You need to rest!

Updated on March 4, 2020

In our productivity-oriented culture, being able to relax from all the stress is crucial if you want to avoid burnout at work. If you feel that there is too much pressure in your life, you should:


If you don’t go to the gym regularly already, you might find it weird why all those successful people spend a significant portion of their time exercising. It’s not only because they want to make their muscles look better. Physical activity has a myriad of positive effects on your brain and body – it helps you to cope with stress, make you more balanced, more alert, and self-confident. On top of that, it improves your cognitive performance. 

Get enough sleep

You might think that you’ll be able to accomplish more if you sleep less, because you’ll have more time, but trust me: you are wrong. For the majority of people, getting at least 8 hours of sleep each night is crucial to function properly. If you are undersleeping, you will make more mistakes, it will be harder for you to focus, and your mood will become worse. 

Have sex

That’s not just because you need some fun in your life too. If you feel stressed by all the responsibilities, deadlines, and your boss, then sex is one of the best ways to help you cope with your stress levels. During sex, your body releases oxytocin, which makes you somewhat immune to the effects of stress. And no, you don’t need to be a sexual freak to buy adult toys, although it wouldn’t be a problem either. Remember, “Homo sum humani nihil a me alienum puto”. Just try to be careful choosing sex toys, as some of them could cause you pain, even if they aren’t meant to! If you want to learn more about dangerous sex toy materials, check out this infographic, provided by The Adult Toy Shop.

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