Stress, 07 Secrets To Managing It Well­čś░



We commonly refer to the word stress as fear, anxiety, and lack of self-confidence… The understanding of this word seems uncertain. To understand it and to be able to differentiate, is the aim of this feature.



Stress is the natural adaptation reaction to an event. A person who finds himself in an uncomfortable situation such as public speaking, a student facing a final exam, a responsibility that one does not see himself as being able to achieve, a job interview, etc. It is also defined as the series of reactions produced by the organism to adapt itself to a specific situation and maintain its balance in the face of events that disturb it.


Stress can be natural or caused by factors. This is why, we are five main causes of stress:

  •  Work overload
  •  Relationship issues
  •  Financial problems
  •  Education
  • Children caring


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  •  Severe exhaustion and tiredness
  •  Pain and discomfort
  •  Sleep disorders
  •  Eating disorders
  •  Heart palpitations
  •  Headaches
  •  Permanent feeling of pressure
  •  Irritability


When we are stressed then, we tend to do everything wrong and We blame everyone as if they were the cause of our stress without wondering about or questioning ourselves.

How should we manage our stress?

To manage it, we must:

  • ┬áCreate a balance between work and leisure: sometimes we tend to immerse ourselves in our work forgetting to recreate ourselves. This means that when we are overloaded we automatically become stressed.
  • ┬áTake time to laugh: Laughter is very therapeutic. Being angry or upset all the time makes us stressed. Even in a difficult situation, take the time to laugh to control ourselves.
  • ┬áLearn to deputize, we don’t have to do everything ourselves because when we can’t take it anymore we get stressed.
  • ┬áUse relaxation techniques such as yoga or meditation to de-stress
  • ┬áDo a lot of physical exercises: sport allows proper circulation of blood in the body and is very beneficial for mental health
  • ┬áLearn to manage your time: if we are disorganized, events will surprise us and we will not know what to do. what stresses us out.
  • ┬áEat healthily: a good diet makes us feel less stressed
  • ┬áSocialize: always staying in our corner makes us stressed. We must seek to be with people to allow our minds to be open.

We distinguish two kinds of stress: chronic stress and acute stress.

Chronic stress results from continuous and repeated exposure to situations that cause the release of stress hormones. Its effects are severe on physical and mental health. Exhaustion in the morning upon waking, lack of energy, unexplained anger, incessant migraines, muscle tension, perpetual forgetfulness, this is chronic stress.

Acute stress is an intense and unpleasant reaction that occurs shortly after a traumatic, unusual, specific, and destabilizing event. Digestive disorders, lack of concentration, agitation, and sadness are its signs.

We also have four other types of stress: physical, mental, behavioral, and emotional.

5-Fight it, retreat, or lock yourself in a protective shell?

The stress reaction must be fought if we even care about our health. Withdrawing or locking ourselves in a shell will not solve anything and will put our health at risk.

6-How to overcome stress?

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Erase your Stress
  • ┬áTake time to wake up in a calm moment before starting the day
  • ┬áAnticipate, to avoid being surprised
  • ┬áTake regular breaks during the day by going for a walk or getting some fresh air

Despite our best efforts, eliminating 100% of the stress in our lives is an impossible and useless mission. A little bit of “good” stress can even do us good, boost us and help us move forward. It’s when stress takes over our daily lives and affects our health that we have to worry.

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