How to deal with your stress
Have you ever felt sick to your stomach during a test? Have you had trouble sleeping when you have too much homework? Have you ever been so worried about something that you have a headache?
If so, then you are under stress. Stress is what you feel when you are worried or uncomfortable about something. This worry in your mind can make your body feel bad. You may feel angry, frustrated, scared, or afraid - which can give you a stomachache or a headache. When you're stressed you may not feel like sleeping or eating. You also may have trouble paying attention at school and remembering things at home.
So what could you do when they happened? In my opinion there are following steps that you could follow to get rid of your stress.
First, learn to recognize your stress. You should think where your stress comes from. What cause you feels stressed. Are you too busy for something? Sometimes you have too much work to do that make you hard breathing. Maybe you should drop something selectively.
Second, learn how to best relax yourself. The easiest way is breathing exercise. Try to breathe in slowly and deeply through your nose and then breathe out slowly through your mouth. Do this two to four times, but don't take in too much air too quickly because it can make you feel dizzy.
Third, work of stress. You could do some physical activities to release your stress such as jogging, playing basketball, go swimming and so on.
Finally, if you can’t fight the stress or flee from it, try to use it in a positive way. Tell yourself how well you can deal with it rather than how horrible it is. It’s true that appropriate stress can make people do a better job. So try to look at your stress in another way, which may help you feel easier.