Worrying occurs when you are having continuous and recurrent thoughts that something fearful might happen to you in your life. It gives a big description too small pictures and exaggerates it. It usually begins with a single negative thought and if we pay attention to that single thought, it would give rise to another similar thought. And eventually, those thoughts would turn into a storm of negative thoughts, leaving you confused and making you think irrationally about most of the things. We need to somehow remove stress completely from our lives and for that, we have to understand what is worrying and taking the stress.
Is worrying natural?
Yes, worrying is natural. Because random thoughts (either good or bad) come to our mind daily and sometimes we do pay little attention to a few of them and then think about something else. That is how it is a natural process.
If we pay close attention to any of the negative thoughts and become obsessed over it, then yeah they may grow stronger and stronger and we might feel a train of such thoughts running in our mind, making our lives so much miserable and depressed.
Once you get obsessed with your negative thoughts, you won’t be able to get rid of them because of their uncontrollable nature.
What would happen if we concentrate on our negative thoughts?
Thinking “Do I have hidden depression?” Well, let’s discuss some of the signs of depression. There comes a point in life when you are actually done with your job, relationship, friendship or the current situations in your life, that it feels like everything is just going to explode in life.
This point comes like “I can’t take any of it anymore” or sometimes only a single word “nope” and you feel like you are going to burn out sooner or later.
You feel so flooded and let’s just not talk about that heaviness which pounds so hard in your chest. It makes you feel like you are sinking but that would have been better and you just don’t sink. You are not alone in this…all of us, come to this point in our life now or then.
But this doesn’t happen all at once. This is a gradual process; you just start getting the signs a little earlier before this hurricane comes in, embracing you with both arms.
Our mind and body do give off us signs and warning to change something in our life but we just decide to ignore those signs and carry on with our monotonous life.
Do I have hidden depression?
Here are the signs which tell you or let’s say, yell at you that you are under high stress and something needs to be changed.
And you need to change it before it turns into this hurricane which seems impossible to handle.
1- Even when you Push; You are Tired:
You get tired quite fast and easily.
Don’t you just remember those days when you could stay up till 3 am working on a project and were super fresh the next morning to get it presented in the best way possible?
Or how you use to party hard even after a 12-hour shift you just had? Did you get that tired first as well? Don’t you see this as a big sign?
Oh well, you are too busy trying to ignore it.
It’s not like your body must not get tired after a 12-hour shift; it does and you can’t always the party after that. But it isn’t right that you get tired after working for merely 2-5 hours as well.
According to science, your body starts tiring a lot if you are under constant stress. People who sleep simply anywhere have no idea that they are under high-stress.
It is better to take a break, go on some vacations and reboot your life.
2- Overreacting is at its Peak:
“Were you sleeping when I told you to bring my fries along?”
“Where is my room key???
“Aren’t you guys ever going to let me be in peace and stop TOUCHING my things?”
All this could have been different if you only would have said “never mind” when someone forgot your fries and smiled at them.
And simply laughed it off about the keys never being in the right spot.
So why are you overreacting to such pity issues now?
Do people around you, tell you that you are overreacting a lot lately; they are actually telling you that you are highly stressed.
Even when they don’t know about it yet, there are pinpointing this sign out for you.
“I and I are too deeply in conversation a lot.”
People, who are under high stress, talk to themselves a lot. But they usually have negative to talk about only. Self-talk does not help them a lot.
If you talk to yourself a lot; this sign is hard to identify.
But if you rarely talk to yourself; you are going to pick on this really fast. But the key is not to see if you are self-talking or not; -it is about what you are talking about to yourself.
You are highly under stress if all you have to say is negativity.
Try turning your course of self-talks to positive things so that you can start radiating positivism around you and kill the stress vibes.
Are you experiencing any of these signs? Or are you into all 3 of these? Do you think that you are done with your job as you can’t work for 3 hours straight even?
Or do you think that everything in your life is messing up? Are you overreacting to the peak of over-reaction? Is everyone around you telling you that you are acting weirdly hyper lately?
