Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

The want to escape stress and unwanted thoughts and feelings is natural.

However, it’s much better for you to seek natural solutions versus binge eating, excessive

drinking, or engaging in other unhealthy acts.

Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

Therefore, what you really should be seeking are pastimes that won’t make you feel lousy

the following morning.

There’s no hangover associated to the following natural stress relievers.

Bath and Bubbles

Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

Imagine the cozy feeling of warm water coupled with the soothing smells of bath bubbles

and salts.

Whether you’re a man or woman, you can make a relaxing bath a regular daily occurrence.

Shop online and at local stores for bath-related goodies such as waterproof pillows, natural

bath salts, drop-in soaps, etc.

Meditation and Breathing

Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

You may be thinking that you breath all the time, sometimes even hyperventilate!

However, those who practice meditation become very good at breathing, so much so that

it produces calming effects.

Those who are well trained in meditation can often relax despite stressful circumstances.

Breathing and meditation is a great way to quickly escape stress in a healthy manner.

Classical and Light Jazz

Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

Many people approach music by artists rather than genre.

Consider choosing music, regardless of artist, that offers light and soothing sounds, such

as classical and light jazz.

You don’t have to commit to buying any material.

Use digital tools like Spotify and Youtube or borrow physical tapes, cassettes, DVDs and

more from local libraries.

Light jazz and classical are just suggestions; some may find it more relaxing to listen to

heavy metal.

The type is not as important as the effect it has on you.

Use this while listening.

Running and Lifting

Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

Physical activity is a great way to relieve stress.

Actually, you might find yourself void of stressful feelings as you make exercise a regular thing.

Try something that is challenging yet appropriate for your current fitness level.

In combination with a cardiovascular activity, try lifting light to moderately heavy weights,

focusing on all the body’s main muscle regions.

Consult online resources or ask a trainer about developing a personalized

based on your goals.

Giving and Volunteering

Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

Do you know what feels better than feeling bad about yourself?

Doing something for those in need.

Volunteer time and join local charity efforts centered on kids, the homeless, needy people

in other countries, etc.

At times, focusing on helping others makes it easier to forget our own troubles.

Alternatively, devote several hours a week toward helping family and friends with small tasks.

Massage and Acupuncture

Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

Forms of alternative medicine focus on influencing the mind by relaxing the body.

A traditional massage involves relieving the muscles of tension.

, the process elicits a euphoric effect.

Acupuncture involves inserting small needles into areas of the body including the face,

hands, and feet.

Likewise, the influence of the body over the mind helps relieve stress and keeps you

feeling great.

Natural Stress Relievers: Tips and Tricks That Won't Make You Feel Even Worse the Next Morning

 

About the Author:
Samantha Miles is teaching people how to ditch the stress. She worked in a fast-paced, cut throat city job for 20 years and the stress finally caused her some health problems which she is now getting under control.