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  • coachrichasharma - Richa Sharma @coachrichasharma 9 seconds ago
  • #STRESSHACKS☘️ When you get stressed by a breakup, a deadline, an argument,a bad driver,a tax bill or being overworked, your heart beats faster, you breathe more rapidly, and your muscles tense up. Because the stress response is rapid, you need stress-relief strategies you can engage quickly. There’s no time to have a long conversation with yourself. We need our stress hacks to calm ourselves immediately.

1. Recognize when you begin to feel stressed.

2.Stop overthinking the thought which adds on to the stress bulk.

3. Take a few slow, rhythmic breaths with long exhales.
Slow, rhythmic breathing activates the vagus nerve — a large nerve that travels throughout the body and links your brain with your heart, lungs, gut, and other major organs. 
4. Describe three things you see right now.
Describe three things you see around you in terms of size, shape, texture, and color. For example, the brown, rough bark of a large tree. This exercise can be done indoors or outdoors. It brings your attention back to the present moment and neutral aspects of experience. 
5. Look at a picture of a nature scene or listen to your favorite song.
Looking at nature scenes can speed your heart’s recovery from stress.Music relaxes and relieves our  stressed nerves. 
6. Redirect your work to something you love doing.
Instead of trying to calm down, think about harnessing the energy of your stress chemicals to help you work hard and stay motivated. Think about your passion for the task you are doing or the ideas you want to convey.

7. Stand up straight.
Standing upright not only makes you feel more confident, but it actually decreases stress hormones.Studies by researcher Amy Cuddy show that standing with an upright posture increases testosterone and decreases levels of the stress hormone cortisol. This seems to cause people to feel less anxious and more assertive and confident.

Simple steps with powerful results.

For more schedule your session at
www.coachrichasharma.com

#change #personaldevelopment #liveinspired #growth #hackintoyourlife #solutionoriented #resolve #gratitude #forgiveness #love #relationships #parenting #goals #midlife #millenials #stress #depression #mentalhea #stresshacks☘️ When you get stressed by a breakup, a deadline, an argument,a bad driver,a tax bill or being overworked, your heart beats faster, you breathe more rapidly, and your muscles tense up. Because the stress response is rapid, you need stress-relief strategies you can engage quickly. There’s no time to have a long conversation with yourself. We need our stress hacks to calm ourselves immediately. 1. Recognize when you begin to feel stressed. 2.Stop overthinking the thought which adds on to the stress bulk. 3. Take a few slow, rhythmic breaths with long exhales. Slow, rhythmic breathing activates the vagus nerve — a large nerve that travels throughout the body and links your brain with your heart, lungs, gut, and other major organs. 4. Describe three things you see right now. Describe three things you see around you in terms of size, shape, texture, and color. For example, the brown, rough bark of a large tree. This exercise can be done indoors or outdoors. It brings your attention back to the present moment and neutral aspects of experience. 5. Look at a picture of a nature scene or listen to your favorite song. Looking at nature scenes can speed your heart’s recovery from stress.Music relaxes and relieves our stressed nerves. 6. Redirect your work to something you love doing. Instead of trying to calm down, think about harnessing the energy of your stress chemicals to help you work hard and stay motivated. Think about your passion for the task you are doing or the ideas you want to convey. 7. Stand up straight. Standing upright not only makes you feel more confident, but it actually decreases stress hormones.Studies by researcher Amy Cuddy show that standing with an upright posture increases testosterone and decreases levels of the stress hormone cortisol. This seems to cause people to feel less anxious and more assertive and confident. Simple steps with powerful results. For more schedule your session at www.coachrichasharma.com #change #personaldevelopment #liveinspired #growth #hackintoyourlife #solutionoriented #resolve #gratitude #forgiveness #love #relationships #parenting #goals #midlife #millenials #stress #depression #mentalhea
  • #stresshacks☘️ When you get stressed by a breakup, a deadline, an argument,a bad driver,a tax bill or being overworked, your heart beats faster, you breathe more rapidly, and your muscles tense up. Because the stress response is rapid, you need stress-relief strategies you can engage quickly. There’s no time to have a long conversation with yourself. We need our stress hacks to calm ourselves immediately. 1. Recognize when you begin to feel stressed. 2.Stop overthinking the thought which adds on to the stress bulk. 3. Take a few slow, rhythmic breaths with long exhales. Slow, rhythmic breathing activates the vagus nerve — a large nerve that travels throughout the body and links your brain with your heart, lungs, gut, and other major organs. 4. Describe three things you see right now. Describe three things you see around you in terms of size, shape, texture, and color. For example, the brown, rough bark of a large tree. This exercise can be done indoors or outdoors. It brings your attention back to the present moment and neutral aspects of experience. 5. Look at a picture of a nature scene or listen to your favorite song. Looking at nature scenes can speed your heart’s recovery from stress.Music relaxes and relieves our stressed nerves. 6. Redirect your work to something you love doing. Instead of trying to calm down, think about harnessing the energy of your stress chemicals to help you work hard and stay motivated. Think about your passion for the task you are doing or the ideas you want to convey. 7. Stand up straight. Standing upright not only makes you feel more confident, but it actually decreases stress hormones.Studies by researcher Amy Cuddy show that standing with an upright posture increases testosterone and decreases levels of the stress hormone cortisol. This seems to cause people to feel less anxious and more assertive and confident. Simple steps with powerful results. For more schedule your session at www.coachrichasharma.com #change #personaldevelopment #liveinspired #growth #hackintoyourlife #solutionoriented #resolve #gratitude #forgiveness #love #relationships #parenting #goals #midlife #millenials #stress #depression #mentalhea
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