Cheap Ways to Relieve Stress in Your Life

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Unfortunately, stress is a frequent part of most people’s lives. Whether it is over our jobs, money, health or family, stress can occur and wreak havoc on our bodies. While massages are great for relieving stress, not everyone can afford that luxury. Here are a few cheap ways to shake that stress from your day.

Exercise

We know, we know. You’ve heard it before, but that’s because it’s true. Exercising for a mere 30 minutes every day can help alleviate anxiety. Plus, working out can boost your mood, making you a happier and healthier version of yourself.

Journal

You don’t have to be a writer to journal. Journaling offers an outlet for working through your stressors. Also, you don’t have to write specifically about what is causing your stress. Just write whatever thoughts comes to mind. After a few entries, you will start to notice a difference in your stress levels.

Cuddle Your Pet

That’s right! Your furball could help lower your stress levels, and there’s scientific evidence to prove it. So give your pet a little extra love today. If you don’t own a pet, visit a local shelter. Volunteer to help with the routine cleaning or management and you can visit with the animals when you’re done. Both of those actions can help relieve some of your stress.

Sleep Well

Sleeping isn’t enough to curb that stress. You need to sleep well, and that means turning off all of your electronics at least 30 minutes before bed and getting a full eight hours of undisturbed rest.

Breathe Deep

Breathing exercises have been around for a long time, and for good reason. Focusing on your breathing will help you not focus on the things causing stress. Try taking a deep breath in through the nose and slowly out through the mouth.

Nap Time

Head back to grade school with this tactic! Naps are some of the best ways to relieve stress, just don’t push it too far. A 20 minute nap is just enough to help you refreshed.

Create a Budget

Is money getting you down? Creating a budget can help you take control of your finances and the stress that follows them. Need help? CreditGUARD is a trusted nonprofit that works to help people find their way out of debt. Give one of their certified credit counselors a call today for more information on their nonprofit debt management, debt consolidation and credit counseling services.

We hope these tips help you become a little less stressed!

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