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Most people nowadays accept stress as a normal part of their everyday existence, thinking that money worries, lack of time, family commitments, relationships and work will naturally cause and add stress to an otherwise ordinary and easily manageable life. This, however, is far from the actual reality of the situation, and the way that one is able to identify and manage stress is a major factor in whether or not it is actually a major problem or not. Okay, so stress is an acceptable occurrence in modern-day life, but that doesn’t mean that it needs to dictate the way that our lives pan out; making the conscious decision to take control of your own life is one of the main factors involved in limiting and controlling levels of stress. Consciously making a commitment to take control of your own life, by being aware of the way that you are thinking, feeling, planning and also dealing with any potential or perceived problems is a major step forward when considering ways in which to identify, manage and deal with stress.
The first step in stress management is to be honest with yourself; where does the stress in your life originate? Sometimes we blind ourselves to some of the real causes of stress in our life due to the current thinking patterns that we are entertaining and then overlook the way that we react to things, for example with worry, negativity, anger or anxiety.
When trying to effectively consider ways in which to implement new habits and thinking patterns , one must first make concerted efforts to identify the sources of their own stress and stressful situations. For example, examining reactions, habits and also excuses that sometimes come into play whenever a stressful or even potentially stressful situation arises. Do you always consider that your current stressful scenario is only short term? It could be that it has been going on for a long time already but you are refusing to address the root cause. Do you accept stress at work as ‘normal’? Or stress that comes from life at home? Is it a fact that you often blame other people or circumstances for things or situations that you perceive to be out of your control? Taking control, by acknowledging responsibility, will empower you to much more effectively identify and manage any potential stress levels in your life.There are, of course, good ways (effective) and bad ways (ineffective) of identifying and coping with stress. Being able to identify which method you are employing is a useful factor when looking at ways to make your stress-management mindset more effective. Are you using healthy or unhealthy strategies, productive or unproductive, positive or negative? It is not uncommon for people to use methods of stress control (alcohol, smoking or drugs for example) that actually increase or add to the problem.
Some of the least recommended methods of stress relief usually only provide a temporary distraction and may possibly also be quite unhealthy in most cases. For example, smoking which is somewhat bizarrely considered to be a stress reliever although it actually increases heart rate and blood pressure, thus actually adding to the already stressful situation. Drinking too much alcohol induces similar reactions, and then there is overeating (which can add to feelings of low self-esteem, thus increasing stress levels). Some people like to ‘switch off’ in front of the TV or whilst surfing the internet, while others prefer to use drugs; pills, cannabis and the like all induce temporary feelings of relaxation but the danger here is that when the user doesn’t have access to them they will feel even more stressed than they would if they had never used them in the first place. Of course, dependency and addiction also adds to further stressful situations.
There are of course many healthier alternatives when trying to reduce or manage levels of stress. It’s not difficult to know when some of the techniques that you are employing in your stress management are exhibiting adverse effects but it is most important that measures to change or replace them are implemented as soon as possible. Looking at ways to change or avoid stressful situations is important, as is acknowledging, monitoring and adapting the way that you react to certain situations. Experimenting with different ways to manage or avoid stress is a good habit to take on board and monitoring your reactions in different situations is another one.
As previously stated, not all stress can be completely avoided but it can be quite surprising sometimes, once one begins to address the issues of one’s own reactions, of how easy it is to avoid and manage some of the potentially stressful situations that were previously thought to be unmanageable.
Firstly; being in control and maintaining control over one’s own immediate environment is hugely important. Knowing your own preferences and limits will empower you in both personal and professional situations and also limit or avoid any potential stress that may result from not being in control of what is occurring around you.
Next, and very important – avoiding close proximity with people that you know cause you stress, for whatever reasons will make tremendous differences; at least trying to reduce the time spent with them if they cannot be avoided completely is a positive step.Controlling your own immediate environment rather than suffering someone else’s. Where and when you shop, what you watch on TV and when and how you drive home are all decisions that may affect this. Of course everyone also has particular topics or areas that they tend to get more irate or passionate about, thus leading to a potentially increased stress level, but this should be monitored and controlled more logically whenever possible.
Being realistic with your own schedule may also be something to take into consideration; taking a good, realistic look at what actually ‘needs’ to be done may help when prioritizing and limiting tasks and workload that aren’t actually that necessary, thus reducing stress levels and promoting a feeling of having more time.
If certain, known stressful situations just cannot be avoided, then they have to be managed or even altered. Changing communication methods is one way to do this, so that you can express yourself more easily and not hang onto any potentially negative or stressful ‘residue’ that you have encountered throughout your day. This may entail the very thing that everyone seemingly hates, and thus gets stressed about – compromise, but sometimes this is a necessary and acceptable solution.
The same could actually be said about the opposite: assertiveness, which a lot of people lack but wish they had, particularly in professional situations. There is a time and a place for assertiveness, and if it can be utilized and implemented when necessary it can go a long way to avoiding potential pent-up stress.
There is also a lot to be said for effective time-management. If you are in control of your own time, schedules, meetings and everyday activities without them being a cause of stress, you are on your way to a sublime existence. If time is not managed well, stress ensues rapidly; if, however, you plan ahead and leave yourself ample time to undertake each activity accordingly, stress can be reduced substantially.
Another interesting approach is adaptation. Adjusting and mindfully adapting to stressful situations whenever they are identifiable will dramatically reduce stressful reactions that aren’t actually necessary. For example, do you always react negatively or emotionally to problems? Is it possible to adopt a more logical assessment of certain situations rather than taking them personally and becoming upset?
Adopting a generally healthier lifestyle will also go a long way in helping to reduce any stressful situations that may be encountered and of course one’s reaction to them. Exercise is a proven stress reducer, helping to effectively flush any unwanted adrenaline that results from stress from the system and will also enable the practitioner to be generally more relaxed and positive in life. Diet, smoking and drinking are also major factors to be acknowledged when considering healthy lifestyle choices and it is safe to say that through a more healthful approach to life one may generally become more balanced and able to cope with stress.
It is also now possible to find an array of natural treatments and remedies for stress that are steadily gaining in popularity due not only to their effectiveness but also because they are comprised of ingredients that are derived from natural plants, rather than traditional pharmaceutical remedies which are chemical and carry a wide range of unpleasant side effects with them.
XanaRoll has become widely acknowledged as a safe alternative to medication that is usually administered in the treatment of stress or anxiety such as Xanax, for example, which is known to have particularly unpleasant side-effects. XanaRoll, with its active ingredients being derived from medicinal plants prevalent in South East Asia exhibits neither any of the associated side-effects of standard medication nor any sign of being habit-forming. Yet XanaRoll has proven itself to be highly effective in its treatment of stress and anxiety largely due to the fact that it has high concentrations of the active ingredients that make it so effective, thus making it a natural, safe and non addictive alternative remedy of choice when considering stress relief.