There are many techniques to effectively manage stress.
Today I will be talking about some easy ways to cope with stress.
Self-Awareness: Be aware of our thoughts, feelings, judgments, beliefs, and perceptions.
Self-awareness, or being aware of the self, is the tendency to focus attention on the private aspects of the self.
It includes self-exploration, recognizing one's strengths and weaknesses, and knowing one's self. notes that increasing self-knowledge comes from listening to ourselves: what we are, who we are, and how we are.
Become aware of your personal thinking style: Sometimes people think in a focused way, and at other times they think more broadly. The mode of thinking is connected to self-esteem. Thinking positively. Remember where attention goes energy flow
Be aware of your intuitive powers: Intuition can provide much information about the inner self
Be aware of your emotions and feelings: This principle is about self-examination and an exploration of ways in which you might need to change. This method examines emotional patterns: how people express themselves spontaneously or in controlled ways, how they share their feelings.
Be aware of your body: This awareness includes how you are breathing and how your digestion, skin, or muscles feel.
Be aware of the environment: How are you obtaining information through sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste.
Be aware of how you relate to others: People can tell a lot about you by what you show of yourself, your appearance, your general demeanor, and what you say. Verbal and nonverbal behavior also tells a story about who you are. Your level of assertiveness is an aspect of relating and a means of insisting on having your interests respected while others advance their goals.