Stress - IN ENGLISH
Stress in English
Voice AgeYoung Adult (18-35)
AccentsBritish (England - Cockney, Estuary, East End) British (General)
Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
tests traffic Twitter. Also, it's also overwhelming and stressful. But who has time to relieve stress when it's constantly building and building? Well, we hope you do, because studies have shown that too much stress leads to headaches, higher blood pressure and upset stomach memory loss, disrupted sleep and increased risk for heart attacks. Stress Does a number on your mind embody draining your immune system and messing with your ability to concentrate? Having tense sore muscles show a breath. Increased heart rate. These are all signs that you might be too stressed out. Hey, we all know that you can't take fewer classes. You can't quit the track team or resign from students. Government. We get it. But here are a few tips that will help you feel calmer inside. When you're outside, life gets too hectic. One. Stay him and recuperate. When stressed. You might feel the need to tackle everything on your to do list at once, but that sets you up for burnout and failure. Instead, find a simple, routine task to complete at home, like doing the dishes or vacuuming. Studies show that completing a repetitive task allows your brain to pare down and focus the perfect here for your worried scatter in mind after you finish cleaning your house, clean yourself. Yes, we rode that clean yourself because a warm bath or hot shower will boost your mood. Studies have shown that the sensation off warm water triggers responses in the body and brain similar to those triggered by emotional warmth. So think of your next shower like soothing liquid hot. Who? Oh, yeah, If you find stress keeping you up all night, try progressive muscle relaxation just before bad. That is a fancy way to describe clenching up every Massell in your body for a few seconds and then letting go lie on your back and start with your forehead continuing through your tell me down through your tights. And finally you do twos or or pity as needed until every muscle is completely relaxed. Then, oh, sleep like a baby to get out for good vibes. Mmm donor dog. You pedal your way through stress. The spiritually man tres used in yoga and meditation, help focus the mind and stray off feelings off anxiety. You ge Not for you, that's OK. Go outside. Our good doze off natural light and a little jug exercise lessons, anxiety and helps maintain feelings off calm even in the face ofthe distressing events. Hey, leave the headphones behind all the distracting chatter from those tax and e mails and tweets can wait and and hey, instead of texting, emailing or treating your best friend, why don't you guys just meet up and getting a good love? Because laughter injects a sugar off endorphins into the body, which creates feelings of happiness and a four area, which is why you like them so much. Three. Here's the best one. Treat yourself to something yummy chocolate. All right, look what our not given condoning emotional eating because that's a whole other thing. But there are treats that you can keep handy that will improve your mood like dark chocolate. Certain chemicals in chocolate help relax the blood vessels, which reduces blood pressure, huh? You can also appeal to your sense of smell for relaxation. The aromas of spearmint and lavender have proven distressing effects, so go buy 11 Durst Santa Candle or pick up some spearmint tea, take a moment to yourself and breathe the goodness. There you have it. Well, Custer's old quick tips for stress relief you're going to have to anticipate that life will be filled with ups and downs. So when the challenges do come, you can take comfort now and knowing that there is a warm shower just on the other side of your bathroom or delicious piece off chocolate stashed in your Pak Su yummy, be sure to incorporate as relief strategies into your daily routine made them as essential as breathing in through your news and out through your mouth. Ah, well, that's all for me today. I hope you enjoy. Thank you.