High pressure, this is the most basic life experience of modern people. Work pressure is high, life pressure is high, academic pressure is high, and the pressure of raising the second generation is high…Various pressures follow one after another, and accidentally bring diseases to the body. When the pressure reaches a certain level, the human immune system will be disordered, which will allow pathogenic factors to take advantage of the deficiency and cause diseases. Therefore, people need to take the initiative to take measures to reduce pressure for themselves.
What are the manifestations of excessive stress?
Eyelid twitching: medically called blepharospasm, it can also be triggered by pressure. If you overuse your eyes for a long time, this problem is likely to occur. People who use more eyes should look at the scenery outside the window every 20 minutes. You can also close your eyes and rest, and the symptoms will subside.
Cervical spine discomfort: Pressure can affect the skeletal muscle system, causing muscles to become sore, contractile and even cramp. In this case, try 510 deep breaths and gently massage the tight muscles of your body. If the muscles in the neck are caught, try turning the neck gently.
Acne: Acne is commonly known as pimples. It is a “barometer” of physical and mental stress levels. If you have a red rash or acne on your abdomen, cheeks and arms after puberty, you should ask yourself about your recent physical and mental health. State now.
Poor memory: Being in a stressful environment for a long time will indeed cause memory problems. Fortunately, once the stress disappears, your brain power will return to its original level. Experts say that exercise makes people think sharply, and walking, climbing stairs, and dancing can improve memory.
Nail biting: This situation is a stress-induced psychological self-protection behavior. Satisfying the “oral desire” by biting nails and diverting people’s attention You can also use some special decompression methods at work. For example, when answering a customer’s phone call, hold a bouncing ball in your hand and knead and squeeze while answering the phone.
8 ways to teach you successful stress reduction
1. Learn to relax.
Learn to relax yourself in various ways, but don’t expect your stress to disappear immediately. When you are relaxing, don’t focus on the pressure, try to calm your mind, think about nothing, and tell yourself that everything is fine.
2. Sufficient sleep.
Adequate sleep will play a role in repairing and storing energy, which can greatly relieve stress. When you lack sleep, your body will use stress to warn you, making you feel nervous and tired.
3. Practice yoga and meditate.
The slow and deep stretching of yoga can help you relieve stress. Meditation can relax your brain, and practice with yoga can double the effect.
Listening to good songs and relaxing and enjoyable concerts make people feel refreshed, immersed in happiness and forgetting their worries. Singing aloud is also a kind of tolerance, a kind of chic, a kind of relief, a kind of call for longevity.
5. Learn to confide in friends when stressed
If you keep holding back your mind, the pressure will be even greater. Your friends will try to understand you and care about you, and stand by your side when you are vulnerable.
Read the books you are interested in, read the books that make people easy and enjoyable, and look casually while reading. But if you grab a good book, you will love it, so all the troubles in the world will be forgotten.
Including chess, card game, painting, fishing, etc. When engaging in activities you like, the unbalanced mentality will naturally gradually be balanced. “Regardless of any troubles and threats, once the picture begins to unfold, there is no place for them to stand on the brain screen. They retreat into the shadows and darkness, and all people’s attention is focused on work.”
When a person is mentally unbalanced and has distress, he should go to nature. The air around the mountain or seashore contains more anions. Anions are essential for the survival of humans and animals. The more anions in the air, the more sufficient oxygen is available to human organs and tissues, the better the metabolic function, and the increased regulation of neurohumoral fluids, which is conducive to promoting the health of the body. The healthier, the easier it is to calm down.