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Coping Mechanisms to Combat Stress and Anxiety

By Madhusudhan Tammisetti

Because of today's stressful life, it's most likely you may have felt anxious and stressed at some stage of your life. Stress and anxiety may have become a part of your life, and you have to struggle with the detrimental effects stress may have caused in your life.

Stress doesn't come into your life all of a sudden. Over time, stress rises steadily, and as you choose not to do something about it, it worsens.

The implications for your emotional, physical, and general well-being of not coping with the negative factor of stress may be fatal. There is, however, some hope. There are aspects in which the detrimental effect stress may have on your life may be reduced and managed.

When you realize what the stress causes are and what methods of stress management work for you, you are well on your path to managing stress and anxiety levels in your life.

Learn to Relax

It's important you give yourself some time to relax and do fun things. This may aid in calming the mind and body and may reduce the levels of anxiety. It may also help you in getting quality sleep.

It's possible to feel depressed and anxious without having the time to unwind. Relaxing may help. It doesn't even matter what you do. Learn to choose and look forward to doing something you enjoy.

Relaxation may mean doing things that you love or just being by yourself. Reading a book or taking a bath may be good examples.

Exercise is especially effective in helping you to relax. Research has found that you are much more efficient at controlling stress levels if you are consistently active.

If you feel lightheaded or dizzy when you're nervous or anxious, knowing how to regulate your breathing may help you deal with it. This may happen when you're distressed and breathe faster, and it gradually becomes heavier.

Learning controlled breathing techniques may help you handle these situations. It may even help your mind and body to calm down.

Connect With Others

Connecting with others may prove to be a solid foundation to manage your stress levels successfully.

When you fret over what you're not doing or what you're bad at, the fear and anxiety levels rise. Your stress and anxiety levels are more manageable if you think that it's OK not to be great in everything you do.

It may help you confront your fears and cope with your issues by expressing your worries and concerns with people you're related to. While you may feel embarrassed or unable to speak with someone about your emotions, sharing with friends or family may help deal with the problem. And it may make you feel comfortable by letting someone listen to you.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Highlands Ranch, Colo.

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