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Is Stress management important?

What comes first to you from the following:

  • Physical Wellbeing
  • Emotional Wellbeing OR
  • Spiritual Wellbeing?

Do you organize yourself?

Do you manage your time effectively and be productive all the time?

Do you divide your day between your basic activities and special activities?

Have you ever admired the #luxuries that have been provided to you, without you even asking for them?

How do you watch yourself and become better, day by day?

And the LAST, but not the least, what is #STRESS and how can we manage it?

Wondering to find answers to the above questions?

This post is for you!!

Topics covered:

1. Background about stress and mental health

2. A quote to get inspired from

3. Amazing insights on Stress Management Basics from #TGV guest Disha Ghosal

4. Quotes that summarize the topic

1. Background about Stress and mental health:

According to the Mental Health Foundation,

“ Stress is the feeling of being overwhelmed or unable to cope with mental or emotional pressure”

And what is #Stress #Management then?

As per a report published in,

“Stress management consists of making changes to your life if you are in a constant stressful situation, preventing stress by practicing self-care and relaxation, and managing your response to stressful situations when they do occur”

2 . A quote to get inspired from: “The truth is that stress doesn’t come from your boss, your kids, your spouse, traffic jams, health challenges, or other circumstances. It comes from your thoughts about your circumstances.”

~Andrew Bernstein.

Stress is created due to external circumstances, but still, you can’t blame them for it, because ultimately, you create it on yourself.

3. Amazing insights on Stress Management Basics by Disha Ghosal:

In #TGV8, conversation with Disha Ghosal, we learn that:

● The first focus should be on Physical Well-being, then we can focus on Emotional Well-being, and then comes Spiritual Well-being.

● You have many things in life that others only dream of. Appreciate the things that you have got and be happy with whatever you have.

We are imperfectly PERFECT

There is always A room for betterment.

A. Divide your time into three categories:

You can always improve in life by following simple rules.

1. Sleep Time

2. Structured Time for other basic activities of life like Food, Study, and a daily dose of sufficient drinking water.

The time in which you read, write or listen to music or any other thing that makes you feel pleasure. B. The Five Finger Rule

3. The time in which you don’t plan but which keeps you moving.

1 Rainbow Diet — Include 7 color meals in 7 days of the week. Go green, go vegan! Its good for planet and good for you too.

2 Drinking water — Drink plenty of water. Consuming at least 3–4 liters a day should help us in cleaning toxins from our body and keeping healthy

3 Sleep — Manage to sleep at least 6 to 8 hours a day.

4 Physical Exercise — Do work out at least 5 times a week. Go for a walk or jog or run or cycling. After all A healthy mind fits in healthy body

5 Pranayam or breath control. Practicing deep breathing will keep someone physical and mentally fit.

Not only that, pursuing a hobby and indulging in it frequently should also relieve you from the unwanted stress. Learning music, playing musical instruments, outdoor sports, watching comedy movies etc. Worked for us. Likewise, you may also try something new. Every year, make it a point to learn something different. Life will be seamless!

If you haven’t tuned in to the #TGV8 episode on Stress Management Basics yet, here are the links:



Are you overwhelmed and thinking it is too much of information?

Don’t worry!

4. A few quotes to summarize the topic:

Let’s simplify them with some beautiful quotes to end the conversation with

Stress acts as an accelerator: it will push you either forward or backward, but you choose which direction ~Chelsea Erieau

“The time to relax is when you don’t have time for it.” ―Sydney J. Harris

So folks, now that we have shared what we learnt about Stress management basics, share with us what you think are the best stress management techniques?

Which stress management technique has helped you the most?

Share your #stress-relieving story with us.

At TGV, we make every attempt to bring in the best of the content from speakers around the world, also, we would like to understand from you, the best ways of stress management.

Please feel free to comment/respond to the #stress management strategies that worked well for you.

Do not forget to share your suggestions or feedback at or by messaging at +91 9494 587 187

This post has been compiled by Abhijeet Sen and TGV hosts!

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Connect with The Stress Management expert Disha Ghosal on LinkedIn:

Her website:

Connect with #TGV hosts:

Naveen Samala:

Sudhakar Nagandla:

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