By Devina Collier, Biblical Naturopath, Iridologist, Sclerolgist, CNC, CNHP.
- Break tasks into smaller activities. Delegate what you can.
- Create a Scripture Journal. Label tabs with life’s challenges (i.e. tab #1 Health, #2 Finances, #3 Perfectionism, #4 Stress, #5 Grief). Then write 10-20 scriptures related to each category. Use google for scripture search. You can also use the journal to journal stress.
- Make time for yourself, even if it’s 10 – 30 minutes per day. Everybody should wait until you have had your time to refresh. Let them know it’s foe your health needs.
- Repeat the name of Jesus loudly until the stress has less effects on your mind and mood.
- If the stress lingers around, tell Jesus to break the effects of that stress from your body.
- To release tension from your nerves, do 5 slow, deep breathes.
- To get nerves settling down easier, listen to uplifting, calming, relaxing music.
- Temporarily change your scenery – get direct sunshine on the face 15 minutes per day. Walk outside, listen to birds interacting and singing. Visit a pet store, find a good magazine to read at the library or join an activity at the library such as scrap booking or vision boarding. Select fun magazines and travel magazines.
- Say no to things and people that slow you down.
- Start closing gaps that hold you back in life, such as things soaking up your time, especially when it can be eliminated or temporarily placed on hold. This is a good time to redo your schedule.
- Laugh and smile on purpose 20 times a day. Laughter is good medicine. Read Proverbs 17:22. (NKJV) A merry heart does good, like medicine,
But a broken spirit dries the bones.
- Get 6-8 hours of sleep per day.
- Make time for a sweaty activity and fun or games. Exercise w/a buddy.
- Eat a meal with a friend. Meet at a café shop for lunch. Go to the movies on the weekend.
- Get a massage or your hair done.
- Reduce stimulant drinks.
- Avoid procrastination so the stress of it does not over shadow you.
- Avoid internalizing stress. Talk to somebody.
- Choose healthy foods to keep your energy levels up.
- Choose good drinking water for hydration.
Primary Supportive Healing Foods:
They have been used to support anxiety and stress:
- Vegetables: Asparagus, avocado, beans-green, broccoli, and kale.
- Fruit: Avocado, grapefruit, grapes, prunes, apple, figs, and lemons.
- Nuts: Almonds, hazelnut, pecans, walnuts, pistachio, and cashews.
- Spices: Ginger, rosemary, parsley, basil, and peppermint.
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