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How to Master Stress – A Resilience Ratio

How to Master Stress – A Resilience Ratio

How resilient to stress are you? This powerful force can drive one to perform well under pressure, however, most of the time, stress is only a negative body response leading to the possibility of becoming a chronic problem. Of course, if not dealt with in the correct way.

Our well being comes from clearly determined life goals, constant growth, and simple calming pleasures. These little essentials are keeping us strong, motivated, and most of all, confident in our choices. Not only do we flourish as individuals, but our health improves as well. In addition, a positive attitude attracts people, straightens your skills, and helps to prosper in work, along with other aspects of life.

On the other hand, by letting stress control and navigate your decisions, people allow their wrong perceptions to influence their health and mortality. Sure, stress is always present, but still, your resilience ratio can teach you how to properly cope with the tension.

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Resilience & Stress

Despite our best intentions, stress impacts our work which only adds pressure later on, which gets projected on our personal life. Sometimes, it may seem like there is no way around it, so we let this monster keep on growing and affecting our body and mind. Common signs showing that this negative behavior has gone too far are:

  • Headaches;
  • Lack of sleep;
  • Irrational or fast chain of thoughts;
  • Difficulty concentrating and paying attention;
  • Low confidence;
  • Muscle tension;

This is where resilience kicks in because, in its definition, resilience is how we face and adapt in a time of crisis, trauma, tragedy, personal health, and relationship problems or issues at the workplace. All of these situations build up stress levels, making us unable to bounce back quickly afterwards. And, resilience is all about rapid recovery, learning from mistakes, and setting new goals as well as efficiently overcoming the most challenging experiences life throws at you.

Productivity comes from self-awareness, proper energy, and resource management, constant learning, physical activities, and motivation. Therefore, resilience is the key to a healthy and stable lifestyle.

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How to Build Stress Resilience

According to The Resilience Institute and their leading doctor, Sven Hansen, your resilience ratio can be measured in order to get a complete analysis of your personal strength and the recommended actions for its improvement. For example, the final reports provide an insight into:

  • Spirit in Action – Capacity to enjoy life, meaning, and your purpose.
  • Train Mind – Capacity to make effective decisions, your ability to focus, and the optimism you carry within you.
  • Engage Emotion – Capacity for empathy and self-knowledge.
  • Energise Body – Strength, endurance, and flexibility measurements.
  • Master Stress – How present, alert, and calm you are in stressful situations.
  • Confused – The percent and state of overload, agitation, and mindless business.
  • Disengage – Worry, boredom, and loss of attention.
  • Withdrawn – Isolation and loss of energy.
  • Vulnerable – Fatigue, indifference, and self-neglect rate.
  • Distress – Symptoms of stress, illnesses, and problems with sleep.
  • Depression – Sadness, despair, and overall loss of interest.

All of these factors make or break your resilience and showcase how you deal with stress. If you want to develop an effective stress resilience, then pay attention to these crucial points. Find and do things that bring you joy, find your life purpose and set goals.

From there on, train your mind to see options where others see failure, focus on positive changes, and keep your optimism at its finest because there is always a solution. Look at obstacles as perfect life lessons and learn as much as you can from them. But, whatever you do, don’t let fear and stress lead you into dwelling over the past. The past is called the past for a reason, so keep in mind that it can’t be changed, but it can serve as a navigating star of the future.

While on the path of building resilience, you shouldn’t avoid a helping hand. Let the positivity of others jump in on this journey with you. Not only will you get valuable knowledge from useful friendly advice, but you will also learn to open up and see that the world doesn’t revolve around problems but around survives, fighters, diversity, and the positive energy connecting us all.

Furthermore, to be truly resilient, you have to be physically resilient as well. “Mens sana in corpore sano” – so be sure to exercise, take your rejuvenating sleep, and eat well and healthy. Otherwise, you can get tired quickly and have problems concentrating on what really matters.

 

To sum up, don’t ever confuse resilience with being able to push problems under the rug. Every single person feels overwhelmed at times, but what makes us different is how we deal with them. It is always easy to give up, however, staying true to your positive self and finding the best solution is what counts in the long run. Hence, start building your resilience and feel free to ask for help because it only makes you one step closer to that peaceful and effective mind and body forte.

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