Well, stress isn’t that hard to identify but pushing it to the limit, where it can eat you up and make you feel like you are drowning; is not smartness.
Why I Feel Depressed? Killing stress is hard:
Don’t permit it to take the better of you. You can always kill stress from its roots. If you are facing a lot of stress in your life. You simply need to write all those problems on a piece of paper and then find the solution to it. Instead of thinking about them and crowding your mind with the mixture of all those problems you will be only thinking about one problem and it’s solution.
Pause your life for a while and settle down whatever is stressing you rather than trying to walk along with it. There are always ways to look up to. Are there people putting stress in your lives.
Is there a relationship problem?
And if you have already and that is stressing you then maybe you need to make things right and move on the easy and logical way.
Point is there is always a solution. You just need to find it! See how I cured my depression.
Cherish the good things and good things will come your way. Stay happy!
Whenever they come to our mind, and if they are given attention, they would stay there for a longer period than usual. When negative thoughts reside in our mind for a longer period, the fear produced by worrying directly affects our mental as well as physical health. It sometimes has a disastrous effect on our behavior and personality as well.
And sometimes worrying too much alters our perceptions about people and things around us as well. The question that comes into consideration is that how do these thoughts develop? A very simple answer to this most asked question by people who feel miserable by worrying too much is that the negative thoughts develop just because we allow them to. We are responsible for their entrance into our minds. Thoughts come to make their home in our mind just only if we allow them to. Just because we give them the permission to enter our mind and settle there.
Psychiatrists and psychologists all around the world claim that:
Whenever negative thoughts come, do not serve them tea and do not even give them even the tiniest of attention. Try to think positively and change course of your thoughts.
So in simple words, if you permit the thoughts to come and settle in your mind, they would give you no good other than supreme harm and damage and would affect almost every aspect of your life and would definitely affect your peace of mind and body.
What happens next?
After when we become obsessed with our negative thoughts, they turn into negative mental images, negative perceptions, and negative emotions and thereby drag you into the world of negativity. If you want to get rid of the nagging thoughts whenever they pop up in your head and want your inner peace back.
80-85% of the things we worry about never actually happen
According to the psychological research on stress and worry, mental health professionals claim that the thought of a threatening situation causes more stress to mind that the situation itself. Therefore they suggest that for a person to remain healthy, one must let go of all the worries instead of stressing and obsessing over them. We worry because we think that the things which are fearful might happen to us. Next time whenever you are done with worrying, realize that how many bad things actually happened to you about which you were worrying? We do not face those fearful situations with the same intensity as we think. Therefore, instead of worrying about it, stay calm.
Start reading from today
Psychiatrists suggest that books could be our good friend’s in a bad time. Read an inspiring book and underline the best quotes that you find in the book and then try to find its meaning and apply them in your life. You would feel better.
Do not think what people think of you (they don’t)
Don’t give a fudge on “whatever people say”! Never waste your precious time worrying about what people may be thinking about you. You cannot make everyone happy and it is not even your responsibility to please others. You may also like reading this, this and this. (Just click on them)
You can even train for a marathon. Whenever you feel a storm of thoughts racing through your mind, take a step back and relax. Go to the gym, or simply walk or jog for a while. If you don’t have time for that then meditate or do some yoga.
Exercise releases negative thoughts and helps stabilize the serotonin levels which basically SSRIs do. And we feel happy. SSRI are anti-depressants by the way in case you are wondering and the best of all kinds too, because they have the minimum side affects. They control serotonin levels directly and exercise does the same.
Do not procrastinate
When we keep piling up work in our lives, we become stuck! We become this “Avoider” who always have some sort of excuse to pile on some more. And the thing is we start waiting for a perfect moment to “un-pile” all that burden, but that moment never comes and the only thing that happens in life is that we start worrying. We get worked up way too easily and become this tensed person because we are always thinking about the things left for the very last moment. Unfinished work creates tension. Always get your work done in time.
