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Tips to Help with Anxiety and Stress on a Daily Basis
Monday, 29 March 2021

Anxiety and stress can affect many facets of our daily lives. Often, we do not even notice that our tense shoulders, pounding headache or rushing mind are symptoms of the stress we encounter day-to-day because we are constantly on the move. However, it is important to slow down and give your body time to rest and unwind. There are many ways to practice mindfulness to help with anxiety and stress. Here are a few practices you can add to your routine to help release tension and stay grounded.


Meditation is an age-old practice that is known to help reduce stress. It comes in many forms, but the ultimate aim is to reconnect the mind with the body. Often combined with many spiritual practices, meditation is a technique to center yourself when you feel like your world is running away with you.
The idea is to calm your mind and body and let the stress melt away. While this is much easier said than done, it is a practice that you can incorporate into your daily routine. Over time it will become second nature. What it involves is sitting or lying in a relaxed position and focusing on your breath and thoughts, letting them come and go with ease. This will hopefully create an awareness of your mind-body connection.


Although stretching is not an official form of meditation. Many people find that stretching and meditation have a lot in common. It is a very soothing practice that you can dedicate 10 to 15 minutes a day to. It incorporates breath work and a mind-body relationship, while also keeping you in shape. If you have been sitting at a desk all day and need to unwind, stretching is a great way to loosen up both physically and mentally.

CBD oil

CBD oil is a natural remedy that can be used as a way to treat stress and anxiety. It is one of the active ingredients found in marijuana; however, unlike TCH (tetrahydrocannabinol), CBD is not psychoactive and does not give you that ‘high’ feeling. Instead it interacts with the body’s own endocannabinoid system and serotonin receptors to help with both pain and anxiety issues.
Many studies have found that CBD oil is a great supplement to add to your daily routine if you suffer from anxiety, pain, and stress, since it interacts with your serotonin receptors and eases the physical effects of anxiety. It is easy to introduce it into the body, through oils or gummies.


Often it is the smallest and simplest practices that have the biggest effect. Journaling, for example, is a way to destress at any time of the day. If you find yourself overwhelmed with emotion or confused and need to write things out—take ten minutes to jot down whatever is in your head. Getting stress out on the page can be a very productive way to clear your mind, as well as a great form of self-care. There is no right or wrong way to journal, either, you can draw, scribble, write, or scrap book – whatever you want to help you work through your thoughts and feelings.
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