Anxiety & Stress: How warmth can calm stress & worry in a crisis (1-minute-read)

Anxiety & Stress: How warmth can calm stress & worry in a crisis

In these terrible Corona times I have temporarily paused my posts on general mental health topics and instead focus on ideas on how we can get through these tough times together.

The 1st step in handling a crisis is about practicing techniques to calm yourself.

Last days’ posts were about calming yourself by taking control of your breathing since slow breathing with your stomach is the fastest way to calm yourself and get access to your problem-solving abilities.

Using a mantra will help you gain perspective and offers comfort.

Another important way to calm a stressed body and mind is to keep cool.

Also, the opposite work – by taking a hot bath, using the sauna or drink hot beverages.

The warmth makes the blood vessels move closer to the skin surface which then chills the body.

Hot beverages also feel soothing and comforting.

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