The Unofficial Guide to Alternative Methods of Stress Management

Stressed? These treatments could help.

5/13/2021 10:26:00 PM

Stressed? These treatments could help.

From float therapy to ayurvedic treatments, here’s how to quell the anxieties associated with getting back to your social life.

Float TherapyPause West HollywoodBecause sometimes the best gift you can give yourself is the gift of silence. For anyone needing to calm their over-stimulated, neurotic minds, floatation therapy will soothe your brain while also helping to promote healthier skin, hair, and nails. Entering a pitch-black sensory deprivation tank filled with a warm water filled with 1200 pounds of magnesium sulfate, you’ll find yourself instantly floating in the salted waters. The idea may sound claustrophobic (there are music options and lighting options if you need) but in actuality, the practice is anything but that. This unique form of water therapy has gained major traction among A-listers in film and sports circles as an essential practice to calm the nervous system, reduce stress, and headaches—while the physical act of floating helps restore postural alignment, circulation, glow, and for all of those creative types, provides mental clarity.

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PsychotherapyDanielle Brooks, Beverly HillsWe’d be remiss if we did not mention the option of talk therapy in an article about stress management and anxiety treatments. One of the best outlets to relieve stress is to talk to a professional outside of your circle of friends and family. Therapy is essential these days, and not just because of the pandemic: aside from having to deal with real life, our minds and bodies have been inundated with outside stimulation and excess information. Brooks has been a renowned therapist in the field of psychotherapy on the West Coast and New York for decades, helping to service the mental and emotional needs of her clients both in person and on Zoom.

A Walk in the CanyonsFranklin, Runyon, Temescal, and Tree PeopleBecause Los Angeles is one of the largest and most spread-out cities in America, there’s not really one single, central gathering place. At times it can be hard to feel like you’re in a large community. What L.A. does have, though, is an abundance of scenic trails to help you connect with nature—which is a key component in helping calm the nervous system. Less expensive than a shiatsu massage, walking costs nothing and it can be done alone or with friends to help you connect with something bigger than anything material—and help you center your mind.

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Stress Relief 101: A Science-Based GuideFeeling stressed out most of the time? These science-based techniques may help. SaveGaza انقذوا_حي_الشيخ_جراح savesheikhjarrah ŞeyhJarrahmahallesinkurtarın SalvailquartierediSheikhJarrah RettedasViertelSheikhJarrah sauvezlequartierdesheikhjarrah GazaUnderAttack /2 These are some things the technique works on: suicidal thoughts, flashbacks, panic attacks, Aggravation, Anger, Hate, Hostility, sadness, grief, guilt, worthlessness, hopelessness, Fears Stress, Intimidation, Shyness, Worry, Horror, Terror, Panic and MORE /1 No need for 'tips'. Here is a TECHNIQUE. This stops stress emotions and their episodes, returning a person to calm. My Podcast: You can start stopping episodes TODAY!

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There's This Intense Screenlife Film Called 'Profile' Coming Out, And It Actually Made My Stomach Drop*Pulls chair right up to the screen while stress-eating popcorn*

Do You Complain Too Much?People who always complain can alienate others and hurt their own well-being. Here's how they can adopt a healthier outlook, explains swhitbo swhitbo OH, but 'it IS THEM'... Ask any narcissist...LOL...Can't wait for a narcissist to try that. Like when they complain they are not getting their way in a rage-fit. Oh, first it would mean the narc has to admit they are the problem...YEAH, not going to work well.... swhitbo /1 OK. As per this article. Complaints, number one, are an emotional charge, and can be STOPPED by getting at the emotional charge behind the Resentments, Grudges, Etc... NORMAL people, those without a disorder, can do this easily. swhitbo /2 'Intolerance' for something is a cause for complaint, a person would target that 'Intolerance Charge', that works by the way, I have lack of Thyroid, I have Irritability, intolerance for some things. I trigger and go off. I stop my episodes with THIS method EXACTLY...

Doctor Makes Half-Hearted Alternative Suggestions Before Handing Over DrugsARLINGTON, VA—Rapidly running through a list of non-pharmaceutical options that might resolve his patient’s anxiety issues, local physician Alan Caplan offered a series of half-hearted alternatives Friday before handing out drugs. “You could consider various lifestyle changes such as eating better and exercising more,” said Caplan, even as he uncapped his pen and reached for his prescription pad. “Some people try meditation to help them relax.” At press time, Caplan had fallen totally silent as he scribbled the dosage instructions for the anti-anxiety medication Cymbalta.