Thursday, January 30, 2014
Exercise will cause the release of endorphins, these are known feel-good chemicals in the brain that will aid us in relaxing and feeling happy. Exercise is helpful for people who bite it from depression since it also gives structure and purpose to one’s day. Outdoor exercise that would expose one to sunlight is particularly beneficial since it impacts the pineal gland and directly enhances mood.
Exercise has some other benefits if you try to control your weight or lose some of it. For instance, the more you work out, the less you need to lessen your calorie intake to maintain your weight. It’s also healthy for the heart and it also guarantees that you replace fat with muscle, ending up in a more toned body. Exercise also prevents bone mass loss and the increased risk of osteoporosis that could take place if you’re dieting but don’t exercise.
Monday, January 27, 2014
People with panic disorder may be overly anxious and fearful, considering they cannot predict when the next episode will transpire. The good news is that while they can seem serious, anxiety attack symptoms aren’t harmful in and of themselves. Watch this anxiety attack caught on tape.
Sunday, January 26, 2014
Negative thinking will hinder you from getting the things you want in life. You should not put yourself down. If you say you want something but also say it will never work for you or that you aren’t good enough, the universe will hear it and return that to you.
Stay positive, and transform your live by doing this. Begin to say things that you feel good about yourself. Love who you are. Love life. Say that life loves you. Claim that it will be all smooth and easy, and it will work for you. Plant seeds! You may not get it at the first day, but if you continue watering the seed you have planted and all the affirmation, things will start to shift and change your life.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
A lot of people link caffeine intake to anxiety, fear and panic attacks. There may be some physical association with them, but it must be understood that caffeine is not the main cause for anxiety and panic attacks. The roots usually have to do with emotional wounds and traumas that require a much deeper healing than just getting rid of this stimulant.
Caffeine is a mere trigger of other deeper issues that must be addressed. You get real freedom when you find healing from the inner trauma that you may have experienced.
Monday, January 20, 2014
You may not think about it, but travel, especially international, can be a very stressful experience. Travelers get separated from their familiar social support systems, and must adapt with foreign cultures and languages, and deal with unfamiliar threats to health and safety.
Coping with such a high level of travel stress could stir up physical, social and psychological problems. People who get to encounter a greater range of stress factors are more likely to bite it from psychological problems. Due to the stress of travel, pre-existing mental disorders could be exacerbated.
More to these, for individuals who have a predisposition towards rmental disorde, that disorder could surface for the first time during travel.