4 Simple Ways to Overcome Anxiety & Stress 

 November 30, 2022

By  Drs. David Hall & Troy Reistroffer

anxiety stressToday, people are under more stress than they ever have been in the past. Given everything you are dealing with, you may feel like your stress levels have increased significantly during the past few years as well. Therefore, it is important to find ways to alleviate stress and anxiety while also reducing complications and side effects. There are healthy and unhealthy ways to cope with stress, so what are a few of the best ways you can deal with stress and anxiety healthily? Keep reading to find out.

1. Get the Necessary Amount of Sleep

First, you need to make sure that you get enough sleep every night. The average adult requires between seven and eight hours of sleep every evening.

If you do not get enough sleep at night, you may wake up feeling tired the next day. As a result, you may not have enough energy to complete everything on your to-do list, which will only make your stress and anxiety worse.

If you are having a difficult time falling asleep or staying asleep at night, consider avoiding caffeine in the afternoon. Then, remember to separate yourself from screens for a little while before you go to sleep. These simple steps can make it easier for you to get the sleep you require.

2. Exercise Regularly

Next, make sure that you exercise regularly. Regular exercise can be a healthy outlet for stress relief.

If you have not exercised regularly in a long time, remember to start low and go slow. For example, you may want to start by walking around your neighborhood for a half-hour every day. Or, you may want to consider enrolling in some classes, such as yoga.

When you exercise regularly, you release endorphins that can make you feel happy, alleviating your stress.

3. Eat a Healthy Diet

Do not forget to pay close attention to what you eat and drink. Your diet is closely related to your stress levels.

For example, there are some people who try to cope with their stress by drinking alcohol. Drinking alcohol excessively can actually make your stress worse.

Furthermore, you might drink coffee in the morning to wake up. If you drink too much caffeine, you might become dependent on it, which can actually make your stress worse.

Make sure you eat a diet that has plenty of fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and complex carbohydrates.

4. See a Chiropractor Regularly

Finally, do not forget to see a chiropractor regularly. Visiting the chiropractor can go a long way toward helping you deal with stress and anxiety.

A chiropractor can take a look at the alignment of your muscles, ligaments, and bones. Then, with a series of chiropractic adjustments, a chiropractor can help you reduce musculoskeletal stress and alleviate chronic pain.

Your chiropractor can also help you develop a plan to manage your stress that has been customized to meet your specific needs.

Develop a Comprehensive Plan To Deal With Stress and Anxiety

In the end, these are just a few of the best ways to deal with stress and anxiety. It is important to take a well-rounded approach to stress management, and you should consider reaching out to a mental health professional who can help you.

Furthermore, do not forget to invest in regular chiropractic adjustments. Remember that your physical and mental health are inextricably linked together. If you take care of your physical health, you should have an easier time taking care of your mental health as well. Consider reaching out to a chiropractor who can help you develop a comprehensive plan to address your stress and anxiety.

If you don’t have a chiropractor, give us a call. Our Doctor of Chiropractic helps people of all ages overcome the negative effects of anxiety and stress by finding and treating subluxations, the root cause of dis-ease. So give us a call. We’re here to help!

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Drs. David Hall & Troy Reistroffer

Our philosophy is that the nervous system controls and coordinates every organ and cell in the body. Our purpose is to educate and lead patients toward better health through the natural healing process. When you're ready to see the difference Upper Cervical Chiropractic can make to your overall wellbeing, give us a call at (662) 393-4848. We're here to serve you!

Drs. David Hall & Troy Reistroffer

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