How to Ease Stress?

We all know that Stress is one of the leading causes a lot of illnesses all over the world.

Anxiety, depression, insomnia, heart palpitation just to name a few (from the rather long list).

I’d like to think that it’s much better to focus on what eases stress rather than on the negativity that could exist in the world, our professional and/or personal lives.

There will always be bad news, such is life. Learning how to cope with them is Key.

When I think about Stress, what comes to mind is roughly included in the diagram I drew below.

How about that as an incentive, or rather a reminder that we should focus on alleviating Stress?

Stress: Some of the many Consequences

There are many things which can impact both your mental and physical health, in great ways. See my Diagram below.

I believe balancing your Life with a good Nutrition and Fitness routine are Key.

If you missed my post about Ways to Get Back a Fitness Routine, click here.

The Willpower to wanting to feel alright is key. With willpower and focus, good things always happen!


Some Ways to Ease/Eliminate Stress

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Love Life. Photo credit: Jordan Donaldson
Photo credit: Jordan Donaldson

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2 Replies to “How to Ease Stress?”

  1. I’m actually learning in class right now just how much stress affects our daily health. It’s so crazy to me that as a whole, we all know that stress impacts our health in a negative way, yet we [in general] continue living life the same way. You would think business policies would be changed, and we would all be wanting to decrease our levels of stress, as well as each other’s. Hopefully we’ll see that day come!

    1. Unfortunately companies are mostly focused on their “bottom line”, and many people focus on a lot of things except their health.

      Often, health is not in people’s mind until they get the “bad news”. For others, they don’t even get to have that “wake up call” (instead, they pass away).

      Companies like Google, Virgin and Facebook seems to be innovators in how best to care about their staff. I’ve seen improvements in small to medium size companies, so there’s hope.

      However, such “caring for employee” policies are still far from being a common policy. Llloonngg way to go still!

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