Stress Release Techniques
By now, everyone knows that yoga and meditation works wonders for stress, but besides these there are other lesser-known techniques that also help to alleviate stress and anxiety. While some of these can be conveniently done, some require time and effort on your part.
But, all in all these techniques have been proven to work almost with immediate effect. Continue reading
We all experience stress. Even the most seemingly Zen-like person, with not a worry in the world, has experienced stress. I can assure you that stress is an innate emotion, which everyone experiences from time to time.
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It is surprising that even though ADHD is one of the most common disorders children suffer from, not a lot is mentioned about its correlation with stress. Children with ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder are not only more stressed than other children their age but it can also lead to long-lasting effects like anxiety disorders for life. Continue reading
practice the act of gratitude
Gratitude- a word often used but seldom adhered to. How many times have we actually taken the time to feel grateful about something? We often say that good things happen to other people, but why don’t we realize that at time we are the ‘other’ person for a lot of people out there.
When you feel grateful, you feel content, which in turn makes you feel happier. And it is this consistent feeling of happiness that helps to reduce and in due time, thoroughly remove the proneness to stress and anxiety. Continue reading
Stress is generally perceived as a negative emotion considering the negative impact it
has on a person’s mind and body. Although there is something called ‘good’
stress that is characterized by the pressure of a deadline that charges you to
work harder and put in more effort, when we talk about stress it usually has a
negative connotation. Continue reading