4 Ways to Improve Resilience and Manage Stress

Stress is one of those difficult but inevitable things in life. We can't control whether it will happen, but we can influence how we respond to it.

Work, relationships, managing money, and countless other things give us struggle, and stress is how our bodies respond.

Resilience is a trait that determines how well you respond to stress, and how much of a negative impact it has on you.

Fortunately, resilience isn't an inherent trait that you either have or don't have. It's something that you can consciously develop.

Try some of these methods to build up your resilience, so that you can manage stress more easily and calmly.

1. Voluntary Discomfort

Stepping out of your comfort zone and experiencing new things makes you more confident in new or tough situations.

2. Remain Present

Stress causes us to worry about the past and future. Remaining in the present moment reduces the tension.

3. The Positives of Stress

Stress does an important job for your health and safety. Keeping this in mind can reduce its negative impact.

4. Plain Old Exercise

Exercise reduces stress in the body and builds resilience for future difficulties.

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