Socialize as much as you can Physically
When you share you get way a lot less tense. This happens because “problem” or whatever we are worried about is like, a burden on our hearts, and when that is removed we get this good feeling. I have studied a lot about “sharing” and of course there is more to it if we think logically. I have found that positive things are shared more often than the negative thoughts. There are few emotions (negative) which act as a catalyst to sharing (if that made sense). If I were to write a single logical sentence, I will give you this: By socializing and hanging out with friends, having deep conversations with the right people could save your time from worrying.
Stay in the present moment
I know this point is out there but it is still worth mentioning because of its significance. This is one of the most important tips for people who want to get rid of their negative thoughts.The advice which I would like to give here is that: Never obsess over what the future holds for you and never feel curious about it either. Because the future is all set out there for you on the basis of how you treat your present.
Try out diaphragmatic breathing
Did you know that by breathing slowly and deeply could activate our vagus nerve? Vagus nerve is the longest of the twelve cranial nerves also known as cranial nerve X. This nerve is responsible for keeping the heart rate constant and counters the stress response. Try out this belly breathing with closed eyes while sitting in a relaxed state and you will enter the state of relaxation within 10 minutes. You may find more about it here in the breathing section.
The SLL meditation technique
Psychologists around the world suggest the worried patients, to attempt the “stop-look-listen technique” to break the chain of negative thoughts and grip of anxiety. In this technique, the first step is that the psychologists ask the patients to stop worrying. The patients are supposed to mentally say “STOP” in their minds. The next step is to “LOOK” around their external world as to come out from their inner feelings of discomfort. And finally, the patients are expected to “LISTEN” to phrases such as ‘this too shall pass’, ‘everything will be fine’ or ‘all is well’. This technique has been effective with many patients around the world.
The wonders of citrus-scented oils
The scent of a citrus fruit could bring miracles to your life. It could reduce the feelings of discomfort and anxiety. Nutritionists suggest that even by sniffing orange oil, half of your worries about the stressful life event would release. Look. Even a quick smell could make a huge difference. A statement was recorded by one of the coordinators at the Mayo Clinic that “the scent of one fresh fruit could do amazing things”.
Participate in other activities
Engage yourself in the activities that you often don’t like or the ones you don’t perform in your daily life. Distracting yourself with another activity could be helpful in getting the things you worry about ‘out of your head’. The change of focus on something else sometimes could be most effective for your mind.
Stop spending too much time on social media
The time that you spend on the internet like refreshing your Facebook newsfeed or replying to anonymous tweets won’t do any favors for your mental health. A recent research on online addiction has revealed that the people who spend plenty of their time on social media become addicted to it that being away from it makes them worried and uncomfortable. It has been strictly advised by the mental health professionals to kick this online addiction and establish some control over the technology.
Stop worrying about the things you know you can’t change
Like you ate an extra cookie in the evening and now you’re worried about your waistline. Or you know you will not be going out with friends at night and you still worry whether it will rain outside. Here the common denominator in all such situations is that you worry about the things you can’t change – so stop worrying to prevent your life from additional stress. It’s the time you learn to stop worrying.
Make one phone call to your closest friend
People under stress do not feel like talking to anyone most of the times, but sometimes sharing your stress and thoughts with your closest friend could help you to determine whether your worry is worth worrying about or is completely irrational. Close friends could give us the most sincere of advice more than anyone else and they do unload some of the weight we carry in our mind. Maybe they could help us in accepting the truth that there is no point in worrying.
Thoughts are like monsters that occupy our mind. It is easier to control thoughts in the beginning but hard to handle when they grow stronger. Therefore, it is advisable to control them using the above-mentioned tips as soon as you encounter them.
So how to live a worry free life? When someone asks you, how you are or how you are doing, there isn’t much to say rather than I am fine, I am doing well and so on. But once those words escape your mouth, don’t you think for once that why can’t you replace I am fine with I am great or I am doing well with everything is going wonderfully? And then there are a set of people who are always so peppy within themselves that it looks like some remarkable, background music is playing in their life. They seem happy, content and much satisfied with their life. They don’t seem to be stressed much. And then you envy them a little but don’t ask yourself that how do they manage to do it? How do they manage to stay stress-free most of the time? Everyone wants a stress free life, don’t we? We all want to dance all the worries away, yell the problems to rush off and so on. But only a few of us get there! We aren’t able to gather a lot of motivation to practice a stress-free life, right? For that, you can read my article on how to reboot your motivation.
