Lets Talk Managing Stress

Causes Of Emotional Stress

Hi there, I am David. I am the founder and owner of this website. I created this website so that I could help people manage their stress. Like a lot of people, I also suffer from stress and to be honest I also suffer from anxiety. Over a period of time, I have learned a lot about stress and anxiety from the common person’s viewpoint and have come across different methods, techniques and ideas on how to manage stress. Some good, some okay and some crap. So I thought I would share with you what I have learned.

Lets Talk Managing Stress

I want to talk about effective ways to manage stress. Personally I do not like a lot of theory and little or no practical stuff. I much prefer to learn about a technique quickly and put that technique into use straight away to see if it helps. Some ideas like meditation require a regular time commitment and it may take some time to see the benefits of that. There are a number of different meditation techniques. I have learned about and practiced a few of them, some I like and some I do not like as much and some I find quite hard to do. Over time, I will be talking about this different meditation techniques as meditation is a very useful way to manage stress.

Some techniques will naturally fall by the wayside and others will be kept. Some techniques require a regular time element and it is not always possible to spend as much time om those techniques due to other life commitments.

For instance, meditation is a great effective way to manage stress. There are many different meditation techniques out there, and you could spend anywhere from 3 minutes daily doing meditation to hours daily. Building a 3 minute daily meditation practice is way more achievable than a meditation daily practice of hours. However doing it every day for a short period is more effective than doing longer periods most days or so the meditation people tell us.

10 Effective Ways In Managing Stress

  • Slowing down – Do not be rushing all the time
  • Keeping Calm – Techniques to help you in the heat of things
  • Positive Mind-set/Changing Your Mind – Reframing situations so that you reduce stress
  • Taking It Easy – So that you are ready for the more serious stuff
  • Unplugging – Removing yourself so that you are not available online 24/7
  • Enjoying Life/Having Fun – Enjoying fun activities is a great way to reduce stress for sure
  • Breathing/Sleeping – Letting out a loud sigh when breathing out signals to your body to relax and getting the correct amounts of high quality sleep is a major preventive activity
  • Relaxing – Practicing relaxation techniques is another great way to manage stress
  • Outside Activities – Going for a decent walk on a regular basis in a natural safe and secure environment
  • Meditation – Building a meditation practice has many long term benefits including stress relief

This website has articles about many of these effective ways in managing stress. Please take the time to explore this website in great detail. There are “hacks” to help you manage stress or to help you manage anxiety in the following recommended resources:

Recommended Resources

Again, I’m David. I wish you all the best with your managing stress activities. I thank you for visiting my website today. As I update my website with new information that I know you will find interesting on a regular basis, make sure that you visit my website regularly. Be sure to bookmark this site. 🙂

Feel free to contact me if you ever need anything. You can always drop me a message below. 🙂

Of course, if you have a way of managing stress that you find effective, or that you want to learn more about, you can always drop me a message below. I might write a future article about that technique. 🙂

Peace,
David

Founder and Owner of LetsTalkManagingStress.com
web: LetsTalkManagingStress.com

Let me know if you have any applicable thoughts on this great subject by leaving your applicable thoughts below. Many thanks. 🙂

About David

My name is David and in common with a lot of people I suffer from stress. In my experience of managing my stress I have learned different ways of managing stress. I suffer less than I used to because I have learned how to manage this way better and proactively do so regularly. This is working for me. I hope my stress management blog helps you. Continue Reading

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6 Comments on “Lets Talk Managing Stress”

  1. Simon R C Thomas says:

    Hi David
    What a fantastic website it is great to see a site combining all of the different effects of stress and solutions to the problems all in one place. I especially like your emotional stress graphic it is very concise and informing. Thanks for the information and I look forward to reading more of your work.

    1. David says:

      Hi Simon,

      I am thrilled and excited that you like my website. I learned a lot about stress over the last while and wanted to share that information in such a way that other people find useful and of benefit in their own lives. There are potentially loads of different solutions, some work, some do not, and some require a regular time commitment in order to keep stress levels down to an acceptable level. This is why I suggest that you know a number of different stress management techniques so that you have a number of options available to you to help you manage your own stress levels. I learned a number of stress management techniques in the Conscious Stress Management course. Click Here To Read My Review Of The Conscious Stress Management Course. I find that knowing more stress management techniques helps me to manage my stress.

      Peace,
      David

  2. Gabe says:

    It’s crazy because for the past 7 months it feels like I’ve been stuck in this never ending loop of problems happening one after another. And after looking at some techniques to help manage your stress, there’s at least 6 of them that I don’t do and I feel like it would really make a difference in my life. The one that stands out the most though is slowing down, I am always rushing from place to place because either I’m on a time crunch, or I put myself in a time crunch because I know I only have a little time before I’m on a time crunch again lol.

    But this is just life, and if I just slow down and calm down everything will work itself out. Thanks for the article man this really helps!

    1. David says:

      Hi Gabe, 

      I know, life is so busy all the time that we forget to slow down sometimes. I know from my experience that taking up meditation on a daily basis helps me to slow down, which in turn allows me to manage my stress better. A while back I knew next to nothing about meditation, so I did an online course. Thanks to it and my determination, I now practice meditation every day. One of the benefits of meditation is that it allows you to slow down for some time. I learned a number of different meditation techniques in that course. Click here to read my review of that course.

      Peace,
      David

  3. I think you already have a great website and with time it will get even better. Thanks for doing what you are doing! Nowadays a lot of people suffer from stress and anxiety, and they need people like you who are going through the same experience. You know what helped you to manage stress, anxiety and you can help others to find their way to deal with these problems. Thanks for being you and want to help others.
    I love you 10 effective ways to manage stress. I would make this list differently, but still, it’s great. We all look at things differently, and that makes this life and world so unique and beautiful.
    Thanks again! Great recommendation about meditation course!

    1. David says:

      Hi Linda,

      Thanks. Everyone experiences life in different ways and this includes experiencing stress and anxiety. I think that it is very important to be aware of a number of different approaches which help to make it better for people. Stress and anxiety can build up over time and people may reach a tipping point. I hope that the information here helps to keep people on the right side of that tipping point.

      I experienced a really bad panic attack a while back and no way do I want a repeat of it. I also do not want anyone to experience a panic attack. If I had been following some more of the suggested activities above, I might not have experienced that bad panic attack.

      The meditation course I mention is one I did myself and I now do meditation every single day with no let up whatsoever. It helps me greatly.

      Peace,
      David

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