“To conquer frustration, one must remain intensely focused on the outcome, not the obstacles.” ― T.F. Hodge
Frustration and its triggers
Why We Need to bother ??
- Drug usage
- Overconsumption of alcohol or caffeine
- Watching TV endlessly
- Video Gaming endlessly
All these habits are easy to start but difficult to stop.
- Giving Up
- Loss of Confidence
- Lossing away to addictions
Save your Emotional Health
Crying helps as emotions cannot be controlled inside for long. It provides a venting out the channel for unrealistic emotions and stress. After crying, body, and mind, both feel refreshed. Therefore, many people who have tried to understand the frustration. To handle failure efficiently, they vouch for the efficiency of this method.
Phone a friend
Generally, frustration is difficult to handle alone, calling a friend may help. Also, by discussing the problem with a close friend helps in viewing the problem from a bird’s eye view. So, frustration goes out of the window and taking in charge of the situation steps in.
Knowing what triggers and take action
Knowing what creates frustration is extremely important. Is it the pending project or our procrastination or conflict with a co-worker or tiff in the home? We can avoid triggers. And, by taking immediate action, we can solve them.
Prolonged Breathing Exercise
Long breaths help in handling the unsettled stress. If stress is often happening, then the deep breathing needs to regular enough to avoid frustrations.
Go for the Run
Going for a run or walk helps to de-stress and keep frustration levels down. Physical exercise always de-stresses the body and refreshes the mind.
Pursuing a hobby helps to de-stress and keep frustration in control. It keeps mind healthy and focused and gives creativity a channel to grow with a sense of accomplishment. Achievement boosts happiness levels.
Writing de-stresses the mind. Also, it frees the mind from all the distractions and overthinking. Putting all your hate and anger on paper relieves you from mental strain.
Listening to music relaxes the mind and body. It keeps tabs down and helps to think in a different dimension. If the mood is off, then turn on your favorite music.
It gives another channel to zone out from daily emotional obstacles. It revitalizes the mind and helps to keep worrying tendencies at bay.
It helps to revitalize the body, increases the concentration, and relives the mild depression. Yoga helps to reconnect the mind, body, and soul and keeps you refreshed.
Anxiety VS Frustration
Frustration is generally related to the outcomes of efforts. If efforts are fruitless, then frustrations arise. Whereas stress is the worry for the future, fears of the unknown. Frustrations disappear as per situations, but anxiety stays longer. Usually, anxiety feeds on internal factors, so self-awareness is mandatory.
Everyone suffers from different anxieties in daily life. Frustration generally comes due to daily stress. You know, it increases anxiety and hampers productivity. Uncontrolled anxiety and frustration mess up everyday life. It is important to handle both emotions. On the contrary, anxiety is a generalized fear.
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Whether you are a love-bitten or have the worst day at the office or you need your employees to relax, drop in to feel relaxed and get recharged for that superb day ahead!
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