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How do I relieve stress? (Teenager)?

How do I relieve stress? (Teenager)? Topic: Exercises for improving writing skills
July 20, 2019 / By Sunday
Question: Screaming into a pillow and reading a book or distracting myself does NOT help. I'm getting stressed about having PE in highschool because I'm not very athletic, and I have to take 4 years of a foreign language for college credits, and I have some girl issues and there is just too much piling onto me at once. I've heard many people say to just like vent to somebody but really I've tried and it still doesn't help. ALSO I'm starting to have a hard time restraining myself from getting aggresive with people who are mean to me at school. Usually I'm a good kid and get A's and B's and all that crap but these kids are driving me crazy and I just want to punch thier pretty fricking faces in but I know I cant,,, but I'm having a hard time controlling myself. Please help me :/
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Rae Rae | 9 days ago
It's all about looking at your life from a different perspective. You're young and you are now having to cope with issues that seem to be overwhelming. Your life will continue to have difficult choices and difficult hurdles. It's real stressful, but as you mature, you learn how to cope. You say you are not athletic. Are there choices of what activities you can take in PE? Like weight lifting for instance, or track (running doesn't take much skill). See if there are options for you in this area. Is it 4 years or 4 semesters of a foreign language? Who knows? Maybe you will really enjoy this class or even be able to speak another language when you're done. Pick a language of a country you would like to visit someday. Find a friend to study with. It can be fun speaking another language with someone else. Probably most of your troubles right now stem from the fact that you feel you are being forced to take classes that you don't want to take and you are overwhelmed. When we get stressed out, we get irritable, and things like stupid kids teasing us can seem worse. If you weren't all stressed out by these issues, you would probably be able to ignore them or let it roll off you. You already know that acting out your anger on dumb kids won't make your situation any better. Girl issues will not improve if you continue to feel aggressive and stressed out. So, check into options for PE. Take one day at a time. If doing relaxing activities doesn't help, do something really physical. My son has a punching bag that sees action once in awhile. He also lifts weights. I go outside and work in my yard. Go on a strenuous hike, do something different, do something fun. Write down all the negatives in your life and see if there is anything you can do to change it, if not: it is what it is. That's the phrase I use when I have to do something, no choice. Girl issues: well get yourself into a happier frame of mind before trying to work that out. Young girls usually don't want to hear complaining, they want attention and they want to have a good time. Make sure you're getting a good night sleep. Stress is much harder to cope with when you don't sleep. Later on in life you will look back at this time as the easiest. Believe me. You don't have to pay a mortgage, get up a 4:30 AM, work an extremely stressful job 5 days a week, have a house to clean and repair, a yard to take care, bills to pay, pets or children to care for, health issues, etc. That's some of things that I have to do. I also have to allow myself time to relax, time to exercise, time to read, time to take piano lessons, time for friends, and a million other things. It's a juggling act to live a life. You will get better at it. This is your job now. Try to look at things from different angles, don't be hard on yourself.
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Rae Originally Answered: How to relieve stress?
A certain level of stress is unavoidable, in modern society, so it is a good idea to develop effective coping methods. Light to moderate daily exercise combats stress. For some people, it helps to visualise a quiet, relaxing scene (imagine, as vividly as you can, that you are on a tropical beach, reclining comfortably; you luxuriate, as the the sun warms you, and a gentle breeze caresses your skin lightly, inhaling the tangy, sea scented, salt laden spray from the sparkling, translucent, aqua waves, crashing on the white, coral beach sand, and feeling the hot sand slip through your fingers in one hand, sipping your favorite drink with the other; all the while, the seagulls call, swoop and cavort playfully overhead in a cloudless, azure sky: you feel just like one of them, free to soar and cartwheel, or just glide in the heavy, humid air, and that this moment will last forever). Go to: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/meditation/MM00623 & http://www.healthjourneys.com/free_audio.asp & www.meditainment.com/stress-buster & http://www.freehypnosistreatment.com/meditationtreatment.html & http://www.meditainment.com/free-meditation-content & www.healthjourneys.com which are all free. Take 4 Omega 3 fish oil supplements, daily; (certified free of mercury) it is best if consumed with an antioxidant, such as an orange, or its FRESHLY SQUEEZED juice. If vitamin E is added, it should be certified as being 100% from natural sources, or it may be synthetic: avoid it. See: Mercola.com SEARCHBAR: "krill oil". The supplement DHEA is thought to counter the stress hormone, Cortisol. Ginseng & Lady's Slipper are recommended herbal remedies. Progressive Muscle Relaxation http://www.drcoxconsulting.com/managing-stress.html can be learned quickly, and takes only several minutes Also: http://www.mindtools.com/smpage.html & http://relaxationemporium.com/ & http://tinyurl.com/29so4u & at www.lessons4living.com there is an audio demonstration. At Amazon.com there are: "sounds of the ocean", & "ambient rain sound", & "mountain river sounds" via the searchbar. You could repeat: "I feel calm" and/or "I can handle this.", or employ the EFT version for use in public, for which you can reasonably claim that you have a headache, as you use the acupressure massage/tapping on your temples, but it may be advisable to restrict yourself to subvocalising (saying it to yourself, in your mind, not aloud). "Even though I sometimes suffer from stress, I deeply and completely accept myself". www.mercola.com searchbar: "EFT", & "EFT therapists" or www.tapping.com (13 free videos) - professional is best. Practise a daily relaxation method, such as http://altmedicine.about.com/cs/mindbody/a/Meditation.htm or www.wikihow.com/Meditate or Yoga Nidra, (a series of easy mental exercises only; no flexibility required) at http://your-mental-health.8m.com/blank_25.html Anxiety; see pages 1, & i. Options: A massage (at least neck and shoulders) with jasmine, lavender, juniper, and/or bergamot, or German chamomile essential oils added to the massage oil, and to a warm bath, preferably beforehand, to help make any tension knots and muscles more pliant (others may only want, say, a sandalwood & juniper, mix; check first).

