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10. Follow a simple beauty routine Looking your best can increase your confidence and cut your stress levels, so long as you keep your beauty routine simple. There are more beauty products to choose from than ever before, but all your skin and hair really need is to be cleansed and moisturised. Speedy skin care Rather than following a complicated skin care routine that involves lots of different products and time, focus on the four key steps – cleansing, exfoliating, toning and moisturising, and use just one skin care product that can multitask.
If they persist in being negative try taking a break – perhaps by going to make a cup of tea. If you can’t walk away, make a conscious effort to stay positive and avoid adopting your colleague’s mindset. Buy a plant Surprisingly, recent research at Washington State University reported that having a plant on your desk at work can cut stress levels, lower blood pressure and boost productivity. These benefits are thought to be down to the calming effects of nature, as well as the air-purifying and humidifying effects of plants.
This constant sense of urgency makes us impatient and frustrated when we have to stop and wait, maybe in a queue or a traffic jam, or when the bus or train is late, raising our stress levels unnecessarily. Try this: Next time you’re caught up in a queue or a traffic jam, or your bus or train is delayed, try looking upon the time you spend waiting as a welcome break from rushing around. Do something relaxing like deep breathing, listening to your favourite radio station or reading. Accept you’ll never get everything done If you constantly push yourself to complete everything on your to-do list, thinking you’ll be able to relax when you cross off the last task, remember you’ll never get everything done; as soon as you complete tasks more will replace them.