How to control stress

             I am sure that the most of you agree with the point of view that stress is part of our lives. Have you ever thought what causes stress? There are many sources of stress in our lives. Stress comes with life-changing events, such as illness, marriage or divorce problems, losing or getting a new job. Stress also comes with all of life’s daily hassles, traffic jams, arguments and other small irritations. Often these stresses are beyond our control. While it may be seem simpler to ignore the stress, it is not as easy to do that and actually this creating more problems, not less. You need to understand how to control your stress. Controlling your stress needs daily practice and determination.
             Whenever you feel that you are stress enough, all you need to do is to try to control your stress, and this can be done by following these steps. Firstly, stress affect our emotions and feelings. By expressing those feelings and talking about your problems to others, like a good friend or someone else, is a valuable way to reduce stress. Second, believe it or not, crying can also reduce stress! It’s part of our emotional healing process. Third, you can expressing yourself through writing or art. As an example, you can write a poem or draw something. This may also be a good tension reliever and it can help you to forget your problem. In addition, exercise is a natural response to stress. You can go swimming or play a game like volleyball or soccer or whatever game you like. Furthermore, the moment that you feel stress, you can go for a walk. Walking also helps to reduce your stress and you can realize that after a small walking you will feel better. As well, during the time that you feel stress, you can also listen to music. This also can be relaxed for you. Finally, going out with a company, with good friends and doing something that makes you happy, this can also helps to reduce your stress.
             In summary, managing stress successfully can be achi...

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