How Effective Is Stress Management For Mental Well Being?

Life is just too short to worry and get stressed. Feeling stressful is quite common that we all experience in some aspect of our life, but the real problem arises when it starts disrupting our mind and causing health issues. The feeling that “I have lost everything and nothing can be done right”, “I am […]

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Life is just too short to worry and get stressed. Feeling stressful is quite common that we all experience in some aspect of our life, but the real problem arises when it starts disrupting our mind and causing health issues. The feeling that “I have lost everything and nothing can be done right”, “I am doomed”, “I am alone”, – all these negative thoughts can take a severe emotional and physical toll in the person.

The reason behind stress can be many like extra workload, an issue in the family, financial issues, business stress, sudden death of someone close, and others. During such a hard time, it gets really difficult to cope and one can find himself completely lost. Feeling stressed for a prolonged period of time can have adverse effects on a person’s health. Thus, it is very necessary to manage your stress and learn to reduce it. The life we have got is limited so we all need to make the most of it and enjoy to the fullest.

No matter what happens, there will be always a way to resolve your issue and you just need to find the right one. Sitting in the darkroom and cursing yourself is not going to do something good. You need to be positive and look for a solution. If it’s a working pressure, talk with your senior. If it’s an issue in the family, then sit and workout with the problem like a family. And if it’s a financial issue, then you can go for personal credits in order to solve it.

Common signs that a person is under stress

It is true that every person has their own ways of reacting when under stress. However, psychologists say that when a person is under stress, he/she will be showing some common signs and symptoms that are: 

  • Continuous feelings of worry or anxiety
  • Overwhelmed feelings
  • Lack of concentration
  • Short temper and getting irritated quickly
  • Difficulty in relaxing
  • Low self-confidence
  • Suffering aches and pains
  • Overconsumption of alcohol, drugs and smoking
  • Sleepless nights
  • A drastic change in eating habits
  • Mood swings
  • Dizzy feelings


If you are experiencing any of these symptoms for a long period of time, then you definitely need to control stress otherwise the situation may get worse. It is important to know that solving a problem is not going to get rid of your financial stress issue permanently. Here, we have prepared a list of useful tips that can help you control your stress.

Useful tips for stress management

Healthy diet

It may sound strange but eating healthy food can be very beneficial in reducing stress. Including fruits, vegetables, juice, fish and other healthy eatables in your diet will keep you away from various types of diseases. Basically, consuming proteins, minerals vitamins help in reducing the negative effects that stress causes on the body.

Quit smoking and alcohol

Many people start smoking, consuming alcohol and drugs in order to get rid of the stress. Well, all these things reduce the stress initially but cause more severe damage in the long run. Therefore, try to avoid it as much as possible.   

Regular Exercise

One of the best ways to control your stress is by exercise. Practising yoga or meditation can be really a good way to provide relief to your body from stress. It is not necessary to stick only with these two, It could be dancing, painting, playing your favourite sports, singing, cooking, anything on which you have a certain interest.


The biggest mistake that most people make is that they start living in solitary and prefer being alone when going through stress. Well, this is not good for people, who have hundreds of thoughts constantly circling around in their mind. One needs to socialize in such situations and share the concern with friends, family or teachers. Try to be with people who empathize with you and whom you trust very much. Who knows- they might give a nice suggestion to get rid of your problem.

Be happy and try to get sound sleep

Well, when a person is under stress, his/her facial expression says a lot about his condition. Therefore, laughing or smiling can help a lot in relieving the tension. Also, sound sleep is very important in order to stay stress-free as it keeps us physically and mentally fit. Not getting enough sleep will make easily tired and will also lower your immune level.


Physical and mental well being is very necessary to live a happy and long life. Problems will knock your door with different faces that don’t mean you should get stressed. Difficult time will come and go, you need to stand firm and learn to face them. By following these effective tips, you will surely be able to control your stress level and stay calm no matter how bad the situation gets.

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