How I Learned to Deal With Stress

Stress is something that everyone experiences at one time or another. When I started getting panic attacks, I understood that I had to make some changes. I was required to the medical facility due to the fact that I thought I was having chest discomforts, and I believed I was going to pass away. After being required to the emergency clinic and examined, the physicians were convinced that my heart was fine and that I had been having an anxiety attack.

I might not believe that. It felt much, much worse than a panic attack, which constantly appeared to me as if that was for people who were “nervous Nellies”. A few weeks later I started having the very same signs and went to my own physician, and he stated the same thing. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. When he used me stress and anxiety medication I picked not to take it, because I wished to see how I could do on my own, now that I knew exactly what was going on.

The first thing I did was to give up coffee and caffeine. That was among the hardest things I have actually carried out in my life, and I still miss it. I did some reading and discovered details that suggested that, while it most likely wasn’t triggering my panic attacks, it was certainly making my anxiety even worse. I do feel much calmer considering that I stopped consuming coffee.

Next, I stopped hanging around negative people. I knew a lot of negative individuals at my task. None of us truly liked the work we did, so it was simple to be negative– and that’s exactly what the majority of people did. I understood that if I wished to stop feeling so stressed out, I needed to hang around people who weren’t as negative as the tension they were going through. Some people didn’t understand why I was distancing myself, but I certainly am glad I did.

I tried doing a lot of various things. The only thing that seems to helped me is directed meditation. I discover that if I meditate in the early morning, I feel much better in the early morning, which suggests I get more things done.

I likewise started exercising so I might decrease the stress in my life. Not excessive, just a few days a week at aerobics.

I’m taking actions to leave my job right now, as a matter of fact. While I’m feeling far better, that will probably work. As I mentioned, I do not like my task at all, and I can now see that it is making me ill. I can constantly find another task.

I know that I still have some work to do, however since making the above changes I feel better with my life.

It felt much, much even worse than a panic attack, which constantly seemed to me as if that was for individuals who were “nervous Nellies”. I do feel much calmer given that I stopped consuming coffee.

I realised that if I wanted to stop feeling so stressed out, I needed to hang around people who weren’t as unfavourable as the tension they were going through. I discover that if I meditate in the morning, I feel much better in the morning, which indicates I get more things done. While I’m feeling much better, that will probably do the trick.