The average joe of today, is much more stressed than in previous times, this is because they are constantly racing against everything in their lives, be it their financials or personal lives, finding the perfect balance has proven to be almost impossible and often at the cost of personal health.
The current stressed out lifestyles people are leading, has been determined to be the culprit behind illnesses such as heart disease, depression, asthma, headaches, and even hair loss; a major demotivating factor for many individuals who usually feel pride and confidence with their hair.
These diseases begin to show signs even amongst youth, unlike old times, where people stayed fit even past their 80’s. Luckily treatments exist for most of the diseases, common diseases such as asthma and headaches can be treated quite easily using inhalers and headache treatment, unless the headache appears persistently, in which case the patient may require added treatments. At the other end of the scale, illnesses such as heart disease and depression too are seen in plentiful, these diseases can leave long term damages on both the physical and mental state of an individual. Treatment can be given but usually it is detected at the last moment and so the person will have to carry this added burden with them for the rest of their lives.
Unlike headache treatment, Heart disease and depression treatment is quite expensive. Mainly due to the fact that for minor things like headaches, many home remedies exist but for most others, heavy financial costs will be incurred, another stressful factor.
So, how does one escape from this hellish nightmare. Well unfortunately, you cannot simply abandon all responsibility and take a break. Instead you can tweak your lifestyle to include a few activities that will relax you from time to time.
An early morning jog before work should set your mind clean and keep you fit for the day to come, activities such as yoga and aerobics too show wondrous results if practiced daily. Some people may not even find time for this, in that case, simply going out to the park or beach with your family and friends, or going on a road trip could be the best stress reliever (it is not a requirement to travel in a group, sometimes being by yourself is all the relief you need). Drinking tea instead of coffee can also improve your stress levels due to the presence of antioxidants in tea.
The current society we are living in is extremely tough and demanding, but it should never be at the cost of health, using the above advice and remedies, stress will be a thing of the past.