Written by:Eli Ben-Yehuda, December 11, 2016

According to Harvard Medical School, one of the greatest things overlooked when treating high blood pressure is the amount of stress a patient is exposed to. So here are 7 ways we can manage stress in our day to day life.

  1. Get Enough Sleep: Sleep is such a high priority on the list because lack of sleep can have ill effects on our health. It effects our mood, mental concentration, and our levels of energy.
  2. Learn Relaxation Techniques: Whether it is meditation, deep breathing exercises, or yoga, all are powerful stress busters.
  3. Increase Your Social Network: Volunteer in an organization, take a pottery class, or join a support group.
  4. Learn Time Management Skills: The better you learn to manage time the better you can handle all the demands on your time.
  5. If Possible Resolve Stressful Situations: Learn to use negotiation skills at home and work. Do not let a stressful event eat away at you inside.
  6. Spoil Yourself: Have a spa day. Get yourself a full body massage, curl up with a good book, enjoy a cup of cocoa on a cold winter day.
  7. Ask For Help: Sometimes we are afraid to ask for help and the stress becomes worse. Ask your partner, your friends, and family for assistance.
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