Melisa Melisa
I understand what you are going though, I was a high school student myself and its not easy, you go though more problems in high school than you did in elementary. That is a good thing that you are taking 4 years of foreign language for college credits, don't give up. I'm didn't like having gym class either myself because I didn't like to play sports, what I did was try to put a lot of effort into every game we had in gym class even though I didn't like it too well. And about the girl issues, if you feel stressed out about this girl, you should talk to her and open up your feelings about how you feel and why, talking will do you good and talking to people like your friends or family will help relieve stress. Don't vent because venting can get you into a lot of trouble depending how bad of a temper you have. And about the people being mean to you at school, get mean back with them or tell them how you feel and them them to stop picking on you and act their age. That is a good thing that you are a A and B student, don't let that change because grades really matter when you are in school. Don't punch anyone in the face, its not worth getting in trouble for. During the day you should take time for yourself and sit quietly in your bedroom and mediate and breath in and out slowly and gather all of your thoughts about today and how it can be solved if theres a problem. You should see a school conselor if you feel this stressed out, try lowering down your stress by taking time for yourself, talking to people about your feelings. Good luck :-)
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Leeann Leeann
Honestly, just breath. everything will be okay. If you find yourself in a situation that is aggressive, just breath in through your nose out your mouth and count down from 10, each inhale/exhale a number. if that doesn't work once you have reached 10, walk about from the situation and calm down before returning. Don't worry about being athletic, it's high school not the olympics. just do what you can and over time you will get better! - you really only need 3 years of foreign language , but if you want to take 4 go ahead. Girls can be catty and vicious and full of them selves -take it from me i am one. Try talking out your problems, or writing it down . What really helps is to take time for yourself and go outside, get some vitamin d and take walk listening to your music, or just to clear your head! it helps, it will calm you down. you could also go for a run, even though your not very athletic exercise helps with stress and makes your feel better afterwards . Don't stress!!!! hope this helped!
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Jojo Jojo
It sounds like you are trying to run from your family by being a part of all those social clubs. You are spending way too much time on these clubs, and it is winding you up so much you don't have time for sufficient rest. So take a break from some of these; pick the ones that are the most important and let the rest go. You'll end up having more fun and be able to relax more.
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Gemma Gemma
Watch porn, jack off it relives stress or jus go out watch a movie with yo girl or do sumtin wit her
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Gemma Originally Answered: How to relieve my Trigger Finger?
Dear Albert, Trigger finger is the popular name of stenosing tenosynovitis, a painful condition in which a finger or thumb locks when it is bent (flexed) or straightened (extended). A doctor may prescribe occupational therapy or physical therapy to alleviate the swelling that causes the triggering. A patient may be given a corticosteroid shot at the base of the offending finger and then sent to therapy, or sent to therapy first to deal with the problematic triggering and resulting swelling that results from the constant triggering Some of the treatment options in occupational or physical therapy may include steroid iontophoresis treatment, splinting, therapeautic ultrasound to decrease swelling or phonophoresis (ultrasound with an anti-inflammatory dexamethasone cream). Some patients have received relief from Acupuncture. If conservative treatment does not help, the problem is often resolved by a relatively simple surgical procedure (usually outpatient, under local anesthesia). The surgeon will cut the sheath that is restricting the tendon. Treatment may include a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, hand splinting, corticosteroid injection directly around the tendon and sheath, or surgical release of the sheath. - But corticosteroid injections are usually only a temporary solution, and usually make the condition worse in the long term. Common risk factors for trigger finger include use of vibratory tools, repetitive motions of the hand or fingers or certain diseases that affect the circulatory system, like diabetes and hypothyroidism. Using anti-vibration gloves for work, taking frequent rest breaks or changing positions, and keeping any diabetes or hypothyroidism under control reduce the risk of developing the condition. Ok. I hope you will be glad with my answer. Discuss to your doctor for the best treatment for you and how to prevent recurency. Good luck. Sincerely. Anasthasia Pride [email protected]

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