Wei suggests using this breathing technique while walking if you are both anxious and exhausted. Keep your breathing in rhythm with your stride.
"When you're able to relax your fight-or-flight reaction," cortisol levels diminish over time, she says. "But, your heart rate and blood pressure will drop immediately."
"Don't Sweat the Small Stuff" with her late husband Richard Carlson, warns against being too preoccupied with checking your phone for new notifications.
She explains that "we are so tied to our technology." "Checking your inbox, sending and receiving texts, and using Instagram are all highly addictive."
If you only need five minutes to unwind, there are many of free meditation applications that may help you zone out.
There are hundreds of different guided meditation choices available on popular applications like Headspace and Insight Timer.
Music therapy is a terrific method to unwind anywhere, according to Emmeline Edwards, Ph.D., director of the National Institutes of Health's Division of Extramural Research
The auditory cortex is connected to other areas of the brain that are connected to our reward system, motor systems, centers for motivation, and emotion regulation
And put the smart phone away and just spend a few minutes focusing on the flavor of tea, the temperature, noticing everything about the cup.
Even if you can't escape your stress, a cup of tea might help relieve workplace anxiety.
When asked about ways to relieve stress, Tello recommends a change of scenery ("if someone is feeling very stressed,
and they have the chance to change their environment, get fresh air, see nature — water, trees"). Take a quick stroll, it's good exercise.