According to WHO (World Health Organization), stress is the second most frequent health problem.
Stress is defined as a situation where people perceive a situation as threatening.
Stress is good at times. It helps us to concentrate on studies rather than using Instagram or playing games. But, feeling more stressful affects both physical and mental health of people.
Let's see how we can overcome stress and improve productivity at studies and work.
The food we intake impacts our body and mind. Taking sugar and carbohydrates as a whole meal affects our ability to control stress. Eating fruits and vegetables help us to stay healthy and cope up with stress.
Many reports say that less sleep causes more stress. Poor sleep impacts our mind negatively while sufficient sleep enhances productivity, and well being.
We all know exercises can increase physical and mental health. Yoga or meditation enhances our lives. Doing meditation for 10 minutes every day increases our concentration and reduces stress levels.
Spend some time with family & friends every day. They are the ones who keep our energy up.
Give yourself some time every day by doing things like meditating, playing or listening to music.
Organizing reduces stress and makes us more goal-oriented. Prepare a list of things to work on and segregate them into completed and to-do things.
Develop optimistic self-talk which improves our ability to succeed, and focus on our goals/exams.
“Talk to yourself at least once in a Day, otherwise you may miss a meeting with an EXCELLENT person in this World.”
― Swami Vivekananda
It's important to talk to yourself positively. We are what we feed our mind with. If we always say to ourselves that we can't do something, our subconscious mind accepts it, and we will end up with negative thoughts and failure.
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