Home Editor's Columns Be mindful to relieve your mind full of stress

Be mindful to relieve your mind full of stress


We all know the standard remedies to reduce stress: exercise, journaling and several other practices that involve physical actions. But sometimes, doing nothing can be a great stress reducer, too.

Practicing mindfulness or training your mind to stay focused on the present situation has been proven to reduce anxiety and stress.

To practice mindfulness, begin with an awareness of your surroundings, observing your environment, and then become conscious of your body, breathing and your emotions.

This exercise of connecting with the present moment can slow your heart rate, calm your nerves and help gather your thoughts for a productive day.

Stephanie Spell, C2 Communications

You may also like

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More

The SWFL 100
Verified by ExactMetrics