Anything taken too much is bad for the health. A little stress is actually good, as it could serve to help you function at your best. However,
stress that seems a little too much could take a physical, as well as mental,
toll to your body. Stress should be managed in order for depression or anxiety
to be prevented.

So how should you do it then? The following are tips and advice to help manage stress.

Write it out, schedule it out.

It is best to write down everything that seems to be overwhelming. You will find a things-to-do-list much easier to manage than having errands all
crumpled up in your head. Writing down the tasks, and putting a specific
schedule and time to do them, helps anyone manage activities one chunk at a
time. Crossing out an activity that has already been accomplished is very
rewarding and could actually help you feel more relaxed when doing the other
tasks at hand.

One at a time works.

Focus and put all your attention specifically on one task at one time. It does not help to feel panicky
about the other undone or to-do tasks. Thinking about them only adds
unnecessary stress and could even hamper in doing the task you are attempting
to accomplish at present.

Relax and take it slow.

At least, try not to expend too much energy on activities that are currently not priorities. This is in order for your energy to be not easily
expended on the tasks that are not that important, at least for now.

Delegate, delegate, delegate.

You need not do everything all at once, and you need not do everything on your own. Ask for help, get help, or pay for help. When there is a feeling of being overwhelmed
that is cropping up, hire someone to mow the lawn or get a sitter for your
children. The feeling of being pressed to finish something on time will somehow
be eliminated if tasks are delegated. It takes a load off unnecessary worry and
anxiety. Moreover, it is easier checking up on how things are, than worrying
yourself sick doing everything on your own, all at once.

Give yourself a reward.

You deserve it. Acknowledging your accomplishments, no matter how big or small, is an effort that is necessary before getting on to the next tasks
and activities. It reduces stress and could even make you happier in doing the
next task.

Give yourself a break.

You need it to be more productive. A ten to fifteen minute break during your work is necessary. Go visit a café nearby, take a quick brisk walk,
or do anything to put your mind off work, at least for a while. This is
necessary to refresh and recharge. Believe it or not, you can also stay in your
work and sit with your eyes closed as you visualize a peaceful landscape or a
relaxing scene. This frees the stress from your muscles and your mind.

Relax and be cool. Doing so makes you healthier, happier, and a lot more productive.

And the most important – play alphamusic of John Levine and stay in alpha, peaceful state for longer.

Blocking out interference can help us find a clear space in which to rest, think or play. This is John Levine's

A backdrop of aphamusic calms your over-busy mind while you're occupied with
other tasks, when you study, work, play, eat and sleep.

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