Monday, 20 February 2017

Stress Management Techniques

          Stress is not good for your health. Our stress response has evolved from the need to be up to the task. Too much stress over too long a period of time can have negative consequences. We need to manage our stress down to appropriate levels so we can use it for its intended purpose. CustomSoft took a survey on Stress Management which is very helpful to you. Following are some points regarding Stress Management.

Ask for Help
If you feel like your stress is starting to affect your health then you have to talk with someone. Family and friends may have a pearl of wisdom or two to share, or maybe just an ear to listen.

You have to identify the causes of your stress 
Take a step back and look at what's causing your stress. List your stressors out in order of biggest effect to smallest. Identify the top one, and take it on and take action.

Practice good time management 
Doing one thing at a time is much more efficient and gets better results. Spend a few minutes each evening going over your list and determining your tasks for tomorrow. In the morning, go over the list and get started. Break tasks up into smaller chunks and take them on one at a time. Don't multitask. 

Take time out and get some rest
When you're stressed then take a time out and get some rest. Take a walk, have a cup of tea, meditate. You'll return refreshed and ready to tackle the tasks of the day.

Get some Exercise
This works to manage stress on many levels. It gives a much needed break from the stressors of the day. It improves your sleep. It improves your overall health. 

      CustomSoft values its Employees and helps them to reduce their stress by conducting some sessions and activities on Stress Management.