Let's start with the basic:

What is stress?

I like the Wikipedia's answer:

Physiological or biological stress is an organism's response to a stressor such as an environmental condition. Stress is a body's method of reacting to a challenge. According to the stressful event, the body's way to respond to stress is by sympathetic nervous system activation which results in the fight-or-flight response. Because the body cannot keep this state for long periods of time, the parasympathetic system returns the body's physiological conditions to normal (homeostasis). In humans, stress typically describes a negative condition or a positive condition that can have an impact on a person's mental and physical well-being.

Our focus here is more on the negative impact of stress and furthermore on the ways to minimise it or the keep this impact under control.

Here is a short list of my self-approved

methods to deal with stress:

Mindfulness — in my opinion the best preparation for meditation sessions
A few exercises are already online. Try them, step by step, the first day the first, second day the second, the third, the fourth, and so on.
Inspired by Jessica Wilker

Meditation — headspace or everything meditation practice that you enjoy

Sport — whatever you like, but do it at least for 30 min and at least twice a week.

A small portion of stress, which boosts your adrenaline, train your mind and by the end increase your self-confident. And real confidence is the best preparation for facing a stressful situation. It helps you to be good at stress like Kelly says.

Enjoy it and let me know how you feel with it!






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