Any solution to a problem is the elimination of the causes and signs of its occurrence. Stress management is no exception in this case. The patient must change his lifestyle. You can start small and gradually connect a new and new item.
First you need to normalize sleep patterns. It is necessary to let the body sleep as much as it needs. During this process, our body restores strength and energy. In case of shortage, the body experiences stress. This is necessary to maintain cheerfulness in conditions of lack of energy. The norm of sleep in adults is 7-8 hours, in children - 9-10 hours.
The next step is proper and balanced nutrition. It is also necessary to replenish the energy deficit in a stressful state. Food is our fuel, the state of our body depends on its quality. Experts recommend cutting back on caffeine and alcohol. These substances increase stress, but in no way suppress it. The main products of the diet should be fresh and natural products - vegetables, fruits, cereals and meat. Food should be consumed 4-5 times a day in small portions. It is also important to keep the water balance - drink up to 2 liters of fluid per day.
Next, add physical activity to your life. Even small workouts help release the body of stress-producing hormones. Try to raise your heart rate to 120-180 beats per minute for half an hour every day. If you don't have time to work out for half an hour in a row, don't worry: break them up into several sets per day. You can use anything - swimming, walking, biking or rollerblading. The main thing is movement. If you do not have time or other resources for this, then a half-hour to an hour-long walk will usually be enough.