Stress: Prevention and Complications

Prevention Tips

  • Try not to get into situations that make you feel angry or upset.
  • Don t drink too much alcohol or caffeine, or use illegal drugs as a way to cope in the long term, these things will only make you feel worse.
  • Regular exercise keeps body healthy both physically and mentally.
  • Relaxation is an effective way to help reduce muscle tension associated with stress. There are many different relaxation techniques e.g. yoga, meditation, massage.
  • Some people find therapies such as acupuncture, homeopathy, herbal medicine and aromatherapy effective in both preventing and relieving stress.
  • Eat a well-balanced, healthy diet. Donot overeat.
  • Get adequate amounts of sleep.
  • Don t use nicotine, cocaine, or other recreational drugs.
  • Take breaks from work. Make sure to balance fun activities with your responsibilities.
  • Spend time with people doing activities you enjoy. 
  • Think positively
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When to See Doctor

Consult a doctor if you experience
  • Excess anxiety
  • Misuse alcohol or drugs
  • Have irrational fears
  • Significant change in sleeping or eating habits
  • Having suicidal thoughts or urge to hurt others
  • Engage in self-mutilation, self-destructive or dangerous behavior

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