How We Unintentionally Stress Ourselves out

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There are some stressful aspects of life that are effectively unavoidable. Sometimes, it’s impossible to avoid bumper-to-bumper traffic, a tight work deadline or an unexpected personal crisis. In those instances, all you can do is try to manage the stress those occurrences have brought into your life and make a concerted effort to relax. However, there are also a number of things that we do every day that can have the effect of adding a great deal of unnecessary stress to our lives. To get a better idea of what these stress inducing activities are, give this Forbes feature a read.

For instance, there are few things more stress inducing in a person’s life than failing to maintain a consistent sleep cycle. If you make a habit of getting inconsistent or minimal sleep, it prevents your body from ridding itself of stress hormones. Another way we suddenly add stress to our lives is by skipping meals. You may not think skipping breakfast or lunch will have that big an impact on you, but in reality it has the effect of imbalance in your blood sugar which puts considerable stress on your system. It’s also worth noting that excess caffeine consumption can eventually serve to stress you out. Learn more ways you’re unintentionally stressing yourself out by following the link below.

Read the full article here: 8 Habits That Make Millennials Stressed, Anxious And Unproductive

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