33 Stress Relief Quotes
Let these stress relief quotes give you ideas and suggestions on how to reduce
your anxiety, tension and stress in your life. Share the quotes with others who
"In the midst of any stressful situation, say or think a series of statements
such as, Stay calm. . . everything's okay. . . you've handled worse before. . .
relax and take a deep breath. . . take it step by step and don't rush. . . I can get help if I need it."
Amy E. Dean
Deep breathing is a great way of helping you to feel calmer.
Heather Rose, Depression Self Help
"When you find yourself stressed, ask yourself one question:
Will this matter in 5 years from now?
If yes, then do something about the situation.
If no, then let it go."
"An hour of anxiety cannot change my circumstances, but a minute of prayer
can alter everything."
"If you focus on the possible when you experience difficult situations you can
positively change your outlook, reduce your stress, and concentrate on achieving
things that otherwise may not have been possible."
Quotes about Change
"The next time you are tempted to get anxious or upset about something -
especially something in the past or the future -
think about what you are doing and turn your mind to what is going on today."
Joyce Meyers, Be Anxious For Nothing
Words of Encouragement
Regular exercise can really help you to reduce your stress levels,
anxiety and depression. When you exercise your brain releases endorphins.
Heather Rose, Depression Cure
Quote of The Day
Much like talking with loved ones can help calm our nerves,
speaking with the professionals in our lives can help calm our retirement nerves. If your biggest fear is running out
Scott Carty; Paul Durso, Retire with Confidence
"Smiling can be infectious in a work place to help reduce stress,
to help teamwork, to defuse high-pressure situations. The more you smile,
the more people will smile back."
Byron Pulsifer, Just A Smile
Laughter is a gift
It doesn't mean your fit
But it will soften any tension
It could be consider stress prevention.
Catherine Pulsifer, Laughter Is A Gift
"Equally important, gratitude can help take the edge off stress.
Counting one's blessings elevates one's mood, which studies
have shown can reduce the physical effects of stress."
Deborah Norville, Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Power of Gratitude
"A clear direction can help reduce your stress."
Catherine Pulsifer, Wings for Goals
"But how can we deal effectively with the reality of everyday stress?
There are different ways but the use of humour and laughter is one
of the quickest and easiest routes."
Colin G Smith, Laughter And Humor Therapy For Rapid Stress Relief
Many adults find that downsizing is a great way to reduce stress.
Beth Jones, Simple: 30 Ways to Declutter Your Life
You can walk after you get home from work as a method to reduce
stress from the day, or you can go for a short
walk during your lunch break to help revitalize your blood flow
and stay more alert during the rest of the day.
Byron Pulsifer, Balanced Life
Laughter relaxes the whole body. A good, hearty laugh
relieves physical tension and stress, leaving your muscles relaxed
for up to 45 minutes after.
Aloted Omoba, Super Working Mum
"Playing is for everyone and it is one of the best ways to relieve stress.
Set an hour or two every day to play."
Rowena Cauba, Happiness
"Have a variety of interests. These interests relax the mind and
lessen tension on the nervous system. People with many interests live,
not only longest, but happiest."
George Matthew Allen
Resting your mind and body for a few minutes in between difficult tasks is
a way of managing stress.
John Morgan, 100% Focused
If you change the way you think about the situations that stress you out,
you automatically change the effect they have you.
Nathalie Thompson, Simple Strategies for Stress Relief
Research also shows that good sleep boosts alertness, reduces stress,
and wards off disease.
John Noel, Finding Mr. Right
Be more optimistic. Pessimism is a kind of behavior that you learn .
Hoping for the best and believing that everything is going to be fine in the end helps to reduce stress.
David Brown, Habit Stacking
Tension is a habit. Relaxing is a habit. Bad habits can be broken, good habits formed.
"One of the best ways to reduce stress is to accept the things
that you cannot control."
M. P. Neary, Free Your Mind
Quotes To Live By
"Meditation is important in increasing a person's level of
self-awareness and managing stress."
Annabelle Higgins, Self Discipline
"Waking up at 5 AM may be one of the most personally rewarding habits
one can develop for improving productivity, decreasing stress and
Michael Lombardi, The 5 AM Club
A good cry can be a cleansing stress reliever.
Penny Hunt, Bounce, Don't Break
Prayer relieves the stress of perceived inactivity. Now that God has been
given the task, you don't have to worry about it any longer.
God has his people on it. With less stress comes more strength.
Journaling helps you reduce stress and anxiety and get over the
minute troubles in your life. You can also get over daily sources
of tension as writing down can help you analyze a situation and
come up with a solution on the spot.
Danyale Lebon, Organization
Quotes about Life
"Studies show that the mere act of smiling reduces tension and stress,
which basically allows you to concentrate better on the things you are doing."
Ryan Cooper, Stop Being Lazy
"These aren't the only things you can do to reduce your stress, but if you
stick to doing a few things well, you can truly relax and enjoy the season
with your family. In the end, they would rather have fond memories of their
time with you than memories of how strung out mom was after she burned
Tawra J. Kellam; Jill Cooper, Homemade Christmas
"A friendship provides one with: an increased sense of purpose and belonging,
a boost of esteem, reduced stress, and overall improvement of self-worth."
Tye Gnass, James Shendal, Steven David, World's Best 10 Keys To Success
"In other words, exercising helps to relieve stress and increase happiness."
Philip Johnson, Anger Management
Laughter is generated by wit or by relief from the straitjackets of tension.
Paul Z. Jackson, Your Lifepass To Creativity and Confidence Confidence