Meditation Over Medication in Stress Management

Pills can do a lot of good things, but they should never be used to deal with stress problems. This is because stress should not be considered a disease. We need to consider it as it is: A signal pointing out that we’re in over our heads. This basically means that we need to use mind numbing techniques such as meditation in order to pull through any stressful situation.

Yoga helps a lot; just spend your time concentrating on your form and such instead of working on things that you can’t do anything about. Meditate for a good hour and a half a day and we can assure you that your mind will be way clearer than before which will cause your stress levels to lower almost instantaneously.

This might be hard to do at first, but it’ll be worth it on the long run. Unless you’re a psychopath that’s devoid of all emotions you should be able to maintain a positive mindset on a daily basis.

Sure, it might sound a bit fake at first, but that doesn’t really matter when the fact is that you will most likely improve your mental state this way over a relatively short period of time.

This is a sort of a “fake it until you make it” type of an ordeal, but if you do remind yourself to keep a positive mindset at all times then you should be able to avoid any stress build-up over the course of the day. In order to help you maintain that happiness level up and that stress level down you can also use media to your advantage. Turn off that depressing news station and instead how about you turn to some childish cartoons? Listen to happy-go- lucky music for once, try some Swing music from the 50s and relax. Life is good; there is no reason to pollute your mind with negativity and stress.

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Meditation Over Medication in Stress Management

Part 1 of Stress Management Series
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