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Saturday, December 10, 2011

Ideas On How Diabetics Can Work to Relieve Stress

By Robbie Bainer

Learning to deal with diabetes is stressful both for the person that has been diagnosed, as well as the immediate family, and everyone knows that stress is not good for our health. These days it is almost impossible to avoid stress with our hectic lifestyles, therefore it is important to find ways to relieve stress and help our bodies relax more. Here are some ideas on how a person with diabetes can deal with stress.

* Find an exercise you enjoy - A great way to deal with stress in your daily life is to find an exercise that you enjoy and are able to do frequently. Suggestions could be walking, playing basketball or baseball, skating, swimming, yoga etc. Both your mind and your body will feel great when you are done.

* Make time to socialize - Socializing with supportive and understanding family and friends is a great way to relieve stress and keep a positive mindset. Make plans to get together with the ones you love every few weeks and do something you enjoy such as going to a movie, hiking, playing scrabble, or whatever you truly enjoy.

* Take time for yourself - Because you might have a number of responsibilities in your life which might cause stress, it's a good idea to make sure you're taking some time for yourself, doing things that you want to do without anyone else around.

* Meditate - Taking just ten minutes a day to sit in a quiet space will allow your brain to learn the skill of emptying the stressful feelings. Close your eyes and sit in a comfortable place. Breathe regularly as you try to keep your brain free from extra thoughts. Even if a thought comes into your mind, just let it go. The more you practice this skill, the better you will become at reducing your overall stress levels.

* Deal with negative thoughts and feelings - For the times when something really upsets you it is important that you have a plan on how to deal with that so that you can release the negative feelings and move on in a positive way. Perhaps you have a close friend that you can turn to when you need to talk things out. If that doesn't work for you, how about keeping a journal where you can privately write out your feelings and emotions? This is a great way to get things off of your mind so that they do not continue to create more stress and more health issues.

* New activities to try - Set a goal to try several new activities each year. Perhaps you have always wanted to learn how to play a musical instrument. Why not get started? People that regularly enjoy fun, new activities are much less stressed than people who don't. Why? Because their mind is so occupied with the activities they are doing and the fun they are having, it doesn't have time to worry about other things.

The bottom line is that even though you have diabetes, and it is always on your mind, you can't let it rule your life. With a little pre-planning, you can get out, enjoy activities, travel if you wish, and have lots of fun. All of that will definitely help to naturally reduce your stress levels.

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