Stress!! It seems to be the word on many people’s lips these days.
For some, it is an indication that they are busy and ‘productive’, Then when they get back home (where they’re meant to find solace from a hectic work day) stress seems to have followed them all the way back home.
Some people talk so much about being stressed, that simply hearing themselves causes them to be more stressed and they don’t know what to do in that moment to end it.
Stress is an unavoidable part of life, there are times when a bit of stress is required for doing things. However, as humans in this age, we usually overdo stress.
The good thing is that we can monitor our stress levels and implement ways to reduce the stress in life.
So how does stress operate? Let’s see: When you find yourself under pressure, worried, or distraught, stress begins to form and typically moves you from a bad to worse situation. Stress can lead to many harmful symptoms including irritability, aggravation, physical pains and aches, anxiety and a variety of unhealthy problems dealing with your body and the mind.
It is very important for our physical, mental and perhaps even spiritual well-being, that we find methods to lessen the degree of stress we experience making life easier for ourselves.
Listed below are 101 ways you can use to reduce your stress that we will give you in the next couple of months:
1 . Chamomile tea is a gentle relaxant that acts as a nerve tonic and a sleeping aid. An essential advantage of chamomile is safe, soothing stress relief. Chamomile is an excellent treatment for sleep disorders like insomnia. The active ingredient in chamomile essential oil is called bisabolol. It features a number of anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. It reduces stress by offering a complete rest to you. It can also be good for reducing nervousness created by every day over work and fatigue. Chamomile can relax your muscles and create a calming influence on nervous irritability and anxiety. It has a gentle calming effect on your central nervous system, and has often been used to ease the impact of stress.
Simply have a chamomile tea 30 minutes before going to bed to treat your stress and sleeplessness. You can brew a nice cup of chamomile tea with some honey for a boost of nutrients after a hectic day.