- RWPossumLv 712 months agoFavorite Answer
The best stress management is personal. Deal with the things that are stressing you.
A really simple but effective thing - the habit of responding to moments of stress by slowing your breath.
Psychiatrists Brown and Gerbarg, who have published 6 papers on breathing and mental health, recommend a 3-part program of mind-body methods - breathing, meditation, and slow body movement. Incorporate these into your daily life. Be aware of changes in mood and respond mindfully, aware of your breathing. Details here -
There's a variety of things you can do. Some are time consuming and some take no time.
- FrancesLv 412 months ago
Try to find three good things in every day.
Eat a balanced, nutritious diet.
Vent a little. Either find someone to talk to, or let your worries out on paper.
Get enough rest.
- 12 months ago
turn off all modern media, take a hot bath with therapeutic bath salts.
- Anonymous12 months ago
Yoga, running, walking, other exercises.
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- choko_canyonLv 712 months ago
Meditation, doing an activity that you enjoy that involves very little thinking, exercise, playing with your dog, reading a book you enjoy.