How you can beat stress

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Offline russellmitu

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How you can beat stress
« on: May 24, 2013, 04:24:34 PM »
We find you ways ...simple ways that will keep your stress and anxiety levels away

Smile: One needs to smile a lot, so try watching an old David Dhawan flick or a comedy movieat home or a comedy show on TV - Comedy Central has many good shows.

Shed your tears: Sometimes its essential to let your feelings out and if in that process you cry it cleanses your system and unloads you of a lot of baggage that you are carrying. So crying is good sometimes.

Show love: If you have a small child in the neighbourhood, or a dog or a pet at home, nothing better than having fun with them, playing with them and showering love on them. It will surely de-stress you.

Smell: Scented candles sometimes make your room the best of place to be. It puts you in a very good mood. Even scented incense sticks make you feel pure and nice from within.

Eat a nice meal that you have made yourself. Could be anything from a pizza to a rajma rice.

Listen to a nice song....a song that you have cherished or makes you feel good about life. Sunidhi Chauhan's unplugged version of Yaariyan from Cocktail is very good. Or listen to some instrumental music fromYanni or a classical music sarod or santoor music.

Look at pictures from old friends or old memories of school.

Say no to people who just pass your time but lack quality conversations. Stop people from taking you for granted. Instead of spending time with a group of people who are just boring, spend time at home doing something good.

Meditate and chant Omkara a few times. The fresh air and chanting will cool the mind.
KH Zaman
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Offline R B Habib

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Re: How you can beat stress
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2013, 05:46:34 PM »
Thanks for sharing. Felt good  after reading since I unknowingly do all of them.
Rabeya Binte Habib
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Department of English
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
Daffodil Int. University