It is popularly believed that if an individual is not exposed to the
stress causing circumstances, then the occurrence of the stress will be
very unlikely and therefore not a dominant factor to contend with on
a daily basis. This has some truth to it, but it is not always possible to avoid or
remove oneself from a circumstance that will eventually cause the
stress to surface. One of the ways that is recommended by most experts on the subject
of stress management, is to ease the tension and in doing so bring the
stress levels under adequate control. The following are some tips on
how to ease tension and reduce stress levels significantly:

Ease Up

Rest – this is considered a very important ingredient to have in the
makeup of an individual’s lifestyle. A lot of rest will give the body
and its various systems time and the leeway to rejuvenate
adequately. This should be enough to keep it functioning at its
optimum, thus providing the ideal circumstances to meet any
possible additional requirement on its system both mentally and

Relaxation – the individual should explore various ways to relax
both the body and the mind. These ways should be easy and
applicable to the situation at the time. Some relaxation methods
can be done longer and in more calming surroundings, while some
would require the individual to tap into the inner self to bring forth
the calming mindset, to cope with any particularly stressful
situation as it occurs.

Pacing oneself – this is also another method of ensuring the
tensions are eased or even preventing it from surfacing altogether,
if the individual is able to pace the workload to keep it from
becoming too overwhelming. Almost all cases of stress will be
eventually connected to the fact that the circumstances that
induced the stress were overwhelming, and the natural
mechanisms that kick in would be the occurrence of stress.

By Anshjeet Singh

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