By | Lauren Geall | www.stylist.co.uk
As much as we’d love to be chilled out all the time, dealing with stress is an inevitable part of life.
We may deal with it more often in the modern world thanks to our ‘always on’ culture, but stress has always been a part of the human experience – not only does it help us to navigate danger (by triggering our ‘fight or flight’ response), but in some cases, it’s actually good for us.
Because of this, we’re always interested in finding out about new ways to cope with and relieve stress. Different methods will work for different people – some people might find that completing a puzzle or getting creative helps, while others may prefer to engage in exercise or practice meditation – so trying out a variety of different stress-busting activities is the best way to build a tool kit which works for you.