You're spending your time thinking about situation you can’t control, and trying to steer the situations you do have control over. What about these situations that makes it stressful? Most of the stress we deal with in life is self inflicted, No job, lack of money, family disputes; all of these things can change by the way you think about them. Your daily frustrations can easily be turned around with positive thinking, that can follow with positive actions. If money is your constant worry, think positive actions you can take to improve your financial situation. The actions you make is breathing life into a dead situation, you can't look for change, if you’re not willing to change first.
Here’s ways to help relieve your worries
#1 Conversion with others
Finding a person who will always stay by your side, even if you just need someone to share a space without saying anything. They help by just being there. Such as- a friend, sibling, mentor, someone who you feel comfortable with. We are all social beings, without the help from talking other people, life would be deserted journey. Our bonds and friendships gives us comfort in difficult situations.
It’s a deeply relaxed state but wake awake. Meditation can lower blood pressure and muscle tension, the direct effects of stress. Meditation is one of the oldest health remedies and practice through-out the world. Doctors believe that meditation can reduce the body reaction to stress. Mediation for a few minutes a day it’s simple as sitting comfortably, closing your eyes, and pay attention to your breathing.
#3 Regular exercise
Exercise can bring remarkable changes not just to your body, but also to your mental health. Exercise puts you in the moment of life. Not worry about the pass or future, what stress consist of. Exercise is known to release endorphins- a natural chemical release in bloodstream during a workout, producing an euphoric effect of happiness. Other body responses can happen through exercise as well including, lower heart rate and blood pressure, strengthening your immune system; so you can withstand stress.
NOTE: It is OK to start an exercise program without checking with a health care provider. However, if you have not exercised in a while, are over age 50, or have a medical condition such as diabetes or heart disease, contact your health care provider before starting an exercise program.