STRESS: The Enemy of Your Physical and Mental Health – How to beat it

If you want to stay healthy, besides many lifestyle changes you might want to make in your life, the number one change that can have an enormous impact on a physical and mental level is learning how to manage stress
It’s as simple as that. 

In an article published in the Malaysian Journal of Medical Sciences, they mention studies that have shown that short-term stress might boost the immune system, while chronic stress has a significant effect on the immune system that ultimately manifests an illness.
Interesting fact (also scary): emotional stress is a major contributing factor to the six leading causes of death in the United States: cancer, coronary heart disease, accidental injuries, respiratory disorders, cirrhosis of the liver, and suicide. 
The relationship between stress and illness is complex. 
Mainly because the susceptibility to stress varies from person to person.

The first step to managing stress is to identify what causes you stress. Once you know what your stressors are, you can start to develop strategies for dealing with them.

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The Benefits of Kindness and Gratitude: The Secret to a Happy Life

We live in a world where many people believe that being kind and grateful is a sign of weakness.
They may criticize Millennials, who are often seen as being too sensitive.
While I agree that there is a limit to how sensitive we should be, and that we should not be offended by every little thing, being kind and grateful is a different matter.

I believe that kindness and gratitude are two of the most important qualities that a person can have.
Being kind is not about being weak or letting people walk all over you. It’s about doing something nice for someone else, without expecting anything in return. It’s about being kind to others and to yourself. A simple gesture such as holding the door open for someone or give someone a compliment. 

Read the full article at CORE SPIRIT

Can ANXIETY disorder be managed with Bach Flower Therapy?

Anxiety is a very common disorder in modern society.
It can affect young and older people and it can be highly distressing.

There are several types of anxieties:

  • General anxiety, 
  • Social anxiety, 
  • Performance anxiety, 
  • Fear of specific places or situations, which can lead then to panic attacks.

We all know that anxiety, negative thoughts, or emotions can affect our mood, our everyday life, and even our physical health.
But what can we do to manage it then? 

Read the full article @ CORESPIRIT.