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Do you constantly find yourself stressed and never at ease? You are certainly not alone. There are many ways to live a stress-free life, you just need to find what works best for you. 

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Wake Up Early

Waking up early helps to kickstart your day and can help you get things done instead of letting them linger. Aside from that, it is also healthier for your body and can improve your mental health.

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Make A List

Make a list of things that make you happy and joyful. Look back at this list to remind yourself of those things and not to dwell on others that may lead to stress. Reinforcing positive things in your life will keep you focused and optimistic.

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Relax

Take a nap or breathe deeply. Use this break to relax and reconnect with yourself. Relaxing can help you stay calm and make yourself feel better.

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Meditate

Simply close your eyes, focus on your breathing, and concentrate on your current state. Meditation allows you to block out the exterior noise and focus on oneself. 

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Avoid Photo Credit: PixabayDistraction

Avoid cell phones, laptops and television to get things done. Avoiding distraction helps you focus instead of letting whatever needs to get done linger.

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Don’t Procrastinate

Procrastination is a guilty pleasure. The more procrastination the longer you might put aside things that need to get done. It’s best to get it over with and move onto the next.

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Listen To Music

Classical music has particularly been found to lower blood pressure, slow down your pulse and reduce stress hormones.

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Pet An Animal

Petting animals can increase levels of serotonin and dopamine, which are neurotransmitters that have calming properties.

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Look After Yourself

In the midsts of daily routines, don’t forget to take care of yourself. When confronted with a stressful situation, don’t turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms. Instead, give your mind a rest. 

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Focus

When you keep your focus, you’re able to accomplish more in an efficient manner. The more you can stay level-headed, the faster you can complete the task at hand.

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Accept And Face Challenges

When in a tough situation, accept it and find a solution. When you accept a challenge, it can have a positive impact on your mind and consciousness. Aside from that, accepting and facing challenges can make you a stronger individual in the long run! 

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Follow A Routine

A routine provides structure and an organized way of living. A well-rounded routine leads to utilizing each day in a better way. Fulfilling your routine will leave you feeling stress-free! 

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Give Yourself A Break And Set A Cheat Day

It is okay to have a day that’s all about you. Forget about all the responsibilities and the checklist that needs to get done. You’re allowed to have a day where you can be imperfect, relaxed and clumsy. 

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Stop Overthinking Simple Problems

Over-thinking can complicate situations. Devoting your thoughts to multiple situations can cause stress. Instead, approach ONE situation at a time and focus on getting a few answers at a time. Overthinking can get exhausting.

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Stay Away From Toxic Relationships

Toxic relationships can not only cause emotional strains, but can also increase stress. Avoid being involved with people that you think are negative influences.