Stress and Anxiety

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Accepting you have stress is the first step to happiness. Learning to TALK, about how you feel, Figuring how to deal with these feelings, making a plan are some of the many things you can do, to help reduce stress. These pages cover the topics discussed. Please feel to comment below.

A FEW LITTLE TIPS..

  • Accepting you have this – is the first and most important things you can do. Sounds odd, but many people put this off, often thinking ‘it’s just a bad day’, or it will pass.
  • Learn to talk about it
  • Try to figure out when it happens most: ‘triggers’, once you do this, you can work out a plan, to help get you through those difficult times in the day.
    Consider ‘coping strategies’, these can be helped along by advice from a professional
  • Use all the support that you can. These includes, friends, support workers, doctors, official NHS websites. – NEVER DO THIS ALONE
  • Always have a goal for each day – you will feel better at the end of the day if you do this
  • Re-think your ‘me time’, always look after your well-being:
    ALWAYS HAVE A BREAK at work (see work stress techniques page on this website)
    TRY RELAXATON TECHNIQUES (Look at the meditation page on this website)
    USE THE OUTDOORS, FOR WALKS OR SOCIALISING
  • Plenty of sleep is needed
  • Drink plenty of fluids, it really helps if you are hydrated

what to do

Please visit the other pages on this website to help you with a range of relaxation techniques

 

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