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    8 science backed habits for stress management

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    8 science-backed habits for stress management

    1. Eat and drink wisely: "We are what we eat." Eating a balanced amount of fresh fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can help manage your stress. Studies have revealed that eating junk food has less capability to manage stress levels in your body. 

    2. Take a nap: One study has found that people who take a nap after a sleepless night had lower levels of cortisol (stress-related hormones). 

    3. Make a to-do list: Making a to-do list can help reduce stress, besides keeping you more focused on your tasks. 

    4. Make a budget: Money has been considered as the most stressful factor in our lives. So maintaining a budget can help you from overstressing. 

    5. Listen to the right music: If you are feeling low, try not to listen to music which will make you feel more stressed. Instead, switch to classical music or nature soundtracks which help in lowering down stress levels. 

    6. Confront what's stressing you: Knowing the factor that stresses you can help you eliminate them from your lifestyle. Ignoring the stressors can become severe, giving chronic stress for life. So as soon as you recognize the stressor, work on the way to flush it out from your life thoroughly. 

    7. Talk to a doctor: Talking to a professional doctor might help prevent chronic stress, which has become a health hazard in many countries of the world. 1 out of 3 Americans reported that they never discussed to a professional about managing their stress. 

    8. Take a break from what's stressing out: You already know what's stressing you out, so you have to make sure that you are exposing yourself to that situation in moderation. 

    It's your body, and you are the only one who has to keep it healthy. So stay away from all negativity and bring positive vibes to your body and mind. 

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