Stress And Anxiety Management Tips For Busy Moms

The life of a bustling mother is distressing. You are drained, feel like you are being pulled in an too many directions and your schedule is a mile long.

Between shopping for food, arranging and cooking dinners, getting the children to and from school, extra curricular activities, housework, your marriage, and your job also, you have zero time to unwind.

Trust me, I have been there.

As a busy mother of five kids I see that it is so vital to take care of yourself and set aside a few minutes to ease your anxiety. Here are a few things I learned en route.

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1. Get Organized

Disorganization leads to chaos. Plan out your meals a head of time. Prepare slow cooker meals for busy nights. Save those tedious family favorite recipes for evenings that you will be home and have time to cook.

Plan time for exercise and fitness consistently. Discover what time of day works best for you and stick with it. Utilize a paper schedule to monitor occasions including your kids, school and whatever else that may come up.

We have a family notice board where we show our timetable, and other essential papers. Separate up the housework. Give your children straightforward tasks that they can do before or after school.

Assign Saturdays for family chore day and relegate bigger chores for your kids then.

2. Put Yourself First

This one is so difficult in light of the fact that mothers are wired to be guardians. We need to make our friends and family happy and take care of every one in our home.

Be that as it may, we won't have the vitality to be the principle guardians in the event that we don't take care of ourselves first. Ensure you put aside time each day to help out yourself.

This can go for a run or at home with treadmill or working out at a young hour in the morning before your children get up, taking a seat with a book before bed each night, or unwinding in a steaming shower.

Removing time from your bustling calendar to accomplish something that you cherish will get your brain off of what is bringing about anxiety.

3. Hug Your Children Often

As indicated by psychologytoday.com, human touch mitigates stress. They clarify that physical 

"touch signals safety and trust; it soothes. Basic warm touch calms cardiovascular stress. It activates the body’s vagus nerve, which is intimately involved with our compassionate response."

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I feel calm and relaxed after I give my children hugs. It additionally helps them to feel better about themselves realizing that somebody cherishes and looks after them profoundly.

4. Set Aside A Few Minutes For Faith, Prayer Or Meditation

This is a major one for me. If it were not for my Catholic faith, I would not have the quality to proceed with everything else that is important in my life.

On the off chance that you don't trust in God or you don't attend a church, locate some basic relaxation meditations you can listen to.

For Amazon Prime members, there are a great deal of free and low cost relaxation meditations on Amazon music. You can also find them in iTunes or other app stores for your device. If you do have a practicing religion, set aside a few minutes for God.

You can also volunteer at your church or place of worship if you have some free time.

Bottom Line

We have all witness the impact of too much stress and anxiety on the body. It can cause weight gain, sleep deprivation, discouragement and other diseases.

Busy mothers need to be there to take care of their family. This is the reason it is vital to take control of our anxiety, before it controls us.

Cascia Talbert
 

Cascia Talbert is a mother of five children, devout Catholic, health and fitness enthusiast, and positive parenting supporter. She started the Healthy Moms Magazine in 2007 as a resource for moms. She is a featured blogger at wellsphere.com and often has her content featured on the popular news app, News360. The Healthy Moms Magazine was ranked the number one health blog for moms from RNCentral.com. Cascia also blogs at talbertzoo.com . She lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband and five children. As a busy mom of five she understands how difficult it is for moms to find the time to take care of themselves. She has dedicated the past 8 years researching and educating herself on the latest in health, fitness and parenting so she can share what she has learned with others. She is currently working on her first book with the publication date TBA

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