Tips to get rid of stress and maintaining blood pressure

Emotional symptoms: Anger, anxiety, crying, depression, feelings of helplessness, frequent mood swings, irritability, loneliness, negative thinking, nervousness, sadness.

Behavioral symptoms: bossiness, compulsive eating, critical attitude of others, explosive actions, frequent job changes, impulsive actions, increased use of alcohol or drugs, withdrawal from relationships or social situations. In addition to these symptoms, you probably know if you are suffering from stress or not. Fortunately, there is much to do to stress.

Tips for stress — Eat and drink wisely, abuse of alcohol and food may seem a way to reduce stress, but in reality only contributes to an increase in stress.

Assert yourself: You do not meet expectations or demands of others to meet. It’s OK to say NO. Remember to stand up for your rights and beliefs while respecting those of others.

Stop smoking: Not only because of the obvious health risks of cigarettes. Nicotine serves as a stimulant, and allows for more symptoms of stress in the long term.

Do regular exercise: Choose a non-competitive exercise and set a reasonable goal for yourself. In aerobic exercise has been shown to release endorphins making you feel better.
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Relax every day: Choose from a variety of different techniques of meditation to watching a movie, or even better reading a book. Because reading is always at your own pace! The television does not! Taking responsibility: Check what you can and leave behind what you cannot control

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