Remove the Stressors
But what if the stressors are your friends? The ones you have to meet daily? It gets really hard to get rid of them. But here is the tip; if you can’t remove them from your life; disarm them! The key here is to keep company with people who uplift you in all positive manners and the existence of those who try to bring the best out from you. If there is anyone who becomes a cause of stress for you, distance yourself from them. Sometimes it can be really hard but then you need to think how you want your life to be. Are you OKAY with them playing around with your feelings and dirtying your life?
So if you can’t get rid of them completely, you need to disarm them. Whatever they do to hurt you or whatever toxins they produce in your life; make sure you don’t take it to your heart. The more responsibility you give them, the more they will try to stress you out.
Do All with Positivism
So what does this mean? This simply means that you need to think, act, speak and radiate positively in your life. Thinking positively is certainly the very first step and it is quite tough also. But once you start kicking out negative thoughts or blocking them, all you will have in your mind will be positive thoughts. Secondly, speak and act positively. A lot of people will come in your way to this. They will say or do something which totally enrages you but you are going to hold on to that and try being positive for yourself only. And once you do all this, you are going to shine and radiate positively. You will have your own sunshine and you won’t give anyone permission to take it away from you. Likewise, you are going to try to spread it, among people around you.
As House always says “everybody lies”, he is right! We all lie and when we do, we get this burden of “what if they can spot that lie” and we stay under constant stress. People who are in a habit of lying all the time stay under constant stress.
So what is the cure? Don’t lie, stay honest. Honesty is the key to all good that you want to happen in your life. Honesty is known as a great stress reliever. Now I am not saying to always stay honest. That can get you in trouble, I mean there are some situations when you’re totally supposed to lie. Just don’t make lying a habit you know. If you don’t want any burden on your shoulders or heart, try being honest to others and to yourself (above all). Acceptance is the very first stage of honesty and it is going to take you to wonderful places.
Stop regretting. What’s done is done! Stop being ungrateful. There are always things to look up to!
If you try to stop for a while and look around you and within your life…you will see a lot of things that you can be grateful for! This is where we turn our lives upside down; we lack the feeling of gratefulness. We take that comfortable bed, car and a filled wallet for granted.
All we want is more. Taking some time out of your day, to thank God for all you have and to appreciate whatever you possess, will make you feel less stressed. This is a way you will be looking on to the brighter side of your life, rather than the sadder one.
And that is what erases the feeling of anxiety or depression best. Wishing for a stress-free life and gaining it gets a bit tougher. Everyone desires it but only a few get there. However, it is only about how you think, which brings in the changes in you and makes you a better person and helps you in bringing radiation in your life. Remember that ignorance is a bliss! Just stay grateful and positive. Remind yourselves of all the good.
Hobbies that help remove your stress & anxiety
Today I will list some of the awesome hobbies for people with anxiety. When it comes to anxiety, one should take a little time out of the busy life to cure it. The hectic life that we all lead in the 21st century has snatched away the imagination of our life as we simply have no time to imagine anything for ourselves.
We are just too busy all the time that we cannot stay away from anxiety.
We have so much to be busy with; schools, jobs, families and much more.
But just sometimes, we need to take it all down for a while and relax totally.
The pressure and anxiety must flow out of our mind and body every day. Sleeping with those anxieties can just make life a lot more miserable.
That is exactly why you need to take out some time every day to make your day more bright and positive.
You need to assign some time from your day to do something that makes you release your stress and feel a bit lighter. This is where your need for a hobby pops up.
A hobby makes you stay away from anxiety and feel stress-free. But do all kinds of hobbies make you release stress?
Well, apparently no! If you have a hobby of texting people or wasting time on social media every time you are free; you are not releasing stress…you are taking more of it.
