We all have stress in our life, and some of us have a lot of stress in our lives.

Do you find yourself  tired even with sleep?Symptoms of Stress

Is your stomach in pain often?

Do you  have headaches, often?

Do you have the just feeling that  you’re not quite in your body?

Is your blood pressure getting high?

Are you feeling tight and rushing all the time?

If you answered yes to any of the questions, you need to reduce your symptoms of stress.  And you need to reduce those things that cause us stress (where you can).

Some things to try:

1. Simplifying your life:

a.That might mean delegating things to other people.

b. Choosing what’s really important and letting go of  some obligations.

2. It could also mean increasing exercise which will absorb your stress,

3. Adding meditation into your life or increasing meditation times.

4.  Try yoga

5. Or  find  other ways to relax your body and mind.

Reducing the symptoms of stress means taking good care of yourself.

This also  means :

eating healthy foods,

-getting enough sleep,

-connecting more with friends or meeting new friends,

-managing your anger so that you handle it sooner.

I have some more  articles on  Anger Management Techniques that might be helpful for you.

You want to reduce your symptoms of stress in a number of ways.  So, you want to find the ones that will help you the most and that you can fit into your life.

The best thing that you can do is to remember to breathe deeply and slowly throughout the day. Detach from the stress, reconnect with your body, become present to your surrounding.

To help you remember to breathe deeply is to remember  on the top of each  hour or at each bottom of the hour.  Another time to remember to breathe deeply  is at beginning of each meal  or each time you walk into a bathroom. into the restroom.

Finding ways to  reduce your stress  will also reduce your symptoms!

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I hope for you to have a stress free life, and that your symptoms of stress are greatly reduced.

Until next time, wishing you the very best.