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    Tips to reduce stress and anxiety

    Tips to reduce stress and anxiety

    We all experience stress and anxiety from time to time, though the type and intensity of each can vary from minor challenges to major crises. When it gets to be too intense, chronic, and unmanaged, it can take a toll on our health and well-being. That’s why effective stress and anxiety relievers are essential in restoring inner peace and physical health.

    Stress triggers

    Keep a daily journal that lists when your pain happens and what was happening to you when the pain started. This can help you identify daily habits that are causing you stress and in turn increasing your pain.

    Technology break

    Taking a break from your cell phone, iPad and computer screen is a great way to get your mind focused and away from the smog of the online world. Make a plan to take a break everyday. Some good ideas are to sit and read a book, go outside, or do anything that you enjoy.

    Think of accomplishments

    When you are having an attack of anxiety. It is sometimes helpful to think about the good thinks happening in your life and the things you have accomplished. This helps to shift your mind from the anxious thoughts and on to something more positive.

    Breathe it out

    Stop what you are doing and try and clear your thoughts. Focus on your breathe. A quick and easy way to clam your breathing is to take in a deep breathe through the nose, filling your lower lungs and the upper lunges. Count to three and then slowly release through the mouth.