15 ways to deal with stress: Happiness and Joy are just around the corner!

We all experience stress off and on in our daily life- at work, at home, and on the road.


Stress is a part of our life. We should deal with it in a healthy manner.


Our mental, physical, heart health and happiness are all linked to our mind.


Happy mind, healthy body.


Scientific research has proved that health can be affected by our personality.


There are four types of personalities that have been studied in relation to physical health and disease. What are they?


Type A individuals are people who are hard-driving, competitive, and try to overachieve. This personality has been linked to increased incidence of some heart problems.


Type B individuals are laid-back, never rush, and believe in living in the moment.


Type C individuals love details .They are not assertive at all and they are known to suppress their own desires.The lack of assertiveness results in stress.


Type D (also known as “distressed” or “disease-prone”) individuals are pessimistic and tend to be worried, irritable, and express a great deal of negative emotions. This personality has been linked to cause health related problems.


Are you a type D personality?


Affirmative answers to these questions suggest Type D personality:

  1. I am often irritable.
  2. I tend to keep to myself.
  3. I tend to hide my feelings from others.
  4. I often feel gloomy and down spirited.

So, if you think you have some traits of Type D personality, you probably experience stress more.


Personalities are not completely set on stone; they can be changed!


No worries! You can do it!




15 ways to decrease stress



1) Identify the sources of stress in your life,look closely at your habits,attitude and excuses.


Once you identify the stressors, change your attitude.


Attitude is everything. A negative attitude gets you nowhere. A positive attitude can get you anywhere.



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2) Take responsibility for the role you play in creating this stress.


Most of the stress is self created.


By understanding your stress triggers and changing the way you perceive and look at a potentially stressful situation, you can change the way you emotionally react to that situation.



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3) Avoid people who give you stress if possible.


Surround yourself with people whom you love and the people who love you.


Spend more time with family and friends.



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4) Learn how to say “no.” Avoid taking on more than you can handle.


Communicate your concerns to appropriate concerning party.


Team work might be the key.



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5) It is very important to keep some “me time” in your daily schedule.


This will enable your mind to relax in between your hectic schedule.


Spend some time doing what you like, it could be taking a stroll, painting, taking a nap.



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6) Seek inner peace and tranquility.


Spend some time to seek spiritual fulfillment. Just believing in it can stimulate positive healthy response in body.


Meditation, exercise, solitude are some techniques.



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7) Learn to avoid procrastination.


Try to be proactive rather than reactive.


Organize your to do list on priority basis.


Have realistic deadlines and goals.


Unrealistic goals will invite frustration and negativity down the road.




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8) View the world with a sense of humor.


Laughter is a very easy way to decrease stress and introduce happiness in life.


It has proved to boost our mental and physical health.



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8) Boost your self-confidence.


“Low self-esteem is like driving through life with your hand brake on.” — Maxwell Maltz


Unleash your full potential.


Live your dreams!



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9) A very important step is to do positive self-talk to change your negative mindset to a winning frame of mind.


You should positively program your subconscious mind.




“Everything is going wrong.” –> “I can handle this if I take one step at a time.”


“I can’t believe I made this mistake.” –> “It is ok, I am human, I can fix it.”



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10) Exercise.


Take a quick jog or exercise at your desk.

Take deep breaths of confidence and hope IN and exhale all your worries OUT.





11) Have adequate refreshing sleep.


Sleep like a baby!



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12) Develop healthy relationships.


Focus on having few but reliable trustworthy friends who genuinely care about you and spend “real” time with you instead of having a huge “friend” list on social media .





13) Look for opportunities to help others. Volunteer.


You will get happiness and satisfaction by bring a smile to someone’s face.



14) Practice mindfulness-meditate or practice yoga.



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15) Love yourself.


A person who does not love self, finds it difficult to be happy and stress free.




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Live life stress free and enjoy the holidays!


Don’t beat yourself up!


How much time for the sunrise?


Your Road to Happiness..



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