Science does notrecognize anything that isn’t logical or concrete, that is why a lot of doctors
and medical practitioners shun the emotional freedom technique to be pseudoscientific
and one that is rather ambiguous.
Ambiguous or not, emotional freedom technique is on the contrary, showing great results in
treatment of psychological-based disorders. Continue reading
Be it good or bad habit, once inculcated, we do not need to make a conscious effort to follow one or keep in check. The one thing about habit is that after a prolonged
period of time, it becomes a part of us, and what we do, how we think, and the
way we react eventually depends upon what we keep doing over and over again.
Considering the fact that anxiety can be easily avoided and tackled using one’s own will power and optimism, there are almost 65% of people who complain of stress and anxiety on a regular basis. Continue reading
The effectiveness of Yoga on our body and mind has already been established, and today people by the dozen are turning to yoga with the hopes of improving the quality of their lives.
Speaking of which, no other factor taints your health and quality of life more than stress and anxiety. Stress has often been compared to a slow moving time bomb that can cause life-altering conditions like diabetes, blood pressure, and heart conditions in a perfectly healthy body within a short span of time. Continue reading
Whether it is mild or severe, the effect of anxiety on a person’s mind and body is always negative. Most people consider anxiety to
be the root cause of the problem, which however is not true. Anxiety is merely the effect part, whereas stress is actually the cause that triggers the
reaction. Continue reading
The term stress has always been perceived to have a negative implication, you wouldn’t find
anyone saying ‘Oh thank the Lord, I feel so stressed today’! So what is the talk about this good stress that is doing the rounds of the internet? Is it
true or is it just another urban myth? Continue reading
The term stress does not invoke the same fear as the word cancer, maybe because it gets thrown around so often and hence taken lightly. The truth is that the effect of stress is worse than you think, stress can actually be fatal.
Commonly labeled as the wear and tear, stress does not just affect your peace of mind but also reduces the functioning of your brain and your body system over a period of time. Continue reading
There are a number of chronic diseases that can be blamed on genetics but not a lot of people consider stress
and anxiety to be passed down from parents. How you react to pressure and unfavorable conditions depends mainly upon the power of your brain and your
ability to take charge of your internal activities.
So, can a condition that relies heavily upon one’s individual mental abilities be genetic? Continue reading
Along with a state of mental discomfort, there is also an almost tangible feeling of anxiety
and restlessness associated with the term stress. There are numerous ways to
beat stress, but Yoga is one of the best proven techniques to combat and
prevent chronic stress. Continue reading
Stress has a lot to do with the state of your mind and the control you have over your emotions.
There are a number of factors that can get us worked up but no matter what the cause of your stress is, one sure way to combat stress is through meditation. Continue reading
There are both preventive and curative techniques to de-stress, but most of these therapies or
meditation takes a lot of time for it to actually work.
Here are some quick ways to instantly unwind and beat stress:
Count backwards– When you feel a little wound up, just try to count
back from 10 to 1. This helps to slowly sedate the body and mind, making you
feel calmer. Continue reading