Keep a optimistic Mental point of view:
There’s a definitive connection between living well and healthfully and having a cheerful outlook on life.
Take a few moments each hour for a few deep breaths.
Close your eyes, relax your body and mind and breath… slowing and consciously breathe into the abdomen. Repeat three to four rounds, in and out slowly and with mindfulness.
This stress relieving break will support your adrenals by allowing your body to relax, allowing the breath to bring in vital oxygen and by relaxing your mind from all unnecessary thoughts. Doing this simple process each hour of your day will be more productive and you will be able to stay focused and centered.
A simple way to relax muslces when you are feeling stressed out is to massage your temples for five minutes. This is a form of acupressure, which uses pressure points in one part of the body to relieve pain and treat ailments in other parts of your body. By massaging your temples, you can indirectly relax muscles elsewhere in your body, particularly your neck.
When we are tense or anxious, blood flow to our extremities (such as the toes and fingertips) is reduced. A hot bath can help to restore blood circulation, which helps to defeat the body’s stress response and convince the body that it is safe. As a result, the body will begin to relax and reduce stress.
So don’t forget to slow down and relax. Massages are the perfect way to relax after a day’s work.