How to stay positive these days

How to stay positive these days

How to stay positive these days

Stress is not good for our health. Especially in the situation like COVID – 19.This is the time when we should focus on the positivity and expects positive outcome.

What is positive thinking?

It is an attitude of focusing on the good and positive things around us. Positive thinking looks for solutions, as opposed to negative thinking that dwells on the problems and obstacles. A person who faces life with a positive attitude will in all likelihood be more successful both professionally and personally, but more importantly, a happier person. Positive thinking is an idea that can change your life perception about the things around us. Whenever we hear the word “Positive”, it simply refers to something good. We can say things which have the essence of goodness in them.

Here are the most important health benefits that can be expected by being positive:

  • Increased and fulsome lifespan
  • Less susceptibility to depression
  • Increased Immunity
  • Better well-being (mentally and physically)
  • Improved cardiovascular system
  • Broader horizons and solution-oriented thinking
  • Increased Skill Development
  • Happiness – Your body emits more endorphin that makes you happier
  • Strengthened self-confidence

Super Seven ways to bring positivity in you:

1. Spending time with nature and environment (you can go for a walk in the park, enjoy lakeside views and many more options to explore). It has been scientifically proven to lower stress levels and provide a sense of rejuvenation. Try to develop some kind of exercise routine daily. This will naturally build your immunity and keep you mentally stable. There are many reasons you may want to avoid the gym. With the recent coronavirus pandemic, the best way to keep yourself positive mentally and physically is to maintain an exercise regime
for example, you can start with a basic cardio exercise for 10 minutes

2. Practise a Simple Cardio Workout (No Equipment needed)

  • 1 min: March in place
  • 1 min: Jog in place, pumping your arms back and forth
  • 1 min: High knees
  • 1 min: Slow, controlled Plyo-jacks
  • 1 min: Regular jumping jacks
  • 1 min: March in place
  • 1 min: Skaters
  • 1 min: Mountain climbers
  • 1 min: High knees
  • 1 min: March in place

3. Doing well for others lifts your mood. Find ways to put a smile on the face of others. It takes the focus off you and your problem, and allows you to feel positivity in you.

4. Practicing gratitude by being thankful to the other for a small and simple thing is great. It uplifts your spirits and provides yourself a mental boost.

5. It is important to take a mental break when things get overwhelming. Do something that gives your mind a break – it could be just a nap or you can meditate using mala beads. This is the best way to release your stress and gain positivity.

6. Deep breathe simply helps to expel toxic air from your body and refills your body. Most importantly it refreshes you brain with fresh air.

7. Scientists have found that taking a walk is the best way to chase the blues away. A daily brisk walk calms you down by stimulating the nerve cells in the brain and relaxing your body.

We can say that “The ability to motivate our inner self and other people to think good and happy thoughts is called positive thinking”.

Behavioural Traits that will bring about Positive thinking:

  • A smiling and a happy face.
  • Being helpful and kind.
  • Not giving up – Getting up and trying again when falling down
  • Being contented, even if you have a little.
  • Maintaining Hope, despite obstacles and difficulties.

When you find yourself in a stressful situation, try to remember these. It will help banish negativity from your life forever. In the end, it is important to find your personal balance.

“Life is not about finding positivity, rather creating positivity we want to have”