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Getting Rid of Stress

A certain amount of stress can benefit us, helping us focus while aiding performance. Mood disorders and other health problems may result from stress endured over the long run, though. You should take stock of what you need to cope, as well as what your personal limitations are to manage commitments. We provide some tips below to help you handle the overflow, in times that aren't able to be entirely managed.

The Power of Positivity
Stress is always lurking somewhere to surprise you. The most essential skill you can have is to make positive moments out of momentary stress. Most likely, though, you're not one of the few people who find this effortless. A method exists to convert negative cycles of unproductive thought with positive, proactive solution-building ideas, called cognitive-behavioral therapy.

Activate the Laugh Track
Humor has long been associated with healthy self-image, composure, and general wellness. HIV, cancer, and myriad diseases can all be fought in part with humor, as it significantly bolsters the immune system. Laughter has been studied in depth, and it has been discovered that it can raise one's tolerance to pain, enhance creativity, and lower blood pressure.

Exercise
Anxiety and depression are well-known to be improved by exercise, as is the healing rate of injuries. After regular or recent exercise, elderly people have indicated that their wounds have healed more quickly. Similarly, patients of lung cancer have indicated that they feel more hopeful after a workout. Your heart and lungs, no matter how fit you are or what your age is, will see immediate improvement after some low-impact exercise. Tai chi, even, is enough to do this, as well as contribute to fast gains in posture and balance.

Cultivate Relationships
The socially active are often the healthiest. In the aftermath of a stroke or heart failure, loneliness can be extremely detrimental. Studies have shown that high blood pressure is a common problem among less social women. Family and/or friends have contributed to higher quality of life ratings and immune system function of cancer patients. Furthermore, socially active seniors are at a lower risk for developing Alzheimer's or dementia.

The Power of Music
Back pain sufferers have shown to suffer less pain, anxiety, and depression from activities like playing music. Group drum-playing has also been shown to positively affect one's immune system. Music therapy is linked to lifting mood, lowering heart rate and blood pressure, and positively influencing the immune system of cancer patients, as well as decreasing symptoms of fatigue and fostering self acceptance in multiple sclerosis patients. Music has also been successfully shown to ease pre-surgery anxiety and ameliorate post-surgery feelings of pain.

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