Tips given by celebrities on how to deal with stress
Life can be stressful, especially now, when most people live in constant haste. Sometimes you have to learn to deal with lasting stress. Tension can be the result of many factors, for example, family problems, conflicts at work or economic, health problems, and especially the death of a relative or a close friend. It is very important to recognize the reasons for our anguish (often stress is natural) and know what will be the most effective method to combat it. Of course, the stress level changes when you are celebrities so here are some tips from them on how to handle it!
Angelina Jolie: "I find meditation in sitting on the floor with the kids coloring for an hour, or going on the trampoline. You do something you love, that makes you happy, and that gives you your meditation."
Kendall Jenner: "My way to de-stress is either listening to music or talking to my sister, Kourtney. She's going to teach me how to meditate and that should help a lot"
Arnold Schwarzenegger: "Training gives us an outlet for suppressed energies created by stress and thus tones the spirit just as exercise conditions the body."
Russell Brand: "I meditate often. It connects you to a source of energy that’s more powerful than the material world in which we primarily dwell. It helps you relax and unwind."
Madonna: "Actually, I scream a lot …. I guess sometimes handle things well, sometimes I don’t"
Brad Pitt: "Years later you come back around to what interested you as a boy. Now if I have something that I’m dealing with that’s causing me a lot of stress, my mind goes to architecture."
"I walk around the yard and start thinking about what I need to do to the house structurally. It’s similar to puzzles in that way, like a crossword puzzle or anything else I can put my mind into. It’s a relief for me."
Gwyneth Paltrow: "I have never been very good at handling stress (though a bit of meditation helps), and I wanted some very practical ways of reducing it that I could use during the course of my day."
Kate Winslet: "I plan everything in advance, who’s dropping off the kids, who’s picking up. We have charts, maps and lists on the fridge, all over the house. I sometimes feel like I’m with the CIA."
Michelle Obama: "So if I’m ever feeling tense or stressed or like I’m about to have a meltdown, I’ll put on my iPod and head to the gym or out on a bike ride along Lake Michigan with the girls."
Viggo Mortensen: "One of the best pieces of advice I ever got was from a horse master. He told me to go slow to go fast. I think that applies to everything in life. We live as though there aren't enough hours in the day but if we do each thing calmly and carefully we will get it done quicker and with much less stress."
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Goldie Hawn: "Stress is something that’s created in the mind, basically. It’s how we look at things. So our greatest defense against stress is the ability to change our minds; to change our thinking."
Keanu Reeves: "Money doesn't mean anything to me. I've made a lot of money, but I want to enjoy life and not stress myself building my bank account. I give lots away and live simply, mostly out of a suitcase in hotels. We all know that good health is much more important."
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