Stress. We all seem to have stress no matter what we do. We need to learn stress management!
People who are on the go doing the normal on the job routine, or staying home and taking care of a family, have stress. What we need to know is how to handle the everyday "STRESS SYNDROME"
Two much stress has a negative effect on nervous system. The sources can be physical, or emotional.
Psychological stress factor. Because stress can cause many symptoms, a Doctor may order medical tests, even if he suspects that stress is the real problem. The following is a partial list of common manifestations of stress.
Now that I have taken you through all the nice little things that can happen. Lets talk about what you can do to keep yourself living the good life.
Stress Management Tip 1: Visualization
Take a few minutes each day preferably at the same time. Turn on your favorite music, Sit, or lie down Place your hands with the palms up in a comfortable position. Now, close your eyes. Let yourself think of something you really like. Mine is a Blue Rose that has just opened and I can smell the beautiful fragrance. What's yours?
In doing this you are taking the time your body needs to relax. Music increases the endorphin levels (brain chemicals that lift your moods.
Then when things do get out of hand try to think of the peace you saw when you had your time alone. Just that second of thought could give your body the charge it needs to cope.
Stress Management Tip 2: Massage
Pamper yourself take the time to get a relaxing Massage. This will help relieve all the tension that can build up. The type of massage I highly recommended is Acupressure, and Reikie.
You will experience a whole different type of massage. They work on the meridians in your body. Through a state of energetic balance a balance which pervades the whole of our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual states of being.
We can learn to maintain the balanced state that we experience through the acupressure treatment. You are healing your body through therapeutic healing touch. Some people are aware of Hand & Feet, Reflexology:
You could call this body refexology. But the correct name is Shiatsu Acupressure originated in Japan.
Stress Management Tip 3: Exercise:
Following an exercise program at least 3 or 4 days a week will help in the release of stress. Exercise helps the endorphin levels. There are many types of exercise. Choose one that you would not likely give up before you start. As this is something you should do for your new "Life-Style"
The deep Hara breathing is excellent for the body. There are classes you can join. Or Video films to teach you. Check at library, bookstores & video stores.
Highly recommended for stress. You balance the body & Mind. Can be done anywhere home, park office, get together with other people for a day or evening. Video films can be rented from Vida centers checked out in a library or purchased from bookstores.
Walks, Jogging, treadmill, ET. The choice is yours " do it for your health."
Changing your "Life-Style " is getting a new education to a better way of life.
STRESS FACTS & TIPS
Make a thing to do list. What is important to do first? Which is less important? Take time Spread things out so you have the time to start your new "Life-Style " If you are not worth it who is.
Make sure your list includes things you care about, visit with friends and talk share your ideas.
Correct diet, exercise, and nutrition play crucial roles in balancing the nervous system.
Start a balanced diet of fruit, vegetables, and whole grain products. The body's increased need for vitamin A, C, and for thiamin, riboflavin, and other B Vitamins. Stress also prompts the Kidneys to increase the secretion of important minerals, like calcium, zinc, and magnesium.
Suggestion the best way to know if you are getting all you need from your diet is to have muscle testing done buy a qualified Homeopathic Doctor. Or someone who knows "Touch for Health muscle testing can be done through them. Final Thought.
Let us be reminded that a change in "Life-Styles" and a change in thinking will never need to be "Tested." They are the most powerful health agents of all to assist in stress management.
by Lillian Lucas http://www.lucaslifeforms.com/news.html
This article courtesy of http://www.health-resources.co.uk.