The aroma of flowers can relieve stress and help us relax. Here’s what you need to do: pick the essential oil you like, apply it to the centre of your palm and gently rub between them. Then take your hands close to your nose, take a deep breath and relax yourself. Roses and lavenders, which are common in weddings, have a calming effect. The essential oil made from lavender and horse cloves have a relaxing, calming, and stabilising effect. You may also heat essential oil over a candle flame in the bedroom or spray a small amount on the pillow to help you fall asleep.
Vitamin B plays a key role in maintaining nerve function, improving one’s mood and memory, and relieving stress. Food that is rich in vitamin B includes milk, cheese, spinach, broccoli, and whole grains such as oatmeal, red rice, and wheat bags. Vitamin supplements can also help with Vitamin B intake.
Bathing is simply magical and it is one of the most effective ways to completely relieve one’s pressure. Using bath salt with essential oil in bath just before bedtime can relieve any tension in your tight muscles and increase metabolism in your skin. Try to enjoy some slow, calm music and free your body and mind! You will sleep better.
Studies have shown that music can help our brain release dopamine, which induces happiness. So listening to music is one of the best ways to relieve stress. Pick some calm and soft music to listen and allow your heartbeats slow and mood to stabilise. Classical music or pure guitar music are recommended. Avoid songs with human voices or lyrics as they will easily lead to emotions and thinking.
Moderate and regular exercise can really help you destress. During exercise, the brain produces a “happy hormones” called endorphins, which can help relieve tension and reduce anxiety. Aerobic exercise at home not only can effectively relieve your stress, but also help detoxify your body, improve blood circulation and sleep quality, and thus better health.
Laughing out loud
Laughing is a simple yet effective way to eliminate negative emotions and stress. When you are laughing, the diaphragm moves upwards, and your abdominal muscles and shoulders contract at the same time. After laughing, all the muscles will be relaxed. Laughing also reduces the production of cortisol, adrenaline and other stress hormones, and therefore, helps reduce stress. So, go watch a lousy comedy, have a good laugh!
Obstacles are almost always guaranteed when planning such a big occasion, so the most important thing is to know how to let go and relieve your stress.