How to relieve stress in 5 minutes
Sport contributes to an increase in serotonin levels in the blood, so it is not surprising that this item is first on the list. A short, intense workout can make you feel better, so find a secluded spot and just jump or jump at a fast pace 20-30 times. It will help.
Of course, in a stressful situation, you are not so happy. But as soon as the opportunity arises, try to find a reason for sincere laughter. You can watch a video on YouTube or just remember a very funny incident from your life.
Carry a bottle of orange essential oil or better fruit itself. According to research, the smell of orange instantly enhances mood and leads to an emotional state of harmony.
Not only intense training can lift your spirits, but stretching too. During stretching exercises, our breathing rhythm is restored, and we feel more relaxed and relaxed.
The breathing exercise usually takes 3-5 minutes, and you can do it anywhere. Sit back, close your eyes and concentrate on breathing. Perform until you can fully concentrate all your attention only on the inhale-exhalation and, as it were, remove yourself from what is happening.
Recently, coloring for adults are becoming more popular. Switching attention to coloring intricate patterns, you can cope with stress and insomnia. In addition, choosing certain colors for each of the drawings, you will also get rid of negative emotions and be able to better understand your state of mind.
A slow walk is also a kind of meditation. Take it a rule to walk in the fresh air every day before going to bed to get rid of insomnia.
Take a pillow, bury your face in it and shout from the bottom of your heart. So you save the nerves of others, and at the same time and let off steam. There are situations when you can’t do without a shout, so it’s better to throw out negative emotions alone with yourself and not with your boss.
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