Anti-stress strategies

Count breath.
Close your eyes. When inhaling from one to ten, count back and exhale from ten to one. This lengthens your breathing time and makes you calmer. 5 repetitions. Fragrant breathing.
Grasp the bridge of the nose with your thumb and forefinger. Slowly stroke (about 10 x) over the bridge of the nose several times. Then pause and breathe as if you were consciously picking up a scent. Finger breathing.
Sit upright. Fingers tips together for ten seconds, the pressure surface should be as large as possible. Repeat the exercise several times (about 3 times). Acupressure.
Firmly press the thumb of the left hand into the middle of the palm of the right hand. Simultaneously with the index finger of the left hand exert a counter pressure on the back of the hand. 3 times each hand. Fingers spread.
Stand upright, feet shoulder width. Make sure you are well grounded with both legs. Then hold your arms in front of your body. Clench hands tightly into fists. After a few seconds, let loose again and spread your fingers wide as a countermovement. This alternation of tension and relaxation of the fingers and arms makes the whole body more relaxed. At least 5 times.