Sometimes you can’t help but be stressed. You can’t fully pause the state of being stressed but there are plenty of ways you can manage it when it comes about. Being stressed is all about how you react to it, and how you prepare your mind and body for stress.
Most importantly, do not ignore stress. The quicker it is acknowledged the faster it soothes. When you are faced with something stressful change your state of mind. In no time you’ll see how much better things go when you approach them positively and confidently.
Identifying what bothers you then being positive is a start but you have to keep in mind that you can’t eliminate stress all at once.
Your health, emotional state, and the day’s events are going to affect your stress levels. Being stressed is out of your control. But you can control what you consume. Don’t eat a lot of refined sugar, fatty foods like potato chips or white-flour-based foods; these snacks might satisfy cravings, but you usually end up hungry again soon after consuming them.
Using alcohol as a way of managing stress is a negative coping mechanism, one that could even result in a chemical dependency on alcohol and a lifetime of trouble.
With exercise, you will feel good physically as your muscles tense and relax. Ideally, you should exercise daily, but even three times a week will make a big difference in how you feel. Take 15 to 30 minutes out of each day to be alone and reflect. This alone time will help you achieve focus, and you will be able to approach your duties calm and assured.