It seems that being busy is necessary for anyone, it seems that it is a social rule and that no one can escape it if they want to have a “good status”. But always being too busy can create a lot of stress and you end up exhausted and lethargic every day. Chronic stress can make you sick, so if you’re always too busy, you need to stop right now! These tips are for you, and you should read them immediately! Do not think that “you do not have time for this”, because it is necessary that you do, it could change your life for the better!

Relieving stress to be well is essential, especially for people who are always too busy. The problem is that this “occupation” seems to be a difficult habit to put aside … and that you like to have this investment of energy . One of the best things you can do is find some steps to regulate your life so that stress is no longer a problem for you … leaving more empty spaces in your schedule!

Quick stress relievers

If you feel stressed at any time of the day, you need to know how to calm yourself by doing things that make you feel good. It can be breathing, painting a mandala, going for a walk, etc. Find the way that works best for you to quickly calm down wherever you are.

Less caffeine!

If you are one of the people who needs a cup of coffee in the morning to get a little extra energy, then you should know that caffeine can exacerbate your response to stress and prevent you from experiencing a restful sleep at night, creating a cycle of deprivation chronicle of sleep. Caffeine can have negative effects on your health and therefore, the ideal is that you limit its infestation … you can get energy without having to drink 5 coffees a day. 

Sleep more and better

When your schedule is too busy, the first thing you may do is cut down on sleeping time, thinking that this way you can make better use of your time and be more productive. Big mistake! This will only make you feel more tired and make mistakes that you wouldn’t make if you had a good night’s rest. You must know what is the dream you need … and carry it out!

You can’t miss something on your agenda: exercise!

If you tend to feel constantly tired because of your stress or your busy schedule … doing a little exercise can help you have more energy and feel better in less time. Although if you feel busy you may not find a space for exercise, it is important that you try. You don’t have to spend hours in the gym, you can break exercise into small parts of the day!

You can get it!

It is important that you develop an attitude of “I can do it”, “I can try”, “I can get it” . Much of your experience of stress depends on your attitude and what you say about the situation you live. For example, learning how to view stress as a “challenge” rather than a threat can make you feel more energetic … they can be opportunities for growth!

Quickly relieve your stress

If you don’t have time to be able to handle stress, then you will need a little positive thinking to get there. You may also need to take vitamins (talk to your doctor about this and your daily fatigue ), work with background music that makes you feel good, or go for a walk 10 minutes before or after your workday. This can lead to a better lifestyle and benefits from your busy schedule.

Learn to say NO

Maybe your schedule is so busy because you don’t know how to say no to things that are not worth it or that are not really within your competence. People have different reasons for being busy, but many people find themselves busy regardless of their circumstances because they have trouble saying no to other people’s demands on their time. If this happens to you, you will have to learn to say no without feeling guilty

Elle Mcdonald

I am Elle Mcdonald Specializations in Psychology . Graduated in psychology from the University of Tennessee in 2000. Diploma of Advanced Studies in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and psychological treatments with excellent results.

First Level of Master in Clinical Psychology at the Center for Behavioral Therapists (recognized with a scientific-professional nature by the College of Psychologists)

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