Some old-school hobbies for people with anxiety:
This simply works for me.
You can go through the web and search for all the best hobbies ever and that list won’t go on without mentioning reading and writing.
So apparently, I just need to thank myself for having just the perfect hobby for myself.
Writing makes you enter into a completely different world.
It somehow manages to bring your imagination back to you and it also helps in bringing the world back to you that only shape and make.
It makes you exit your own stress filled life and enjoy whatever you imagine. Writing is one of the best and oldest hobbies to opt for.
Whenever my mother was indulged in gardening, I never found it wonderful, to be honest.
For me, the writing was the best ever thing to do when I was free or you know, just read a great book?
But then, one day I saw my mom totally indulged in gardening and she hardly remembered that it was tea time.
So I decided to make her a cup of tea and she was quite shocked by how fast the time passed by.
That is when I realized that yes; people do say it right; gardening is a great hobby to opt for.
It makes you go away from the worries of the world and you are all dedicated to those tiny plants and leaves.
Gardening relaxes the mind of one being and that is what flowers are well-known for.
So if you aren’t much of a writing person; maybe you can try your hands on gardening.
Listening to Music:
Oh, how soothing it is when I play “Air on the G String –Johann Sebastian Bach” on my Electric Guitar.
It relaxes me so much.
It’s in D major scale and it just releases ones all tension away.
Just put your pedal on some nice distortion and some cool delay and play anything. If you are a guitarist, you would exactly know what I am talking about here.
Isn’t it simply awesome? And see how calming it is. I think when it comes to stress, the best remedy is music.
Music is very powerful. It can manipulate our emotions.
Can make us sad and at the same time happy too.
Can make you remember your deepest of memories and of course makes you forget all the worries of this world and takes you far away into your fantasy world.
Do It Yourself:
Yes, I am talking about the DIY’s here. They seriously drag you out of your stressed world and expose you to something new and creative. DIY is all about staring down at a video and creating something new.
It might be creating something old in a different manner.
For example, you can look up for DIY for lamps and you are probably going to find endless variety for it.
You can create one single thing in so many different ways that it becomes a lot more exciting.
A lot of people love DIY’s and it makes a great hobby.
It is not important that you need a lot of supplies; it is all about getting simple materials and creating something out of them.
You certainly need to buy the supplies if you are dedicated to your hobby. It all depends on the time you are willing to dedicate to it and how much you adore doing it.
If you want to beat stress, then take out some time from each day for DIYs.
You can also start making something and make it gradually in 2-3 days or maybe a week.
This way you won’t have to put in a lot of time and you won’t always be creating something (which makes it hard to adjust everything in your room).
And sometimes, you can simply watch the DIY’s and have a great time.
And Last but definitely not least.
For me, exercising means lifting weights, but It can be anything for you.
It can be a mere walk at the very least.
But tell you what after coming out of the gym, I get this feeling like I am high, seriously. I mean all those tensions of work…home…assignments…blog…job…GONE!
I mean all of the anger, negative energy, hatred or whatever names you wanna give to these toxins turn into what one may call a positive energy and that energy is all utilized into my exercising and lifting heavy weights.
Is exercising I think one of the best Old School Hobby to beat stress?
Beating stress in the 21st century is like playing with fire; next to impossible, right?
Who has time to ditch the daily routine and do something out of the way? But just sometimes…you need to notch everything down and bring some peace to your mind and body.
So opt for some hobbies which make you feel relaxed and you forget about all that is happening around you!
There exist some of the best mind-calming hobbies for people with anxiety and stress. Stress is something that is surely going to come your way sometime in your life. Even if you push it away with all your force or you close the door and put 8 chairs in front of it; it is going to come in, tearing apart that door. At one point in your life; it does come in, without knocking on your door. But where science tells us that stress is the villain, a little of it, is like a hero. Or let’s say, something lesser than a hero. Science says, a little stress is good but having too much of it is not. From scientists to psychologists, everyone says one statement to make you feel like; beating stress is nothing more than punching your boxing bag. “DO WHAT YOU LOVE.” And yes, if you punch your boxing bag really hard for like 5 minutes, you are going to feel much better. But your fingers might hurt later. But can I just say that punching down stress is not all about that poor boxing bag that is hanging in your room? It might feel like one of the unluckiest bags ever to have landed in the room of a person who is filled with stress. So how can you beat stress, without beating your pillow, or that boxing bag of yours?
