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Techniques To Reduce Stress

by Natasha Singh blogger
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Hello everyone! We as a whole face stressful circumstances throughout our lives, going from minor irritations like traffic jams to extreme reasons for stresses, for example, a friend or family member's grave disease. Regardless of what the reason, stress floods your body with hormones. Your heart pounds, your breathing rate speeds up, and your muscles tense. So, today I am going to discuss the techniques to reduce stress. 
- Deep breathing is perhaps the most ideal approaches to bring down stress in the body. This is because when you breathe deeply, it makes an impression on your brain to relax and calm down. The mind at that point sends this message to your body. The things that happen when you are in stress, for example, heart rate increase, quick breathing, and raise in blood pressure, all of them decrease as you breathe deeply and you feel relaxed. 
- Progressive muscle relaxation is a mind-body system that includes gradually straining and afterward relaxing each muscle bunch in the body. Progressive muscle relaxation is said to expand your attention to the sensations related to tension.
- Meditation includes sitting with comfort, concentrating on your breathing, and carrying your mind's attention to the present minute without diverting into worries about the past or what's to come. Spending even two or three minutes in meditation can restore your calm and relaxation. Anyone can practice meditation anywhere. 
Prayers - For this procedure, you quietly rehash a short prayer or a 'mantra' from a prayer while rehearsing deep breathing. This strategy might be particularly engaging if religion is important to you.

There are other ways to manage stress you can read in detail and follow in day to day life. These are the following ways:
- use stress relievers
-avoid the situation
-change the situation
-adjust to the situation
-accept the situation
 

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