Stress Management and Emotional Health

A famous quote says– “never stress over what you can’t control”

Stress is what you sense when you have to tackle more than you’re used to. Your body retorts exactly like you’re in threat when you’re in stress. It intensifies the pulse rate, produce hormones that make you sweat, the heart beats fastens, you become anxious, you breathe faster and there’s a burst of energy in the body.

In the midst of all the rush and hectic life, it’s natural to exert. Whether it’s a 9-5 desk job, or a business to handle, from having responsibilities to fulfilling the needs of the family, stressing out can be ordinary. Some stress is essential too. It can encourage you if you need to work hard and quickly. For example, if you want to finish a task on a given deadline, a little stress can help you complete that task quickly, else you’ll be more relaxed.

But if you stress too much and for too long, it can be sickening.

Stress can really become a disease difficult to fight off and it can lead to:

  1. A lower presence of mind
  2. Tensity
  3. Depression
  4. Melancholy

Stress affects your inter and intrapersonal relationships, your traditional lifestyle. It may seem a stressful situation cannot be dodged, but that’s not completely true.


Well, it is possible to reduce stress! You need to keep in check:

  1. Self-awareness. Knowing about the reason of stress.
  2. Look for stress-reducing methods. It’s more of a subjective and personal way.
  3. Make happen the methods you chose and get moving.

But with stress, comes emotional illness. Being emotionally fragile is as severe as being physically fragile. Stress and poor emotional health are interrelated.

When you’re emotionally vulnerable, you stress out and when you stress out, you become emotionally vulnerable. That becomes a vicious circle.

So, it’s critically vital to evade these nerve-racking circumstances that abide for too long or happens in immoderately.


As said earlier in this article, stress is a subjective matter and is reduced in different ways for different people. But a few basic tips apply to everyone. These following tips must to followed to cope up with stress.

  1. Closely record the stressful situations and try to tackle them.

Well, keeping a record of the factors that cause stress is easy. You’re aware why you’re stressed. The situation sometimes is not as bad as it seems, maybe your procrastination is making it worse. Having a positive outlook towards the situation can make it less stressful.

  1. Time management

You’re maybe wasting too much of time thinking about stress. Making a schedule of what’s more important can make you busier and think less about stress. Performing according to the schedule can even boost up your confidence.

  1. Exercise

Jogging, swimming, cycling, dancing or anything that requires being physically active can reduce stress.

  1. Get plenty of rest.
  2. Try to focus on the present. Do things that you actually love. Make time for people, interact with them and avoid alcohol and caffeine. Do yoga and meditation, it’s crucial for mental fitness.



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