, swimming, and yoga can also be great stress relievers.
Team sports, on the other hand, can create stress from the adrenaline of competition by keeping your body on alert for too long. If you are looking for a great workout and thrill try basketball, football, soccer and the like. Those who practice it say how the tension falls off them. But if you want to relieve stress, you should try other physical activities.
Two other ways to reduce stress are deep breathing and meditation. When you breathe deeply, focus on the inhale and exhale and nothing else. Those who practice it say they can feel the tension release from them. The same goes for meditation, where your mind focuses only on positive thoughts.
You can also try aromatherapy, sip herbal tea, or listen to recordings of rain or other soothing sounds of nature. The idea behind aromatherapy is that your sense of smell overwhelms your other senses for a while. When you breathe in a pleasant smell for a few minutes, you can forget your worries, relax - and even think back to pleasant memories, e.g. For example, as a child you ran through a field of fragrant flowers. Herbal teas are healthy anyway, but sipping slowly on a porch surrounded by lawn and trees and listening to the birds chirping can be even more soothing. Listening to recorded sounds of nature can also calm you down, but the key is to give it time. You can't use your smartphone on the phone, listen to the recorded sounds of precipitation for 10 minutes and think you can move on. Listen to it 30 minutes or more before bed - or even fall asleep to the sounds of the recording.
A water treatment is another way to relieve stress. A sauna gives you both hot steam and refreshing cold water when you get too hot. In a spa, it's heat and massaging jets of water. If you don't have time to visit a spa or sauna, try the tried and true: a hot bath. You will feel the stress melt away from you.
The right kind of supplementation can also help you relax with Viproactive® Relax from Schaeffer Nutraceuticals your body defends itself against stress, tiredness and exhaustion. It consists of magnesium for the proper functioning of the nervous system and natural plant extracts that promote a positive mood and well-being.
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