Have you ever found yourself with sweaty hands on the day of job interview, office meeting, or during the exams or felt your pulse pounding? If yes, it’s might be due to the stress which affects your mind and body.

When you become anxious or stressed, your system kicks into gear, flourishes your body with hormones that elevate the pulse rate, increases your blood pressure, boosts your energy levels, and prepares you to deal with problems or the hurdles and, thus, handle stress.

Stress is a mental and physical tension that we come across in everyday life.  And, coping with stress is indeed a challenge. So, if you are wondering how to cope with it, think no further. Keep reading to learn all about it.

Handling stress can be difficult at times. We cannot avoid stress. However, we can manage it well. Stress can affect individuals of all age groups, of any gender, and can impact health adversely. If you experience stress over a long period, it could be chronic until you take action.


Health Effects of Stress:

Stress is a normal reaction to daily problems, but it becomes unhealthy when it hampers your day-to-day functioning. Stress is a causative factor for many diseases affecting various body systems, thereby leading to health issues, such as cardiovascular problems, like hypertension, endocrinological disturbances, like hormonal imbalance, gut disorders, like Irritable Bowel Syndrome, psychological disorders, like Anxiety neurosis and panic disorders, and headache with a migraine. So, how well you manage stress is important not only from the physical aspect but also in respect to the mental and emotional level.


What is Homeostasis?

To work efficiently and achieve a better outcome, we must handle stress well with a calm mind.

Our body maintains a sense of equilibrium known as Homeostasis for the smooth functioning of various systems of the body in harmony. Our brain and heart are the two important systems of the body that work together in coordination with other body systems for proper functioning and communication.

Our body, sometimes, experiences imbalance when it comes to handling stress and tension. So, when we experience stress, it’s time to fight out our stress triggers, find out the root cause of all health problems, and maintain a state of healthy balance. Chronic stress disrupts the immune system and causes many health problems. When the body goes into the sense of imbalance, it hampers not only the immune system but also affects your productivity at work. Chronic stress leads to adrenal fatigue or adrenal burn-out.

Full recovery from this state of imbalance of Hypothalmic-Pituitary-Adrenal dysfunction or adrenal fatigue can take anywhere from 4 months to 2 years to get back to normalcy. The relief in common symptoms, such as irritability, fatigue, tiredness, sleeplessness, lack of focus and concentration, weak memory, and emotional irritability, can be improved by maintaining a sense of equilibrium, thus rectifying the adrenal fatigue syndrome.

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6 Easy Stress-Buster Tips to Deal with Stress:

Following some simple tips can help you manage stress effectively. So, if you are wondering which easy tips can help you combat stress, keep reading.

Here are some stress-buster tips.

  1. Identify what’s causing the stress: Track your stressors. Analyze the problem or the cause affecting you. Monitor your actions and state of mind throughout the day. Write down the definite reason or cause, which triggers your stress. Figure out a solution and work towards it. Once you know what bothers you or what triggers your stress, sort it out by developing a plan for the same to address it, and follow the plan of action.
  1. Think positive: Stay away from negative thoughts surrounding you and coming to your mind. Develop a positive thinking attitude, which will not only enhance your skills but also motivate you to stay healthy in a long run and will help you to look forward every day with a positive frame of mind.
  1. Build strong Rapport and Relationships: Reach out to family members and close friends to develop solutions to your problems with their help. This helps in preventing triggering the stress-sensitive hormones and get a solution for the cause. Consult a medical professional if you need help.
  1. Calm your mind: Eat right. Have adequate sleep for 8 hours. Cut back on caffeine. Meditation activities, such as yoga and meditation, the gym may not only help relieve you of the stress but also boost your immune functioning and overall functioning of the body. Indulge in stress-relieving activities for maintaining a good health system.
  1. Exercise when you are angry: Exercise boosts your endorphins a natural immune-booster. Exercises produce a feel-good hormone, which not only relieves you of the stress but also acts as a stress-buster for the proper functioning of your system.
  1. Prioritize self-care: A good healthy & balanced diet, regular exercise, good night sleep, and healthy competition at work keep you motivated to look forward every day to get in the groove. Such self-care helps you think and be alert with your productivity.

Not everyone requires treatment for stress. Most people learn to handle stress effectively. Tracking your stressors & identifying the causes of your stress will help you develop healthy responses to combat the stress. Avoid fighting the stress by smoking or resorting to alcohol. Make a healthy choice when you feel the tension is high. Exercise and yoga are great stress-busters. Take time to recharge yourself, and, above all, learning how to relax is the key to a healthy lifestyle and beating the stress.

A small step can help you in maintaining and controlling your stress levels. Bring that change in you, and appreciate a good healthy lifestyle in the future.

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