Tips on Leading a Less Stressful Life

Stress is something that is often very difficult to avoid, whether it be from our jobs, our schedules or our home life, there is lots of things that can add pressure to our lives and leaving us feeling stressed. The consequences of living a stressful life can cause mood swings, tiredness, forgetfulness and ultimately, lower performance levels, but this doesn’t have to be the way. There are plenty of things that you can change in your life which can help you to beat stress and deal with situations that can lead to stress in a better way and here are some things which you can be doing in order to live a less stressful life.


Planning and Organizing 

Things often get on top of us and it can, at times, feel like we are losing control of everything, one way to remedy this is to improve your planning and organizational skills. Planning your time effectively is key, and looking ahead with a plan in mind will help you to deal with situations in a more prepared manner. Something as simple as using a diary or utilizing some often applications that exist for your smartphone to keep your life on track can drastically alter your stress levels, being prepared is the first place to start if you are looking to reduce stress.

Diet and Supplements

Your diet can play a key role in your stress levels, if you are not looking after your body with a healthy diet then you are likely to feel more tired and have less energy, this can result in the body dealing with stressful situations poorly. Ensure that you are taking on enough water, staying away from fatty foods and increase the amount of fruit and veg that you are eating, this way your body and mind will be ready for all that comes its way.

Another option is to take nutrients and supplements that have been proven to reduce stress, a daily dose of cannabis oil for example, has been scientifically proven to decrease levels of stress through the increased production of neurons in the brain.

Take up Exercise

Regular exercise has been shown to produce neuron production in the brain which acts as a stress reliever, also,  the body and the brain are linked through nerve pathways and if you’re body feels good, then so too will your brain. Exercise releases endorphins, a natural painkiller and feel-good chemical that runs through the body, helping you to feel physically and mentally stronger.


One of the keys to a stress-free life is finding time to relax and meditation is one of the best ways for you to do so. Simply taking 10-15 minutes per day to sit down, close your eyes, breathe deeply and arrange your thoughts can work wonders when it comes to managing stress. Meditation also helps the body’s sleep cycle which in turn creates less stress and tension in your mind. You may feel like you don’t have the time to spend mediating but its effects will leave you with increased energy, lower levels of stress and higher daily performance.