Modern people live in nervous and anxious mood for a long time, and the "autonomic nerves" that control salivary secretion, gastrointestinal motility and bladder contraction and other functions are often out of kilter, leading to symptoms such as diarrhea, dry mouth, anger, insomnia and stomach cramps. To alleviate the condition, it is necessary to breathe, move and live slowly to make your body and mind full of vitality, said Dr. Hiroyuki kobayashi, a professor of surgery at Japan's shuntian university.

Practice belly breathing. Breathe in slowly and deeply until your abdomen is slightly inflated, then slowly exhale. This can make the heartbeat is gentle, the person relaxed naturally. Do 10 minutes each in the morning and 10 minutes before you go to bed. For insomnia patients with mental anxiety, a few extra sessions at night can help.

2. Walking. Developing the habit of regular exercise can improve the function of "autonomic nerve". Kobayashi believes walking is the best exercise. If you exercise too much, breathing fast and shallow, the sympathetic nerve that causes tension will be active, and the parasympathetic nerve that calms the body and mind will be suppressed. It doesn't cause you to lose your breath. It also allows you to breathe deeply as you walk, sending oxygen to every cell in your body.

Don't stay up late. Sleep at night is the most exciting time for the parasympathetic nerve, which helps calm the body and mind. If you do not sleep, the body and mind can not rest. Over time, the body's biological clock naturally maladjusted, and other health problems will follow.

Go outside and enjoy nature. Often blow air conditioning in summer, hide in warm room in winter, the function that can make the body adjusts temperature gets worse and worse. Exercise outdoors to sweat and bask in the sun.

Learn to let off steam. Too nervous, restless, excited, or sad, depressed, lost, will disrupt the normal operation of the "self-discipline nerve". Do not come across anything to endure, should vent when the vent, find their own decompression channels.

Use five senses to relax your body and mind. Relax tight body and mind through sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. Such as listening to slow music, smell the aroma of lavender, see more soft colors, for tired body massage and so on.

Choose the right food. Some foods increase the levels of dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin in the body, helping to stabilize the nervous system and calm the mood. Such as poultry, seafood, dairy products, grains, eggs, beans, fresh vegetables and fruits.