There are no two ways about it — you are stressed! And thinking about all the stress in your daily life makes you even more stressed. Just take a minute to reflect. What would it take to end your climb up that wall — even for a little while? A trip to Hawaii? A week at a luxurious health spa — one with herbal wraps, mud baths and unlimited massages?
Get real. If you could manage the time or wherewithal for Hawaii or a week at a spa, you wouldn’t be so stressed in the first place!
The fact is, there are some very manageable little ways to help you break the stress cycle. Here are ten of them that anyone can try in the privacy of her own home, on a limited budget with a limited time commitment. What could be more perfect and less stressful?
1. Strike the Right Chord
Listen to music. Whoever said “Music hath charms to soothe a savage breast, to soften rocks or bend knotted oak,” was probably talking about stress. If you like the idea as a stress buster and you’re up for something different, why not try hemi-sync meta music?
This technology combines the elements of the alpha, delta and theta electrical rhythms of the brain with other frequencies and the sounds of musical instruments to, reportedly, transform mental activity and help bring about moods of reveries, reflection, enhanced and deeper meditation, expanded awareness and profound levels of consciousness. Does it work? There’s no hard scientific data that says that it does, but there are large numbers of people who seem to enjoy it, and there is a warning attached to the label that advises you not to listen to this music while driving or operating heavy machinery.
If this music sounds too weird, try your favorites, whether it’s rock’ n’ roll, oldies, classical, cool jazz, easy listening, folk — you name it. Slip in the disc and let the music transform your stress into positive energy.
2. Be the Fixer
Fix something. Is the drip, drip, drip of that leaky faucet making you crazy? Fix it. It can be incredibly stressful waiting for the resident handyperson to get around to fixing what’s broken. Now you can do it yourself with “The Woman’s Fix-It Book” (Chandler House Press, $14.95, 1998). Author Karen Dale Dustman takes the scary factor out of simple weekend projects and home repair. She details the must-have components of a home repair/tool kit, clearly explains the basics with simple illustrations and encouragement, and covers an extensive array of household repairs — including emergencies and hazards. There’s even a glossary of terms and common tools with drawings and a resource section with manufacturer’s hotlines, consumer magazines, online help and government and nonprofit organizations. So if it’s broken, fix it yourself. It’s empowering.
3. Brew Up Some Peace of Mind
Have a cup of tea. It’s probably sitting on your cupboard shelf right now, just waiting for you. What could be more inviting than sitting down for a few minutes with a warm cup of steaming, aromatic tea?
“Drinking tea is an experience,” says Kerin Franklin, vice president of research and development at Celestial Seasonings in Boulder, Colo. “You don’t drink tea like you would coffee — to get a burst of caffeine. And you don’t drink it on the go like a soda. Tea is something to linger over.”
Tea calls the senses to sit up and take notice — but in a gentle and soothing voice. So settle into a comfy place and hold a warm cup in your hands. It feels good — especially on a chilly day. Breathe in the steaming aroma –like the spiciness of peppermint or the mellow scent of easy-to-digest chamomile. That’s aromatherapy at work. Now sip that warm, tasty liquid. It’s comfort food in a cup.
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