There are a few simple, stand-alone stress reducers you can try that could have a significant impact on your overall stress levels.
The “best stress reducer” question cuts to the heart of stress management: “Is it possible to effectively relieve stress by just changing one thing?”
(You can even keep adding stress reducer strategies until you’re doing all five at once, but don’t feel you have to do it all now—one stress reducer is enough.)
I’m often asked this question: “If I were to only do one thing to relieve stress, what’s the best thing to do?”
Breathing exercises are a great overall stress reducer for the following additional reasons:
Learning stress relief breathing may just be my number-one stress reducer recommendation because it can be used quickly and easily by just about anyone, at any time and in any place.
I invite you to adopt one of these stress reducers into your stress-relief repertoire today and see what changes you experience.
This is a great question, because not everyone has the time or energy for an attitude and lifestyle overhaul in a short amount of time, especially when they’re at their most stressed (which is usually when they start looking for answers with stress management).