Stress is a silent killer. It eats away at you and makes you feel like your life is full of unfix-able, pressing problems. 99 percent of all illnesses are related to stress. Stress is also related to high blood pressure, hair loss, depression, memory loss, heart attack, stroke, weight gain, heart disease, cancer and many other conditions. When you become stressed, your body reacts in different ways. Your nervous system releases hormones which increase your heart rate, raise your blood pressure, and increase the sugar levels in your bloodstream. Stress can cause you to eat more or less food than you usually eat; this may result in heartburn, acid reflux, nausea, stomachache, or diarrhea. In men high levels of stress can impair sperm production and cause impotence. In women stress can decrease sexual desire or cause irregular menstrual cycles.
To reduce stress levels, try these tips!
Stop procrastinating! – Most often procrastination is the epicenter of the cause for stress. How many times have you realized the day of a big project, meeting, test (or other activity requiring preparation) that you are completely unprepared and spend the minutes leading up to the activity cramming and freaking out. Breaking procrastination is extremely difficult but can be done. Set an alarm each night and put aside 20 minutes (or any amount of time) to work on a task instead of having to complete it in one go. Do not look at your task as one huge assignment, rather break it into small portions to be easier dealt with.
Music therapy – Listening to soft music can be therapeutic and help relieve stress. Listening to “black music” can increase your stress levels rather than help them. Black music includes metal, rap, hard rock, etc. Blues, jazz, pop, country, and classical music are more positive choices of music to relax to.
Write a to-do list – Writing a to-do list will help you to see that you do not actually have as much on your plate as it seems. It may also help that you can plan and organize when you have free time and how you can arrange every task into your schedule. Seeing things in writing generally helps organize the mumbo-jumbo in your head into understandable terms.
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