So the misconception of photography being really expensive is spreading like girls spread gossip. Seriously! Everyone talks about how expensive the art of photography is. This is because of all we think that photography is related to those “high-end quality” cameras and those “off the edge” lenses. But we aren’t talking about a profession here, are we? We are talking about a hobby! And to be honest, you can do that with your smartphone as well. And why do you even invest endless dollars in a smartphone when you can easily get a 200 $ one, which almost takes as good of a picture as any other. They are all somewhat the same these days. There isn’t much difference. Also if you know how to root your phone (which is very easy by the way and all those “your phone will die, don’t do it” and sh*t are all just myths and rumors, trust me). Rooting your phone is simply awesome. It makes your phone just great, removes all the bloatware (unneeded Also if you know how to root your phone, then life gets easier. Rooting your phone is simply awesome. It makes your phone great, removes all the bloatware (unneeded software’s) and makes your phone faster, Internal storage can become your SD card storage and the list of the pros go on and on. The point is; be it your best friend’s wedding or your new room setting; anything can complete your hobby of photography. So stop whining about that High Tech DSLR or that 40 MP camera smartphone, you don’t own. Use your phone to capture things you love.
If you are a great sketcher than this one is surely for you, but then I guess then you already know that how calming it is to just focus on that piece of paper and escape all the stressful thoughts. I mean one can simply grab a pencil and start drawing and can summon their good old memories or anything good that happened in their past life.
But those of you who are not into sketching, just know that a lot of experts say that sketching beats down stress temporarily but it’s too affordable so why not? You can learn it too if you totally suck at it, you don’t have to be professional. Just watch a video or two in your free time and you are good to go.
It also keeps your mind focused and stress automatically runs away.
Who doesn’t love food? And ladies if your husband doesn’t know how to cook; he sure loves to eat, right? But a lot of men now cook gladly! However, no matter which gender you are, if you know how to cook and you love to cook, then you can beat stress at a 100% rate. Cooking is a hobby that makes you forget everything around you or everything that stresses you. All you remember is that aroma in your kitchen and all you can wait for is the dish to get ready!
Writing is the best ever hobby! Anyone yells out at you or your heart breaks down or someone pulls you down; you can actually write anything out of the rush of emotions you feel. This is why journals were created in the first place but well, thanks to tech, we now have an online journal and an already installed notebook or diary option on our smartphones. 5. Meditation: Writing kills stress immensely. You take out all of your rages on a piece of paper and you save your tiny heart and mind from losing its peace. It is better to take it out on an apiece of paper rather than humans.
Meditation has been proven to beat down stress. It also helps in controlling your anger and get more power over your emotions. Majority of people refer to yoga in the name of meditation and will go bonkers to excel in it. Some people might tell you that take proper classes for months if you want to meditate properly. But that is not true. It’s easy and simple and you would probably need a week or two to fully understand how it works. Just sit comfortably on a chair or even a sofa. It’s not about sitting with your legs crossed or in some other awkward position, it’s about bringing your mind at peace. All you have to do is nothing. Just sit there observing your surroundings and try to think of nothing. This is why it is preferred if you go into a park or somewhere out of your room if you want to meditate. Change of surroundings brings in peace.
Clear up your mind and that’s it. It will seem somewhat hard to do at first but you will get used to it quickly.
