Untitled-1

5 Ways To Stress Less In 2022

If you want to make 2022 the year when you finally learn how to stress less and have a more relaxing time no matter what happens, good or bad, check out these very effective ways to lower your stress levels and start enjoying life more!

 

Look after yourself

It might sound too basic to even be included, but if you want to stress less, you really do need to take good care of yourself. Start by eating a healthy diet and taking a little exercise, and then do any little things that make you happy whether that’s relaxing with a cup of hot tea each morning, reading a good book each night, or seeing good friends more often. You’ll be amazed at how much this simple stuff helps to keep stress at bay.

 

Meditate

Learning how to meditate is really simple thanks to the abundance of apps that will break it down for you. It is also one of the best things you can do to lower your stress levels now and forever. When you learn to focus on the present moment and avoid catastrophizing about the future, it’s easy to feel content any time you like simply by taking some time out to meditate and focus on what you are doing and only what you are doing.

 

Neurofeedback

Neurofeedback is a technique that you can use to lower your stress levels by training your brain to do what you want it to do on a physiological level. It may sound really complicated, but the process is actually very simple and it can be extremely effective too.

 

Get an early night

When you do not get enough sleep, your body releases more cortisol into your bloodstream and since this is a chemical that is strongly associated with stress, you are much more likely to feel stressed out after a poor run of sleep. Aim to get to bed early and get at least 7-9 hours each night and you should see a significant improvement in your whole life.

 

Spend less time on social media

There is no denying that social media can be a lot of fun, but it can also be the source of lots of unnecessary stress. Whether it’s reading news stories or even conspiracy theories that upset you and make you fearful or comparing yourself unfavorably to the influencers you follow, social media can do a lot of harm to your mental health, and it is so unnecessary when you can just switch off. Try having a screen-free day each week and you will soon see how much better life can be when you are not constantly glued to social media.

 

Although they may not all appeal. Trying as many of the above stress-busting techniques as you can until you find one that works for you – and they will all work for someone – will help you to get a handle on your stress and your worries to melt away, so what are you waiting for?

 

*Collaborative Post