Eliminate Stress With These Top Tips

Stress can have such a negative impact on our lives. It can give us bad skin, make us put on/lose weight, and stop us from being happy in general. Many of us get stressed, and a lot of the time, we can’t help it. This might be due to work, relationships, or something else. Whatever the reason, you can eliminate stress. You can use these top tips to help!

2204059683_9ae889398a_oLearn to Use Breathing Techniques

Breathing is very underrated. It has the power to give us energy, chill us out, and everything in between. The right breathing techniques can help to reduce stress dramatically in no time at all! Meditation is one way of doing this, where you clear your head and take some quality deep breaths. However, you don’t even have to mediate. Simply focus on your breathing and take deep belly breaths to feel the benefits. Do this until you feel your worries melt away. IN through your nose and out through your mouth is best, just make sure you really take your time.


Go for a Walk

Walking is a great way to combat stress. You can get some fresh air, which is beneficial in lots of ways. Not only that, you get out of the house. Enjoy the trees, the scenery, and just appreciate life! On top of all of that, it’s exercise. Exercise is one of the best stress busters ever. It helps to release endorphins and chills us out in general. You’ll find your quality of sleep improves, and that you hardly feel stressed at all when you exercise every day.

Eat Properly

Junk food creates bad chemical reactions in the body, which can make us stress out more. You can feel lethargic, irritable, and all kinds of other bad emotions when you don’t eat right. By making sure you eat natural, healthy foods, your body will be well equipped to eliminate stress. Not only that, you’ll feel far more energised, and you’ll be healthier too. Keep junk food to an absolute minimum. Just think of what you’re doing to your body. Don’t just do it for yourself either; do it for your family! Stop buying junk food for the house, and only buy natural foods. This way, you won’t be tempted!

Cut Out Caffeine

Caffeine is a stimulant, and too much of it can be bad. Not only can it make our bodies store fat if we aren’t careful, it can release the stress hormone and make us feel worse. In extreme cases, it can give us anxiety and make us jittery. Try cutting it out and noticing how you feel. Maybe just start off by cutting down until you’re hardly having any caffeine at all. People report feeling so much better after cutting it out, and they sleep better at night too which also helps! If you’re already feeling stressed and anxious, having lots of caffeine isn’t a great idea.

Take Time to Relax

Take time to relax. For you, this might be reading a book, practicing a hobby, or taking some time in a jacuzzi. You could even consider treating yourself – these blow up hot tub reviews should start you off. You can’t put a price on your well being, so make time to do things you enjoy and forget about the stresses of everyday life!

Don’t Take on Too Much at Once

Taking on too much at once is one of the number one causes of stress. Don’t let your to do list pile up until you feel powerless to do anything about it. Only do what you’re capable of doing, and don’t beat yourself up if you can’t get something done. You are only human! As long as you know you’re doing your best, then you shouldn’t worry.

Find Positives in the Negatives

Some people are naturally negative. This train of thought can be stopped, but it takes practice. Try to see more positives in negatives. Ask yourself if something is really worth stressing over. More often than not, the answer is no. People stress out about the simplest things these days, and there’s really no need. Don’t let things get you down, Take a deep breath, find the positive in it, and move on. If there’s nothing you can do, there’s no point worrying about it!

I know this might all seem like a lot to take in, but you can de-stress effectively if you stick to some of the techniques mentioned. Although a lot of the time, stress comes from external sources but we can alter the way we deal with every day situations. You can decide to react to things differently which will lessen stress so when you decide to stop getting stressed and feel happier, you will!


Jenny in Neverland

Twenty-something lifestyle blogger from Essex. Book lover, Slytherin, organisational wizard and enjoys Motorsport, Disney and Yoga.


  1. […] stress out. You will get to see some amazing views that you will never forget. As I talked about before, exercise is fantastic for beating stress. Your brain releases endorphins when exercising which […]

  2. I don’t have a lot to say, other than I seriously love this blog post and I agree with every single one of your points. Thank you.

  3. Being positive and stress free takes being intentional about doing both things. I think its vital for us to do that whenever possible. Thank you for the post.

  4. Thank you for this. It speaks to me personally at the moment as I’m sure it does for moist people! As usual, lovely posts and lovely tips.
    xoxo 😁💕

    1. I hope everything is okay lovely! Thank you very much (: xx

  5. BrizzleLass says:

    Taking on too much is lethal for me! Being bipolar I always do this when I’m creeping into a mania! I feed on the stress which blows up a nice big balloon that inevitably pops and leaves me in a very deep depression!

    Giving up caffeine was also one of the best things I ever did!

    People underestimate the effect of stress on their lives!

    1. Eeesh that’s rubbish, Claire! But hats off to you for managing it. Caffeine is terrible, I’ve given up coffee completely because it made me SO anxious and I almost had a panic attach after drinking it once. I think I might be a little intolerant to it as well so that combined with anxiety DOES NOT MIX hahaha! Stress is terrible. Unavoidable sometimes, unfortunately 🙁 xx

  6. I love posts like these, I’m not exactly going through a lot of stress at this particular moment (apart from normal every day stuff) but I think it’s still good to know coping techniques for future reference. I think the one for me is not to take too much on, I’m always the one for doing that!
    Great tips darling 🙂

    1. Aww thanks lovely, I agree. I think I get stressed over little things that I don’t really need to be stressed over (anxiety can do that haha!) so i’m probably more stressed than I really need to be. Always good to have things to try, just in case though (: xx

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