Stress likes to eat up your mind and yes you can consider it as a zombie. It is attracted towards your mind, which yearns for happiness and joy. However, it is always good to keep it away. But obviously, you cannot tell stress to stay away from you. You need to keep it away on your own or simply deal with it when it comes your way. There are a lot of people out there who are going to tell you things like stay towards the happier side, or look towards the brighter side and grab positivism. But the truth is, that stress is a part of life. So at that particular time, you don’t get an option of grabbing the brighter side. It gets totally impossible. So you can simply do these things and pass your time out. And hope that when you are done, you feel light and relieved. Or at least the hours you invest in it, go by nice and you stop popping those anti-anxiety medications every now and then.
Amazing & Surprising Things That Happen Once You Start To Keep Calm
There are a lot of benefits of being relaxed and keeping Calm. We all know the Keep Calm And Carry On and many other statements which got quite trendy sometimes earlier. There was a buzz about them all around. We had so much of the Keep Calm statements buzzing around, didn’t we?
But do we ever think that it is not just about being cool? There is much more to the Keep Calm statement.
I bet you haven’t thought about it, right? Neither did me. I didn’t even find the Keep Calm trend so cool but it actually attracted me after these surprising facts.
Keeping calm can bring in so much to your life and health.
No, I am not talking about the statement here…being calm literally, can attract a lot of good to you.
If you are too stressed all the time, you might be gaining weight like hell. But you never would have thought that keeping calm can reduce it, right?
Never did I think of that even! So are you excited to know what amazing things can happen to you once you start to keep calm in real? No?
Well, I am here to tell you about those incredible things anyway.
For all those people who might be thinking about how can one start being calm in real life; I will write down about that as well. It is not about meditation only. Small tips and changes in your life can actually help you in it as well.
For now, here is a motivational kick to start being calmer in life.
So How To Keep Calm And Carry On:
Are you following a perfect diet plan? But still the weight doesn’t seem to be getting off, right?
Well, you might need to calm down about it or every other thing that is keeping you stressed. Stress hormones contribute to weight gain.
Try leaving that stress which your boss gifted you right before you head out of office, right there. Don’t bring it in the home. Dump those worries and see how you will start becoming slimmer. Your diet plan will surprisingly start working better.
You just need to Keep Calm and Lose Weight.
2-The Cravings Stop:
All the stressed and depressed people will know what I mean here. Ice-cream is the best food which kills stress and you crave it a lot as well when you are stressed out, right?
This is actually natural. You look for comforting foods which can kill that anxiety of yours.
A big packet of chips looks like the best thing to hug at that time. But when you are calmer, your cravings stop. Your comfort level is perfect so you don’t look for food to comfort you, thus, your carvings ends.
3-Peaceful Night Sleep:
When your mind and body are at peace, you will obviously sleep better also.
People who are haunted by sleepless nights and tend to sleep throughout the day are actually stressed heavily. Insomnia is usually diagnosed in people who feel anxiety.
If you start changing your mindset to a calmer one, you will automatically welcome a peaceful night sleep.
4-No More Muscle Spasms:
Your body needs magnesium to keep you relaxed and especially your muscles as they get spasms when you are stressed. If you get anxiety pangs now and then, your magnesium level will lower down to a dangerous extent.
This will cause muscle spasms.
When you start keeping calm, you will feel that your muscle spasms will decrease. Try it and you feel a visible and positive result.
5-Much More Happier:
To be a calmer person, you need to make some changes or adjustments in your life. Once you do that, you will eventually be a happier person.
It might sound corny but happy people get happy people in their life.
And once you have happier people around you; you will be even calmer.
This environment will help you to stay stress-free.
Once you are a happier person, people around you will also be positive and you will experience wonderful changes. So just Keep Calm and be Happy.
6-No More Headaches:
Headaches come with stress as it brings in a lot of stress to your body which results in this. If you keep calmer, you will see how your headaches disappear.
Your brain will be stressed less and your headaches won’t come along every other day.
Keeping Calm can bring a lot of good to you. You just need to relax and bring in some positive changes in your life to promote a calm environment.
This also boosts your confidence and you radiate optimism.
So next time someone tries to stress you out, tell them to keep calm and do that yourself also.
Nothing should be more precious than your own peace of mind, right? So Keep Calm and Enjoy Life.