Steps to Overcome Stress and Anxiety Says Russ Whitney


Make sure you list out your inventory stress points. Identify the stress points that are critical, just strike it out before it starts.Russ Whitney put forth few steps that can relieve your stress and unwanted anxiety for all your unforeseen day-to-day activities.


Everyone has a situation or environment that creates stress in their life. When stress and anxiety build up, they have a compounding effect. It builds in the back of your mind,you may not consciously know it is there, but it is. Russ Whitney says the key to ensure your stress and anxiety is to stop it before it starts.


Before you start reducing your stress and anxiety, you need to learn few fundamentals. One of them is a basic breathing exercise. Sit with your back straight, head up and eyes closed. Breath in through your nose slowly at a 4 second and exhale through your mouth at a 4 second.


After becoming accustom to your breathing exercises, it will be time to put them into action. The goal of the exercises are to focus your mind and prepare it for the stress about to be engaged.


Do not limit yourself to one or two sessions of breathing exercises. Be aware that you may not be able to do your breathing exercises every time but incorporating them into your day to battle these unforeseen activities for a long way to alleviate unwanted anxiety and stress.


About russwhitneyreal

Russ Whitney being a businessman he led his life with many business achievements that included founding and building one of the largest and fastest growing publicly traded financial education companies all over the world.
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