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Stress is a fact of life. Just like the fact the sun rises in the morning, you have to pay taxes, and someone is guaranteed to cut you off in traffic…. There can be good stress the motivating kind that keeps you on time and mindful of deadlines and the bad stress the anxiety and physical symptom causing kind. Learning how to manage stress is a life long learning process and we all come up with different ways to cope.

In my experience however, the only one that can really find what works for you when it comes to stressing less, is YOU. Sure we could exercise more, deep breath, or attempt to meditate, but what about being a little more creative and taking a new approach to calming our nerves and our minds?

Sometimes, relieving stress is as easy as finding a listening ear. Have you ever heard of Colorology? If you are feeling overly stressed, you can use color as a stress management tool.

Different colors have different effects on the brain, so envisioning certain shades or even carrying a little patch of a certain color with you throughout the day can make you feel better and more in control. For example, painting one of your finger nails a color that calms you can remind you to relax and take a deep breath whenever you catch a glimpse of it during your day.

Pink, yellow, blue, and green are considered to be particularly calming! Munching on foods like apples, carrots, and almonds relieves physical tension from your jaw and face. The added effort it takes to make your way through a crunchy snack distracts you from intrusive thoughts. In addition, the rhythmic chewing and sound that is created can sort of lull you into a state of calm. They are so carefree and cheerful that you automatically start to take on their disposition. Their unconditional love is reassuring and reminds you that no matter what, you matter and have value for just being you.

Local animal shelters are always looking for volunteers. You could also take a drive to your local pet store…there are sure to be some cute creatures on display! A tenant of reflexology, rubbing pressure points, like those in your earlobes, can bring a sense of physical calm and relaxation to your entire body. Most people go for their heads in a moment of stress, but rubbing there can actually increase tension!

Instead, rub the inside of your earlobes and slowly move to the outside. For bonus stress relieving points, try to get someone else to rub for you! Light a candle, bake cookies, or open up your favorite spice jar!

Scents have a way of reminding us of certain memories and bringing a sense of calm over our brainwaves. More specifically a glass of orange juice and some oatmeal!

OJ is super high in Vitamin C, which means it has cortisol lowering properties. Drinking a glass or two a day could make you feel less anxious! According to a few research studies, dropping a few F-bombs now and then even in the comfort of your own home or alone serves as a great mechanism for stress relief.

Swearing taps into the emotional part of our brain and helps us release pent up feelings. It also is proven to increase pain tolerance and reduce perceived pain levels! Listening to your favorite song can automatically enhance your mood. Created by a doctor, they are gentle, safe, and have virtually no side effects. RESCUE pastilles are like little lozenges that you can pop in your purse and then pop in your mouth whenever a moment of stress or anxiety occurs.

I am a big fan of the lemon! Putting something in your mouth can be distracting in itself, but the special formulation of natural ingredients in the pastilles contribute to an overall calming as well.

Have you considered trying any of these techniques before? I LOVE crunching on carrots and raw nuts! Help someone set up a wordpress blog! I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own. Number 8 on this list cracked me up, but I can see how it does help. I definitely use that stress reliever occasionally.

I do them all the time just to let some frustration out. Something about getting it out on paper with some random lines just helps! Bachs is one of my all time favorite brands because during my time off of xanax I used the chews and the spray and it made me get through a tough time in my life and helped me to calm down! Thanks for sharing with everyone xo C. I go to sleep whenever i feel overwhelmed.

Some people cannot sleep due to stress but for me sleeping is a great way to combat stress. Never heard about color therapy before. I ran across this one and I just had to share! There are good tips here: I am very sensitive to salt, so I found them a little overwhelming.

But I still enjoyed munching and crunching on them! Great for stress eating. Your email address will not be published. Leave this field empty. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Join me on my pursuit of health and happiness. Foods of the Moment: Lots and lots of intricate, meditative coloring. Yes these are great alternatives to our less healthy stress reducing tactics!

Massage my own earlobes?!?!? Number 8 cracks me up! So good to hear their products were able to give you some relief! I really like them too! My favorites are s 2, 4, 6, and 9! Thank you for this post, I am going to study with relaxing pen colours today!

I would definitely try some of those! Lots of love, golden-cor. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Subscribe to Healthy Helper!

