How to Handle Stress

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1. Introduction
A person who undergoes stress will feel a tendency to sweat, headache, feeling anger, sadness, food craving and alcohol abuse. In this text we shall learn about how to reduce stress which is deep breathing, positive imagery and laughter. 2. Body Paragraph 1

A) The simplest of all stress-reduction techniques is deep breathing. (i) Take a deep breathes from the pit of your stomach inhale through your nose. (a) When air is drawn into the nose, the air can smooth the blood flow to the brain and this will reduce the strain. (ii)Breathe out through your mouth by making a whooshing sound. (a) When you breathe through your mouth, it will make you feel relieved from stress. (iii)Continue deep breathing for about 5 to 10 minutes at a time once or twice a day. (a) The continuous steps repeated will stretch the brain and nerve this will indirectly reduce the pressure.

(iv)Conclusion
If you think that you are having stress, you are encourage follow the techniques of reducing stress which is take a deep breath.

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B)Visualization is a technique of using positive mental imagination. (i)Lie down or sit comfortably and close your eyes.
(a) This step can relax the mind and can forget for a moment the problem. (ii)Now imagine it is a beautiful day and you are surrounded by a refreshing fragrance. (a) By imagining the following steps you can calm your mind and you will have the eager to continue back that day. iii)Now imagine that you are in green forest and relax your mind. (a)Your mind will be refreshed when you see the green plants plus you will feel comfortable. (iv)Now mentally count 1, 2, and 3, slowly open your eyes. (a)After your eyes opened, you will feel absolutely calm and completely relaxed

(v) Conclusion
The visualization techniques will directly help you to reduce your stress and it will immediately resolve the stress.

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