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10 ways to beat stress
Stress-beating tips that really help, including being more active and taking time for yourself.

There is not much you can do to prevent stress but there are many things you can do to manage stressful situations more effectively and reduce the impact of stress on your health.

The first step is to be able to identify what can trigger your stress so you can work out effective coping techniques and learn to avoid situations that tend to cause you stress.

Stress diary
Keeping a stress diary for a few weeks is an effective stress management tool as it will help you become more aware of the situations which lead you to become stressed.

Learn how to relax
Relaxation, such as deep breathing, can help to relieve your stress symptoms. It can help you calm down and take a step back from a stressful situation.

Talk to someone
Just talking to someone is helpful. Talking can work by either distracting you from your stressful thoughts or releasing some of the built-up tension by discussing it.

Take control
Stress can be triggered by a problem that may on the surface seem impossible to solve. Learning how to find solutions to your problems will help you feel more in control thereby lowering your stress.

Food and drink can have a big impact on your mood and feelings. Sugary snacks and drinks, such as soft drinks, give your body a temporary energy boost followed by a sharp drop in energy. This "sugar crash" can make you feel tired or irritable, and unable to concentrate.

Eating at regular times and not skipping meals can make a big difference to your ability to deal with stress. This will allow your body to release a steady stream of energy throughout the day, which will improve your concentration and mood.

Try to reduce the amount of coffee, tea and cola that you drink. These all contain caffeine, which can drive up stress levels if you have too much.

Be aware that being under stress can sometimes make you feel tempted to drink more alcohol to relax you. Alcohol, just like smoking and comfort eating, is an unhealthy coping mechanism which will not solve your problems; it will simply give you new ones.

Exercise will not make your stress disappear, but it will help to take the sting out of your anxiety and help you to take a step back from a stressful situation.

Bad sleep habits leading to lack of sleep can leave you feeling tired, low in energy and irritable, which can all reduce your ability to manage stress.

Quit smoking
Contrary to popular belief, smoking does not help combat stress. In fact, it can make stress worse as well as damage your health.

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