August 2011
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Are you heaving problems financially which causing to be stressed? Maybe you’re one of those people who are thinking so hard where to get the money to pay for debts, or if you’re application for cash advance will be approved, or when are you going to experience financial breakthrough, etc. Having stress can really affect our health, not just mental but the whole body as well.

So let me share today some simple tips for reducing stress and managing the stresses in every day life.

Breathe Deeply – Inhale deeply into the lungs. Hold the breath for a count of six, exhale slowly through the mouth to the count of six. Do this for several minutes. Be cautious not to hyperventilate. Start breathing naturally if dizzy or light-headedness occur.

Express Feelings and Thoughts – Talk to a friend. Join a group. Chat with friends in the Internet or seek out a counselor. If talking to a friend or seeing a counselor is something you’re fearful of, consider getting a pet. Pets listen very well.

Make Time for Relaxation and Fun – Look for an activity that will make you feel good such as dancing, listening to music, swimming, hiking in the mountains, working in the garden, taking photographs, prayer, watching birds, walking along the beach, golfing, visiting museums or going to the movies. Choose any of the activities where you won’t need to spend money, activities that give joy are the best stress busters.

Exercise – Try something new, do some form of exercise that interests you. Make sure to consult your physician beforehand.

Laugh – Laughter is an excellent way to relieve stress so try to have a good belly laugh. Watch funny movies or read funny stories.

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