Not all stress is bad. In fact, we probably need some stress in our lives to keep us on our toes. Many activities are worth doing even if they are stressful, such as paying bills or talking out an upsetting problem. It is often not the stressors themselves that are the problem but how you cope with them.
Many of us are under a good deal of stress at one time or another. Being sick may add further stress. One of the easiest ways to reduce the bad effects of stress is to learn how to relax-both physically and mentally. It may help you to practice something called deep relaxation for at least a month. If you feel better, you may want to make it a habit. A deep sense of relaxation can be achieved in many ways.
Here is one simple method that may help you relax.
Practice your relaxation technique at least once a day for the first week. Try to spend 15 to 20 minutes relaxing. After the first week, you may choose to increase it to three or more times a day. But don't put yourself under pressure to find time to relax. If you miss a session or two, that's okay.
Learning to relax will help you reduce the effects of stress and make you feel better. Take your time, keep at it, and the results will follow.
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