COVER STORY - Promoting Finals-Week Stress Relief

What adjustments can I make? Just ten to twenty minutes of quiet reflection may bring relief from chronic stress as well as increase your tolerance to it. Use the time to listen to music, relax and try to think of pleasant things or nothing. Use your imagination and picture how you can manage a stressful situation more successfully. Take one thing at a time. For people under tension or stress, their day-to-day workload can sometimes seem unbearable. The best way to cope with this feeling of being overwhelmed is to take one task at a time.

Make a list of things you need to get done and start with one task. Once you accomplish that task, choose the next one. It will motivate you to keep going. Regular exercise is a popular way to relieve stress.

Twenty to thirty minutes of physical activity benefits both the body and the mind. Take a break from your worries by doing something you enjoy. A conversation with a friend lets you know that you are not the only one having a bad day, caring for a sick child or working in a busy office.

Stay in touch with friends and family. Stress is a fact of life. Just like the fact the sun rises in the morning, you have to pay taxes, and someone is guaranteed to cut you off in traffic…. There can be good stress the motivating kind that keeps you on time and mindful of deadlines and the bad stress the anxiety and physical symptom causing kind. Learning how to manage stress is a life long learning process and we all come up with different ways to cope.

In my experience however, the only one that can really find what works for you when it comes to stressing less, is YOU. Sure we could exercise more, deep breath, or attempt to meditate, but what about being a little more creative and taking a new approach to calming our nerves and our minds?

Sometimes, relieving stress is as easy as finding a listening ear. Have you ever heard of Colorology? If you are feeling overly stressed, you can use color as a stress management tool. Different colors have different effects on the brain, so envisioning certain shades or even carrying a little patch of a certain color with you throughout the day can make you feel better and more in control.

For example, painting one of your finger nails a color that calms you can remind you to relax and take a deep breath whenever you catch a glimpse of it during your day. Pink, yellow, blue, and green are considered to be particularly calming!

Munching on foods like apples, carrots, and almonds relieves physical tension from your jaw and face. The added effort it takes to make your way through a crunchy snack distracts you from intrusive thoughts.

In addition, the rhythmic chewing and sound that is created can sort of lull you into a state of calm. They are so carefree and cheerful that you automatically start to take on their disposition. Their unconditional love is reassuring and reminds you that no matter what, you matter and have value for just being you. Local animal shelters are always looking for volunteers. You could also take a drive to your local pet store…there are sure to be some cute creatures on display!

A tenant of reflexology, rubbing pressure points, like those in your earlobes, can bring a sense of physical calm and relaxation to your entire body. Most people go for their heads in a moment of stress, but rubbing there can actually increase tension! Instead, rub the inside of your earlobes and slowly move to the outside. For bonus stress relieving points, try to get someone else to rub for you! Light a candle, bake cookies, or open up your favorite spice jar!

Get the stress out. Remember to take breaks when you feel worried or stuck. Do something relaxing every day. Sing, dance, and laugh--anything to burn off the energy. Take care of your body. A healthy body can help you manage stress. Get 7 to 9 hours of sleep, eat healthy food, stay hydrated and exercise regularly. Go easy on the caffeine. Shorting yourself on sleep, and especially pulling an all-nighter, robs you of energy and your ability to concentrate.

A healthy diet improves your ability to learn. Don't suffer in silence. Get support, whether from family, friends, your academic advisor, campus counseling center, or a trusted online community. A heart-to-heart talk with someone you trust can help you get rid of toxic feelings and may even give you a fresh perspective.

If these steps don't bring relief, or if you are still unable to cope and feel as if the stress is affecting how you function every day, it could be something more acute and chronic--like depression. Don't let it go unchecked! If you think you might be depressed, take a depression screening. Print out the results or e-mail them to yourself and then show them to a counselor or doctor. To get help, start with your student health center or counseling service on campus.

Most community colleges provide limited free mental health services and can refer you to local providers for longer-term treatment. You can also talk to your family doctor. Remember, depression and other mental health conditions are nothing to be ashamed of. Depression is not a sign of weakness, and seeking help is a sign of strength. Telling someone you are struggling is the first step toward feeling better. You will need the help of a mental health professional to beat depression.

For many students, finals week is a time of absolute frustration and dread. Students need nutritionally sustainable food during peak studying times. If you can afford to, get a massage or another form of relaxation therapy. And don't think you need to go to a fancy gym or block out an hour of offers stress-relieving activities during finals week to encourage you to. So, fair warning: You can bet my tips to a better final exam will include has been shown to actually have adverse effects — i.e., poor grades).