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6 Ways You Can Reduce Your Stress Instantly

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Meditate

Being more mindful is something we could all get a bit better at, and there’s no better time to start practicing than now. Feeling stressed and overwhelmed can be remedied by giving yourself some time to meditate and ground yourself a lot better. You clear your mind, and all you need is a little bit of space and a few minutes to think.

THC gummies

If you’re looking for a quick stress release, Delta 9 Gummies might be your go-to. Of course, they’re not for everyone, but when you’re feeling overwhelmed – these can help you to calm your feelings and promote positivity instead. Not only that, but they act fast and don’t require you to inhale anything you don’t want to – so there aren’t nearly as many health concerns as other forms of THC consumption.

Clean up your space

Having too much going on at once can leave anyone feeling overwhelmed, and having a messy space isn’t going to help you. In fact, the mess might be contributing to your stress. If there’s one thing that needs to be done at some point, it’s clearing up – which is why now is a great time to do it. Put all of your focus into that instead of what’s stressing you, and reap the benefits of the satisfaction you feel once you’re done cleaning.

Once your space is clean and tidy, you can give your previous task a better attempt. 

Go for a walk

Sometimes there’s no better solution to your stress than just walking away from it momentarily. No matter what it is that’s bothering you, getting some exercise and taking in your surroundings while you’re on a walk can be very calming. You can come back to whatever you were doing with a clear head, and your emotions feel much more neutral than they were 10 minutes ago.

Talk to someone

You should never try to keep all of your emotions bottled up. Being overly stressed can be a result of too much going on in your mind, which is why it’s important to try and let it out from time to time. Even if you don’t have someone you feel you can confide in, speaking to a therapist, or even writing your feelings down can really help you. While a therapist can help you to evaluate how you see things and process future events – simply writing your thoughts down can help you make better sense of them.

Accept defeat

Now, defeat is something you shouldn’t be ready to accept so easily – but sometimes there are situations that are simply out of your control. If you can’t do anything about the situation that’s causing you stress, then there’s not much point in stressing over it. Scrambling for ideas won’t help you if it’s not in your control, so you’ve really just got to sit this one out and accept that it’s not your victory to take. Letting it overwhelm you while you try to fight it helplessly isn’t going to solve anything

 

Photo by Radu Florin on Unsplash

Mandy Kloppers
Author: Mandy Kloppers

Mandy is a qualified therapist who treats depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, trauma, and many other types of mental health issues. She provides online therapy around the world for those needing support and also provides relationship counselling.

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