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  • stress.

  • Everyone experiences it both at work and in their personal lives.

  • It's often caused by changes in the world around us that we can't control.

  • But what we can control is how we cope with and react to stress.

  • Let's take a look at some strategies for dealing with it.

  • Make time for hobbies and self care.

  • When we're stressed, we have a tendency to focus on the things that air stressing us out, and we lose sight of taking care of ourselves.

  • It's important to find some time in your schedule to relax or do what you enjoy.

  • This could give you a renewed sense of energy and well being.

  • Use time management skills.

  • There may be times where projects and tasks just start to pile up, and you feel trapped under it.

  • All this could be due to procrastinating or taking on too much work.

  • Try listing out your tasks and prioritizing them.

  • This could make it easier to get through them.

  • And who knows?

  • You may even find some tasks that are unnecessary or that you could delegate to others.

  • Exercise stress often makes us tired and increases our anxiety.

  • Studies have shown that over time exercise can help to reduce anxiety levels and make you feel more energetic.

  • Find an activity that you enjoy, whether it's walking, swimming or something else, and try fitting it into your schedule a few times a week.

  • Remove unnecessary sources of stress.

  • While you can't control the changes that happen to you, there may be certain stressors that you can eliminate.

  • For example, you could try limiting your access to daily news, spending less time on social media or reducing the number of new projects you take on.

  • While stress is inevitable, it's important to remember that there are always ways of managing it and improving the quality of your life.

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Coping with Stress

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/15
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