Did you know that constant stress can actually make you ill? Chronic stress can lead to high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke, asthma, cancer and a host of other health problems. One way to beat stress is to adopt a positive attitude. This can be challenging but with practice every day it will become a habit.
Here are three things you can do now to limit stress in your life:
1. When you catch yourself saying what-if or imagining the worst case scenario, take control by turning those thoughts into positive ones. Instead of worrying, think of the best possible outcome.
2. Use breathing techniques to keep you centered. When you’re really stressed, take at least three deep breaths to calm yourself before you take action or start overanalyzing the situation.
3. Don’t compare what’s happening now with what happened before. It’s difficult to not compare changes, especially negative ones, with what happened in the past. Don’t wish things would go back to the way they were if you’re facing negative problems. Instead find a positive solution and consider why you’re facing difficulty.
Try those 3 techniques listed above and see if your mood doesn’t begin to lift. If you need more help dealing with stress in your life, why not sign up in the form below for a free session and let’s send that stress packing. Once you sign up, you will be added to my mailing list. Not ready for a free session? Sign up for my newsletter anyway, so you can receive updates and special offers.
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