13 July 2017

F@*K - THE FOUR SECOND COUNT



I could go on but using "fuck" as the ultimate diverse English word. Though some may get offended and let's behonest  it does degrade our sense of intelligence. It is though a fail-safe to describe your frustrations when stumbling over your words. Either because you are to flustered to articulate anything else. The origin of the word can be looked up on Wikipedia 



So, when frustrated by all means of wanting to scream or fearful of your life. We would like to lose it on what it stresses us out, however that is usually not the acceptable answer.


"FUCK THIS
I'M FUCKING OUT.

FUCK ME, WAIT
SHE'S FUCKING FINE.

WHAT THE FUCK?
FUCK OFF

THAT'S YOUR FUCKING FUCK!
THIS IS FUCKED UP"



 This kind of situation, the best thing to do is remove yourself from the situation if you can. Take the moment and breathe and remove yourself from what is causing your stress. Yet there are a lot of times like the ones in high stress jobs, where the option of removing you from the stress is not viable. So, utilizing tactical breathing is the next best option to keeping you from going into the "black" (a term used in the military to describe personnel who is frozen in fear.) 


  • Slowly inhale a deep breath over 4 seconds; 
  • Hold the breath in for 4 seconds;
  • Slowly exhale the breath out over 4 seconds; 
  • Hold the empty breath for 4 seconds; and 
  • Repeat until your breathing is under control. 
It sounds silly, but breathing is used to control all types of mental disorders and stresses. It allows you to increase your oxygen level to the brain and slow your pulse. This counteract the effects of anxiety. It is used in both police, and military applications, because it works I've used it myself and you become all most light headed as you feels yourself clam down. The more you practise the better you'll get. The breath should come from the diaphragm expanding the chest and the stomach, pulling away from the spine. You do this for two to five minutes and concentrate on how you breathe.


As a result, you will reduce your anxiety and be able to perform, communicate and cope. Lastly managing stress will improve your life.
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    2. Thanks for sharing I be heard of some too. These do help segregate yourself to relax. You have every right to drop the F-bomb with the stress you encountered in the last few years. Thanks for sharing Lynn.

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