Calming techniques

These days, people often feel more and more stressed as they grapple with priorities, demanding schedules and money worries, stress is very visible too - you can literally see stress in our faces and body language. With all of these things going on, it can be easy for your health to be impacted. When your stress response is first triggered, your information is filtered differently and your thoughts can become cloudy and you feel emotionally taxed. If this state is prolonged, it can escalate to chronic stress.
That's why it is important to manage your stress levels in a healthy way; below are a few strategies that may help you better control a stressful situation.
Calming Coping Strategies:
First, it’s very helpful to calm your physiology so you slow down and then stop your stress response - you will feel the benefit of this almost instantly. One useful tip to calm yourself is to go to a quiet place and take deep, long breaths. Breathe in, hold for five seconds, then exhale slowly.
Repeat several times. This exercise can help soothe your nerves and slow a racing heart.

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