The basic principles of coping with stress include:
017 Distraction from a stressful situation - if what is happening makes a strong impression on a person and after that he continues to think about it, then he thereby “gets stuck” in a stressful situation and thinks not about how to resolve it, but constantly worries about the events that have occurred. To distract from a stressful situation, you need to think about something else related to pleasant sensations and experiences (rest, a pleasant event, personal achievements).
Reducing the subjective significance of the event that caused stress - reconsider your attitude to what happened according to the principle: "What is not done is for the better ...".
Active behavior - not to keep in oneself the surging feelings and emotions that caused stress, but to throw out the accumulated energy by doing some even unthinkable business (for example, washing a window or floor with a toothbrush, wiping clean dishes, etc.); as well as playing sports, playing football, volleyball, etc.
The ability to relax - stress causes general tension and an increase in the frequency of brain waves. Relaxation, on the contrary, reduces their frequency, which leads to a decrease in the level of excitation of the central nervous system.
Positive thinking - a positive way of thinking and associated positive emotions of kindness, love, joy - is the main personal tool for ensuring health and well-being.