How to Reduce Stress among teenagers?

Teenagers, like adults, may face pressure every day and can benefit from learning stress management skills. Most teens experience more stress when they are exposed to dangerous and difficult case, or painful, and they do not have the resources to cope. Some teens become overloaded with stress. When that happens, it can be managed adequately stress leads to anxiety, withdrawal, aggression, physical illness, or poor coping, such as drug and / or alcohol skills.

When you realize such a situation it is difficult or painful, and the changes that occur in our minds and our bodies are preparing to respond to the danger. This “fight, flight, or freeze” and include heart rate and faster response breathing, increased blood to the muscles of the arms, legs, hands or feet, cold sweating, upset stomach and / or a sense of dread. The same mechanism that turns on the stress response can turn it off. Once we decided that the situation is no longer a threat, it could be changes in our minds and our bodies occur to help us relax and calm. These include the “relaxation response” heart dropped and breathing rate and a sense of well-being. Teens to “relax” mode and other stress response skills feel less helpless and have more choices when responding to stress.

Any adults who doubts that the stress in adolescence is a real problem that affects a large number of teenagers, needs only to cast their minds to the teenage years of their own, and remember their own experiences to achieve the prevalence of stress in adolescence are, and how difficult it can be. In recent years, the amount of stress in the lives of young people shows continues to increase, and stress seems to be present in their lives earlier. Results of the latest study found that one-third of teens experience stress once at least a week.

Due to the impossibility of determining what is normal adolescent behavior, it can be difficult, to say the least, to recognize the beginning of tension in adolescence. You can find more information about how to reduce tensions with the task of helping. The fact that teenagers in particular are reluctant to seek help, makes it extremely important for the detection of signs, both physical and emotional, behavior which refers to a form of tension. And it may include obvious physical signs such as headache, nausea, and less obvious, but it’s important on an equal footing, such as the emotional feelings of satisfaction, or lack of pleasure, or even symptoms are more obvious, such as sharpness and even anger.

The causes of tension may appear in the teen trivial in comparison with the pressure we experience an adult, which are associated with our responsibilities. However, for adolescents suffering is very real, and it can be very difficult to handle. The good news is that, with the right encouragement, the teenager’s ability to deal with the stresses in their lives can be dramatically improved. Should benefits be able to do so it could be far-reaching and long-lasting, because the habits learned in adolescence well carry through to adult life.

Steps to manage stress are:

Spoke to the people:

Teenage which is anxious to assert their independence can bottle things and try to learn everything about themselves? This is impressive, but rarely lead to easing tensions. When approaching your teenager every challenge personal obstacle, she will end up completely overwhelmed. The best thing a teen can do when nervous is to talk to others who have been there before and learn from their experiences. In addition, there are many choices of professional advice and one-on-one and group available to young people, usually for free and through school or community centers.


If you’re thinking and meditation means twisting the body in an uncomfortable pronounced “oohs” and “OMMS” for an hour, think again. Any duplication of work can be a source of hope, Herbert Benson, MD, author of a book to relax and Honorary Director of the response to the Benson Henry Institute for Mind and Body in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts says this includes walking, swimming, drawing and knitting. – Any activity that helps maintain your attention calmly at the moment. When choosing yourself thinking your job, your relationship or your to-do list for life, and experts say that simply allowing the escape of thinking, and make the rehabilitation of the recurrence of such activity. Try it for a period ranging between 5 to 10 minutes a day and watch the low stress levels. Meditation is the growing popularity of people everywhere are beginning to really appreciate the benefits of transforming their ideas into the house and forget about the world around them. Teaching your teen to meditation simply by closing his eyes, or teach him to use the ritualistic meditation techniques such as meditation or prayer Jhapa.

Rest and sleep:

Teenagers like to stay up late, but he did not actually do it hinders their performance during the day. Without 71/2 to 81/2 hours of sleep each night they are making it difficult for themselves to focus on their tasks during the day or night for household duties. It may take some convincing, but make sure your heads teen to bed early, including the time enough to get a good night’s sleep.

Increasing physical activity:

Teenagers are young, and you must have a lot of energy. One way to burn energy, which is to exercise. Whether it’s in the share of physical education or extracurricular activity, it must be a teenage physical activity at least once on its agenda. Encourage the teenager to practice: such as baseball, football, tennis or track to help relieve stress and forget about the other responsibilities for some time. If your teenager is more solitary, fair sport: such as swimming, running or yoga can also help.

Reducing the workload in your:

While the full schedule may look good on a college version, it can also cause great fatigue and make it difficult for a teenager to excel on the most important things. I remember, you do not have your daughter to be queen of the prom, class treasurer, a baseball player, a shelter pet volunteers, directly to the student and best friend everyone to get the love and respect that they deserve. You can relieve some of the pressure in your teens and make life easier through the introduction of a few of its agenda to improve its performance in other activities. Reduce the chances of getting help with the workload of your tasks with assigned to help work with the school counselor and your teen to find out who should be on the shelf activities.


Rediscover your sense of humor by making fun of the situation and allow others to laugh without anger or disputing. View it from the perspective of yourself in the future, tells the story of a group of friends on a pizza and soft drinks. Laughter, whether it is you or someone else, is the best medicine – and it’s contagious!

Be organized:

For the most part, the impact of fatigue arises. Use planner to keep track of “to do” S “. There is just so much to do and not enough time to do so. This is the organization of this and get your priorities straight can help you break the responsibilities to parts can control and focus on the things that really concern you, instead of falling in the details and create additional business for yourself – all of which lead to more tension.

listen to the music:

Listening to music wonderland, a great way to relieve stress, if nothing has happened that will make you feel worse. Listen to good songs that you get in a happy mood. And completely forget about your problem. It is well known that music is a great mood changer and reliever of stress. It seems the ocean tend to simulate a calm and quiet, listening to the audio device while lying down can help.

Soothe the senses:

Scented candle light has a soothing smell like lavender. Listen to your favorite music, most relaxing or better yet, go somewhere that you “can hear the wind rustling through the trees or the crash of waves on the beach. Enjoy the scenery, or outdoors, whether you’re watching an art gallery. Drink some hot tea or taste – really taste – some dark chocolate


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