As life experiences become more stressful and painful, it can be hard to see the positive sides of life.
As we learn to deal with more stress, we may need more than just a good night’s sleep.
Here are some tips to help you cope with life’s toughest days: 1.
Find a therapist who understands you and what you need 2.
Ask for help when you’re stressed out or anxious about what to do, say or think 3.
Be mindful of your body and the health of your bones and joints 4.
Exercise regularly, as you’ll get better as you age.
The more exercise you do, the less likely you are to have problems, experts say.
Don’t try to do all of your work all the time.
It can be tempting to do so, but that’s not a healthy way to live.
You should be working to meet your own needs and needs of others, says Jennifer Friesen, PhD, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
Look for ways to get out of the house, or at least avoid it altogether.
That includes going to an outdoor activity, walking or exercising in a quiet place.
Talk to a doctor before taking a prescription medication, says Dr. Jeffrey Loeffler, a professor of medicine at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and co-author of “How to Get Better.”
This will help you make sure you don’t overdose on the drug, and you’re not taking it for too long, Loeffer says.
Use common sense.
“If you don: Do something you think is a good idea,” says Dr