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Dear Venkatesh

Stress means depletion of mental and physical energy.When there is depletion of energy in your body mind is disturbed. When you work you spend your energy. So you need to regain your energy to be stress free.

The simplest way to regain mental and physical energy is normalizing breathing.

When you are stressed you get irritated , become angry easily, your are afraid of failure, your boss, your future and become unhappy.

Please try the following simple exercise to normalize your breathing and regain energy and control on yourself and the work situation.

Unless it is an emergency situation, take 5 minutes break from what you are doing , if you can.

You can do this exercise keeping your eyes open or closed being where you are.

Exercise

1. Do deep breathing in and breathingout three times

2. Now breathe normal and tell your mind that everything is ok as it is

3. Sit quiet , relax and count your breathing 1 to 10. [ when you have breathed in and breathed out , count in mind 1 and so on]

4. Repeat this three time again starting the count from 1.

Just try this once . You are relaxed and your energy level is up.

Practice this as and when your mind gets disturbed or you start experiencing negative thoughts and negative emotions. Good luck. Be peaceful, happy, healthy and abundant.

Marpallyyogi

Dear Venkatesh

Stress means depletion of mental and physical energy.When there is depletion of energy in your body mind is disturbed. When you work you spend your energy. So you need to regain your energy to be stress free.

The simplest way to regain mental and physical energy is normalizing breathing.

When you are stressed you get irritated , become angry easily, your are afraid of failure, your boss, your future and become unhappy.

Please try the following simple exercise to normalize your breathing and regain energy and control on yourself and the work situation.

Unless it is an emergency situation, take 5 minutes break from what you are doing , if you can.

You can do this exercise keeping your eyes open or closed being where you are.

Exercise

1. Do deep breathing in and breathingout three times

2. Now breathe normal and tell your mind that everything is ok as it is

3. Sit quiet , relax and count your breathing 1 to 10. [ when you have breathed in and breathed out , count in mind 1 and so on]

4. Repeat this three time again starting the count from 1.

Just try this once . You are relaxed and your energy level is up.

Practice this as and when your mind gets disturbed or you start experiencing negative thoughts and negative emotions. Good luck. Be peaceful, happy, healthy and abundant.

Marpallyyoig

Hi,
Work pressure and late working hours are very common these days. Being in the profession of HR, are job is keep our employees happy, stress-free and healthy because a happy employee is more productive and hence helps the company in increasing profits.
Meditation, exercise and some indoor games can be a great way to de-stress at work. We have a refresh zone in office which has number of games and activities to keep the employees active. These also help them in relieving their stress. Recently, post our company's participation in Stepathlon, a few employees have discovered an interesting way to reduce stress. They go out for weekly walking sessions where they explore new food joints around office. They have found their way to de-stress at work.

In my opinion . Stress at a work place can be reduced through various means
1)Excercise
2)Keep a positive mindset.
3)Plan regular breaks
4) Make food choices that keep you healthy and fit.
Hope this was helpful!


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