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De-Stress & Thrive: 20 Powerful Tips for Boosted Mental Wellbeing

Updated: Mar 25


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Stress occurs when your mind and feelings get stretched because times are tough and many people are facing this nowadays.


We've got 20 poweful tips to help you de-stress and thrive and boost mental well-being. Take your time reading them and perhaps give a shot at keeping a diary. Writing in a journal isn't just about jotting down events and feelings. Recent research suggests that writing in a diary is a useful way to lower stress. People who write in a diary or notebook might start feeling better in body and mind, and it could even add some extra time to their lives as you de-stress and thrive.

  • Take a nice deep breath and let your body unwind.

  • Maybe try seeing the situation from a different perspective.

  • Take a break and do something you enjoy, like reading or listening to music.

  • Regular exercise can really help lower stress and improve your overall health, both your body and mind.

  • Try meditation or mindfulness – these are ways to clear your mind and be in the present.

  • Talk to someone about how you're feeling – maybe be a friend, family member, or someone who's a mental health professional.

  • Getting enough sleep matters, since not getting it can make stress worse and dealing with difficult times even harder.

  • Eating well is important to give your body and mind the energy they need.

  • Stay away from stuff like caffeine and alcohol that can make stress feel worse.

  • At the end of the day, take a time to unwind – like having a warm bath or doing something you enjoy.

  • Organize your tasks and focus on one thing at a time.

  • Give things like deep breathing or progressive muscle relaxation a try to calm down.

  • Staying in touch with others helps build a strong support group – it really works for managing stress.

  • Don't leave things that need attending to waiting – it can make stress feel even heavier.

  • Give appreciation a shot and focus on the good parts of your life.

  • Do stuff you like and have fun with – like hobbies, they're great for lowering stress.

  • Trying out stress-reducing activities like yoga or tai chi can be pretty effective.

  • Don't try too hard to be perfect – pushing too hard for that can actually make stress worse.

  • If stress feels like it's too much, get some help. There are effective treatments out there.

  • And remember, it's absolutely okay to ask for help when you need it.

Sharon Shinwell

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"This article represents the personal views and opinions of the author and should not be taken as representative of the official policy or position of any organization, professional, expert, or individual."

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