Get enough sleep. Some people can get by on just a few hours but most of us need at least eight, so don’t deprive yourself.
Eat sensibly. You may feel too nervous to eat if your adrenaline is pumping round your body but make sure you have a good breakfast and keep your fruit and fish intake high.
Use relaxation techniques, such as meditation or yoga, to clear your mind and revitalize your body.
Exercise. Whether you dance round the living room to your fave CD or take it our on a punchbag down at the gym, physical activity boost your circulation and releases tension.
Set yourself reasonable targets and work towards them. It’s important to recognize and accept your limits. And whenever you achieve one of your goals. Treat yourself to a break and indulge in a spot of whatever helps you to relax.
When revising, pace yourself. Your brain – brilliant as it is – can only take in so much info at any one time.
Source: Malaysia Cleo Magazine December 2008 Issue No.158
We all suffer from stress from relationship, friendship, studies or work. So I thought this might help to relieve some stress happening to the people around us. I used to cry to kill my stress or sometimes go for a shopping which is bad because you might end up buying anything you see even though you don’t need it at all. In MSN Today , there’s a topic on this too, Kiss Off Stress. How do you take your stress of out of yourself? And why?
♥ Traclyn Yeoh
A Malaysian beauty blogger expressing her views on beauty and life's other superficial aspects. Not to mention, beauty tutorials to appease the die-hard beauty junkies.