If you’ve ever experienced acute, intense anger or observed it in someone else, you know this emotion can manifest in your body. You may feel your heart racing, muscles tight, fists and teeth clenched, head throbbing, nostrils flared, and fixed gaze. When these emotions flare, there’s a profound impact on your health.
Letting go of the past is difficult to do even if it involves a stressful job, resentment, fear, anger, or a habit that puts your life at risk. For some reason, we hold on because it’s tough to move on. However, letting go will make you feel free again! Transform your suffering into the fuel you need to make a change and start down the road to happiness.
Stress is an inescapable fact in the lives of most people, whether they are poor or rich, old or young, well-educated or not, employed or unemployed, sick or healthy. Of course, there are degrees of security, frequency and duration, and a wide range of reactions/responses to stress.
Menopause. It’s part of the natural life cycle, and how you view and prepare for it can impact your symptoms. It’s impossible to know in advance how it will affect you, just like all hormonal shifts throughout your life. Some people experience more symptoms than others. How you embrace it, though, can impact your happiness and health during the three stages of menopause.
A Gallup report indicates that less than 40 percent of Americans get the recommended amount of sleep. Studies indicate for most adults that less than 7 hours or more than 9 hours on a regular basis is actually detrimental to your health.