Stress, Tension and Anxiety Laugh!

Yes, just laugh. It is Biblical and healthy and the best tension reliever around. Laughing releases pleasure hormones in our brain, releases tension in our muscles, and releases pent up anxiety. Look for things that will make you laugh. Watch a comedy on television or DVD.

Watch children playing and laughing in the park or on the school playground. Laughing is contagious. Try it, you’ll soon find others laughing right with you. What a great source of coping with stress.

Eating healthy, resting fully, and exercising regularly helps release tension and anxiety.

Eat healthy, rest fully, and exercise regularly. These three things can go far in helping you cope with stress and anxiety. Giving your body the proper nutrition will keep you healthier and help your self-esteem.

Allowing your body to relax and rejuvenate while you sleep will help you prepare for any stress that may come your way the following day.

Physical activity will help you feel and look better. When you feel and look better, your self-esteem grows and you feel more confident in facing life’s stress. Choose an activity that you like and makes you feel happy, and then take part in that activity at least five times a week.

Dance, walk and play are simple ways to reduce anxiety and stress

You can dance, walk, play with children or grandchildren, jog, or go bowling. All are good physical activities that help us cope with normal stress and anxiety.

It is normal for all of us to feel periods of stress and anxiety. If we are not able to cope with them, we are doing our bodies harm and threatening our own survival.

We would love to hear your comments. So go ahead and tell us what you think.

Cecil McIntosh, The EYC™ Stress Relaxation Expert with 14 years of experience helping  Entrepreneurs like you, transform stress into success. He is the creator of the Empty Your Cup Process™. An exclusive stress management  system for managing fear, anger and the uncertainty that results from constant change. Cecil  is also a Healer, Teacher, Therapist, NLP Trainer and life Coach. You can reach Cecil at cecil.mcintosh@gmail.com 

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