Any stress which is unidentified is difficult to manage. So the first step in managing stress is to identify the stressor and the source. The stress management program at Ojas Foundation helps you decode your stressors after identifying them. The other features of this program include yoga, breathing and relaxation techniques, along with Dietary guidance and Meditation.
Stress can be hard to deal with on your own. It is okay to seek help if you need it. A psychologist or health expert can help you think about ways to reduce and deal with stress in your life.
Stress is a problem if it impacts your physical and emotional health and causes ill health in totality.
Each one of us has a predetermined programme in our mind. We have to change the programming of our mind. Wise thinking leads to discrimination of the good and the bad. When you have changed your programming, you start perceiving and acting positively. So it is wise thinking that holds the key to a positive frame of mind
Overcoming fear is possible, if you have faith that you can overcome the fear.If you have a fear, first understand the nature of the object that arouses it. Let us say you are afraid of your future. What you really fear is the uncertainty that surrounds events yet to happen. By living totally in the present and by planning ahead you can reduce the uncertainty and fear.
When we are living our life in “fear” our eating habits, sleeping patterns, exercise routine, etc., are all impacted. We eat emotionally, sleep irregularly and feel overwhelmed, directly affecting our desire to do anything more or anything consistently. The cycle of fear traps us inside ourselves, causing us to live our life shell shocked and desperately below our full potential.
Fear can impair formation of long-term memories and cause damage to certain parts of the brain. This can make it even more difficult to regulate fear and can leave a person anxious most of the time.
Living under constant fear weakens our immune system and can cause physiological and psychological changes.