Manage Your Stress and Health

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  • dateJanuary 11, 2020
  • time3 min read

Our everyday lives are loaded with a crazy amount of things to get done – from working, to traveling, to shopping, to cooking and being there for your loved ones. It can be overwhelming and you may be inclined to put your own health and happiness aside.

With a few easy tips, you can reduce your stress and stay on track with your health.

1. Stay Organized and Plan Ahead

The key to maintaining your sanity through busy times is to stay on a schedule as best as possible. Try to plan ahead and keep a calendar. Choose social gatherings and events that work with your schedule and don’t overbook. It’s ok to say no.

2. Just Say No

Sometimes we just have too many things going on at once and it’s ok to say no. Believe it or not, your friends and family will understand if you can’t make it to their get-together. Remind them you look forward to making it to the next. The last thing you want to do is burn the candles at both ends. That’s why it’s important to remember your limits and say no when needed.

3. Don’t Ditch Healthy Habits

A nutritious diet and exercise routine help ward off stress even in the toughest of times. No matter how busy you get, you should always make time for your health. On top of that, junk food and a sedentary lifestyle have a tendency to increase risk of depression and stress.

4. Nutritional Support

Try supplementing with nutrients that can help during busy times. Sundown® L-Theanine Stress Formula is the perfect supplement to help you reach a calm and relaxed mood.* L-Theanine is an active phytochemical that can also be found in Japanese green tea. Just 2 capsules a day can help support a calm, relaxed mood.*

5. Take a Breather

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and stressed, take a moment to yourself to calm down and unwind. If you need to, ask someone else to help you with the any tasks you have on your plate. Even stopping to take 10 deep breaths can lighten the mood and lift the weight off your shoulders. And remember to smile – a smile is an instant mood booster.

6. Don’t Overload Yourself

You’re only one person, you can’t do everything. Know your limits and stay within them. Don’t take on too much and you’ll be better at what you choose to do. If you need help, don’t be afraid to ask for it.