[WI] Calming Your Mind and Lowering Your Stress Levels

Most people, on a daily basis, try to do too much every day. It is time calm your mind and lower your stress levels. Focusing on too many things on any given day, leads to confusion, causing anxiety and annoyance.

This kind of unnecessary stress can play havoc on the mind (and body), but there is good news ‒ it is possible to lower your stress levels and calm your mind, which will help you feel better each day.

As a matter of fact, these issues can be overcome with just a few modest, easy techniques!

We all need some “me-time”. Take time for yourself. Trying to be all things to all people, is not realistic, and also not always doing everything and solving all problems in just one single day.

No-one should expect that of you! And if they do expect you to be all things at all times, you must realize that it is not healthy. It is time that you do what’s right for you and what is best for you.

Your health and happiness depend on it!

Here are some easy ways to Calm Your Mind

Some of the biggest and easiest ways include meditation and prayer ‒ two of the best methods of calming a restless mind. However, these are not all you can do. Life offers many other choices to help you relax, feel better and live a stress-free life:

  • Get involved in volunteer or charity work or physically do something to help the less fortunate
  • Get up and go to the gym, take the dog for a walk or start running or swimming for daily exercise
  • Tune into your favorite music
  • Use your mind for joyous pursuits that interest you
  • Go to the movies or a live show
  • Play with your children or pets – throw some ball!

Everyone enjoys different things in life. Find what relaxes you and practice it when you start feeling stressed or your mind starts running away from you.

Don’t allow your negative thoughts to bully you out of your dreams.

Your dreams are yours ‒ nurture them!

As far as your mind goes, being busy is not the issue.

Being busy with things that aggravate you and lowers your mood is the problem.

Deal with things that upset you, then let it go and move on to things that you enjoy. Get it out of the way. You can do this with your mind ‒ just like you would with something unpleasant you have to do at home or work.

Get Rid of Stress

Stress buildup in your mind as thoughts, but it can become a physical problem.

Feeling tense, anxious, uneasy, angry or upset can cause unexplainable aches and pains. It can even cause heart disease. Chronic stress can compromise your health seriously!

It is quite possible to let stress go and feel better every day.

3 easy ways to lower your stress:

  1. Concentrate on what matters to you. What is more important for you? Work at your goals and get your priorities straight. Working towards something that you want, makes you feel good about yourself and your future. Do it every day ‒ small steps at a time.
  2. Relieve your stress in a physical and mental way. Releasing stress keeps it from building up. Do something about it – start every day fresh; leave the stress from the previous day behind.
  • Find something that relaxes you, like music, spending time with the kids, going for a walk…
  • Exercise as much as you can. Exercise gives you a rush of oxygen and releases copious amounts of endorphins, the “feel good” hormone. And if there’s no time to go to the gym or take a long walk, run up the stairs instead of using the escalator or elevator, park far away so that you can walk, or throw some ball with the kids or your dog.
  1. Practice this consistently. Release your stress every day, even when you’re not as stressed so that it won’t be a struggle when you really need it. When you feel good, it’s natural to forget about stress and let it go, but you have to keep it at a distance. Avoid getting complacent.
  • Keep stress at bay, even when you feel great!

Whatever you do to calm your mind and lower your levels of stress, make sure it suits you and your lifestyle.

Only you know what you really need and what makes you feel calm, safe and at peace.

Practicing this peacefulness each day, it won’t be long before you start feeling calmer, even in situations where previously you would have gone over the edge.

Your thoughts will be clearer, and physically you will feel stronger as your body will be free from upsetting stress and anxiety.

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About The Author

Hannes Dreyer

Wealth Creator | Mentor | Coach - Dr Hannes Dreyer is one of the world’s leading authorities in Wealth Creation. As a speaker and author on the subject he is at the forefront of his personal development industry. He is the founder of the Wealth Creators University, a private education organisation based on the culmination of 30 years of experience, research and study info finances, economics, psychology and philosophy.

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