How to deal with stress

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Please can u guys give me some tips and advice on how to deal with stress as sometimes I stress too much about stuff and for the first time ever today I had really high blood pressure and felt faint because of it. Also, I am an over thinker which doesn’t really help and I don’t ever want my bp to go that high EVER AGAIN cos of my medical record it could be fatal

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Speak to your GP - therapy in conjunction with managing your physical health condition with appropriate medication (if applicable) is important.

Journal, meditate, make art, music, exercise (moderately), etc.
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Which kind of stress?
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mindfulness helps alot
just spend a few minutes where you forget about everything and relax whenever you feel stressed
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What’s your diet like? Exercise, yoga and meditation can help. Have you spoken to your GP?
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(Original post by shebk)
Which kind of stress?
Like stress about something I don’t have any control over
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mindfulness helps alot
just spend a few minutes where you forget about everything and relax whenever you feel stressed
How exactly pls could u expand? :confused:
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What’s your diet like? Exercise, yoga and meditation can help. Have you spoken to your GP?
My diet is healthy and I workout every day, no I haven’t spoke to my GP as this was the first time I was so stressed that my bp was v high.
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My diet is healthy and I workout every day, no I haven’t spoke to my GP as this was the first time I was so stressed that my bp was v high.
How did you measure your BP? Do you have an existing condition?
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How did you measure your BP? Do you have an existing condition?
We own a bp monitor thing at home. Yeah I have medical condition but not related to stress like I don’t have a mental health condition
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How much iron do you eat? I'm often anaemic and my symptoms are light headedness, tiredness, and more stressed than normal.
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How much iron do you eat? I'm often anaemic and my symptoms are light headedness, tiredness, and more stressed than normal.
Omg maybeee umm idk how much iron I eat? What food in particular has iron?
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- Meditate
- Talk to someone
- Eat healthy, well-balanced meals
- Exercise or do something which you enjoy
- Take a break
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(Original post by AM.TSR)
- Meditate
- Talk to someone
- Eat healthy, well-balanced meals
- Exercise or do something which you enjoy
- Take a break
Ok ty for the advice :yep:
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How exactly pls could u expand? :confused:
https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress...n/mindfulness/
Read this
It's basically about bringing yourself to the moment and forgetting about whatevers stressing you out, you can literally do it anywhere you want whenever you want
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https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress...n/mindfulness/
Read this
It's basically about bringing yourself to the moment and forgetting about whatevers stressing you out, you can literally do it anywhere you want whenever you want
Tyyy 🙃
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Hi

Please can u guys give me some tips and advice on how to deal with stress as sometimes I stress too much about stuff and for the first time ever today I had really high blood pressure and felt faint because of it. Also, I am an over thinker which doesn’t really help and I don’t ever want my bp to go that high EVER AGAIN cos of my medical record it could be fatal

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think about the good things in your life and future. i have the same issue, but every time i pray i feel unburdened and a lot better. i pray everything works out for you, God Bless truly
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Hi I find that podcasts work well if you find the right one that maybe relates to you and also getting urself busy if during the day, a good breathing exercise is smell the flowers blow out the candles x
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