Everyone has experienced stress. Whether it’s because of work, romance or family problems. If stress is left to drag on, no doubt it can make physical and psychological health decline and lead to depression. Going to a spa or recreation can be a way to relieve stress. But there are other ways that are cheaper and easier, namely Ayahuasca in church. You don’t even need to spend money. Get out in the morning to get fresh air. Research says that the production of vitamin D in the body triggered by exposure to morning sun can increase happy hormone serotonin. Enjoying the sights, sounds and smells of the morning around will also distract you from worries. Can’t get out of the house because I live in a busy and jammed city? Place some plants in your house or apartment. A study conducted by Washington State University found that placing plants near the work desk will lower blood pressure, which means stress will decrease.
Every day, there must be one routine that we like. Whether it’s taking a warm bath before going to bed, listening to your favorite music on the way to work, watching drama series or taking a pet dog for a walk in the morning. When stressed, do a routine that is fun for you because it can make your heart and mind calmer. Our bodies naturally need routines, and with a focus on daily rituals, you mean increasing your body’s ability to deal with physical problems caused by stress. If the brain can’t stop thinking negative things, it’s because stress likes to make your mind mess. To overcome this, divert your brain from negative thoughts by doing physical activities involving the hands, feet or other body parts. For example drawing, knitting or rock climbing.
A number of studies have revealed the positive effects of expressing gratitude. When researching brain activity, researchers at the National Institutes of Health found that participants who did not hesitate to show gratitude and gratitude, the level of activity in the hypothalamus was higher.