“There is nothing that wastes the body like worry, and one who has any faith in God should be ashamed to worry about anything whatsoever”. – Mahatma Gandhi
The person who is worrying is trying to keep himself sick. Keep your worries at bay with these simple steps. Some important step to lead a stress free life.
Important step for stress free life
Never worry alone:
Talk to someone about your problems. This will help you to put your problems in proper perspective.
Get the facts:
To overcome from your worry. You need to find the basis for your worry, find out and collect the facts, analyze the facts and write down what is worrying you. It will help and isolate and identify the problem. Make a decision and act on it. This is a good one, because we habitually worry about something we are uncertain about.
Don’t waste your time or energy by worrying. Try to confront and resolve your problems.
Take care of your body:
Exercise daily, eat healthy food and get enough sleep. Taking care of your body will not only help reduce tension, but also give more energy to deal with the problem.
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Don’t resort to taking unnecessary drugs or alcohol. Seek professional help, if needed.
Live for the moment:
Don’t worry what will happen in the future or about what happened in the past. Focus, instead specifically on the present.
Always focus on the positive side of the things instead of brooding on negative thoughts. Develop a sense of humor.
This is the best way to flock worry out of your mind. Plenty of action is cure for worry. So, always keeping yourself busy, when your mind is occupied with work, you will not get time to worry. This helps not only to eliminate your worry but also negative thoughts from your mind.
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Count your blessings:
Whenever your worries make you feel low, think of the blessings. You will start to feel better.
“I believe God is managing affairs and that He doesn’t need any advice from me. With God in charge, I believe everything will work out for the best in the end. So what is there to worry about?” – Henry Ford