Hyperactivity is a feeling of intense anxiousness coupled with an excessive amount of energy. It can be brought on by something as simple as ingesting too much sugar through a candy and soda binge for example. Hyperactivity can also be caused by pleasant emotions and actions such as happiness and laughter brought on by humorous conversations with friends. Excessive laughter can immediately rouse a person’s energy levels within a matter of seconds and metaphorically inject them with a large amount of energy in a small time frame.
Play a Game
Some use video games as a way to escape from the confines of reality in order to achieve a feeling of satisfaction not attainable otherwise. A person can actually utilize the act of playing a video game as a distraction to drain energy in a safe, enjoyable manner. In this regard, video games become a tool for the person to focus energy on something.
Another way a person can deal with feeling hyper is through exercise. Exercise will help the person expend the energy inside in a productive manner.
Set Plans in Motion
Planning while feeling hyperactive is actually worthwhile, since the person may be able to accomplish a lot in a short amount of time. A hyper person may feel that nothing is out of the question and no obstacle is insurmountable. This creates positivity while planning; when the time comes to execute the plan, the excitement previously felt will hopefully be enough motivation to follow through with the plan.
Meditation provides a passive alternative to all the previously mentioned activities in dealing with hyperactivity. Meditation clears the mind and allows a person to delve deep to understand one's individual nature. For those that find this alternative intriguing, note that attempting to meditate while feeling hyper may be difficult; study methods beforehand to exercise self-control and begin developing stronger willpower.