News

Tag Archives: stress

Being Healthy And Happy: 3 Ways To Decompress And Destress.

Stress is a part of life, but for many of us, it is all-consuming. We feel powerless against it, and all the while, our mental and physical health is taking a beating from which they may never recover. It does all sorts of horrible things to the body, from increasing storage of dangerous belly fat, to causing systemic inflammation which is a root cause of many diseases. Finding ways to distress is not an indulgence; it is not something you should merely ‘’try’’ to make time for. It should be a top priority. As someone who found stress was consuming her life at one point, here are just a few ways I have managed to get it under control. Read More »

Stop Stressing Out: How To Let Things Slide.

It happens to the best of us: we let things get to us and ruin our day, or obsess over something that we could have let pass. Instead, we get angry or upset. Maybe someone stole credit for your work at the job, or maybe your mother called. No matter what the case may be, you find yourself boiling with rage and can’t see straight. Not surprisingly, this isn’t very healthy. The impact on someone’s health can range from blood pressure to heart problems, and many other ailments. So what can a person do to snap out of it and let things roll off their backs? It isn’t always easy, but there are a few tips that can help alleviate some of that stress. Read More »

Coping With Down Syndrome.

Finding out that your child has Down Syndrome can be very difficult and challenging. You might doubt your capability of being able to raise a child with special needs. You will worry about how your family will deal with it, how your children can handle it, and how your child suffering from it will be able to live the life you want for him despite his condition. These are all common concerns that parents of a child with Down Syndrome will most likely think about. Keeping a baby you know has this affliction can be tough, but it can also be the best decision you will ever make. The reason they are called special is because that is how they will make you feel, and they will be a treasure worth keeping in your life and a blessing to your family. Read More »

Fishing: Relaxing Or Stressful, But Always Good Fun.

Fishing can sometimes be a controversial hobby to take up within families. Some family members (usually the dad) want to take the rest of the family fishing for some “family bonding” or for the “adventure” whereas other family members (mum) turn their noses up at the thought. “It’s going to be boring” or “it’s going to be cold and wet”. Well, this article looks at and considers both viewpoints. But, by the end of it, you’ll know whether or not fishing is for you. Read More »

Office Goers: How to do Body Treatment and Manage Work Related Stress.

Work related stress can take a great amount of toll on your body. Stress and over times lead to dark circles, premature ageing, dull hair and many other issues. To deal with such harms follow these body treatments on a regular basis to keep looking young and charming. Read More »

Female Stress Urinary Incontinence: Causes and Treatment Therapies.

Incontinence isn’t a natural part of the ageing process, in fact incontinence can affect children as well as adults. Incontinence affects more than 50 million people worldwide. Although it’s seen as an “old persons” problem it isn’t something that is a natural right of passage when we get older. There are 3 different types of incontinence affecting a range of people: Urge Incontinence - Otherwise known as overactive bladder is when there is an increasing urge to urinate. There could literally be a three minute warning followed by accidental urine. This is a result of spasms in the bladder muscles. Not making it to the toilet in time can be embarrassing but urine leg bags can give you the confidence and peace of mind when you're out and about. Read More »

Heart Diseases: The 5 Major Causes and How To Prevent Heart Failure.

Heart attacks in the last decade have been on the rise and most studies attribute it to the change of lifestyle. With the ease brought by technology and money, most people are living a sedentary lifestyle that has as one of its effects heart complications. The following tops the list in the heart disease factors. Learn what they do to your heart as well as use this information to keep your heart pumping well for many years to come. Read More »

Compulsive Hoarding Disorder. Signs You are a Hoarder and How to Stop.

Hoarding isn’t typically a disease that comes out of nowhere. Often there is a tragic event or circumstance that leads an average individual or family turning into hoarders. One example that recently came up was a mother and father who became hoarders following the death of their infant son. The boy’s mother wanted to save everything that used to belong to her son. Overtime, this need to save items that reminded her of her son turned into a need to save everything. Read More »

What are the Phases and Basics of Sleep? How to Sleep Healthy.

Sleep may be a static process for the body, it is definitely not static in the brain. The brain goes through a complex cycle during sleep called the sleep cycle. There are two types of sleep called Rapid Eye Movement (REM) and Non Rapid Eye Movement (NREM) and there are 4 stages of sleep Read More »

Stress Side Effects on Health;The Types, Stages and the Symptoms.

Part of the cycle of life, stress is the strain caused by physical, emotional or psychological events in life. There are several stages of stress. Identifying stress can sometimes be stressful in itself. Stress has major implications on your lifestyle. As a way of manifestation, stress depicts itself in your state of health. Read More »

BIGTheme.net • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes
Real Time Analytics