There are two main classifications of stress – acute and chronic. Acute stress is normal in modern life and can be caused due to any information or event that gives rise to unpleasant feelings. Some stressors that cause acute but short-lived stress are events such as being caught in a traffic jam, watching an unpleasant [...]
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When somebody is feeling stressed it is possible for them to end up displaying passive aggressive behavior, or passive avoidance behavior. Instead of dealing with their emotions in constructive ways, a person displaying this type of behavior is likely to act out indirectly and in disruptive ways. These types of behavior are often very strange. [...]
What causes airborne allergies, hayfever and allergic rhinitis? With every breath we take, we breathe in millions of microscopic particles such as dust, pollen, plant spores, viruses, bacteria and even pollutants in the form of chemicals in the air. Many of these particles are filtered and removed by the nose and respiratory system, while others [...]
TMJ is the commonly used abbreviation for temporomadibular joint syndrome/disorder. People suffering from this disorder experience pain, pressure, popping and crackling in the joint that connects the lower jaw to the skull. People who experience the effects of TMJ often search for ways to help the syndrome or disorder before it results in an inability [...]
Chronic anxiety is a problem that can touch every aspect of your life. Working, going to school, running errands, and even just spending time with your loved ones can become exercises in courage and self-control. Nothing can replace the help of a medical professional when it comes to managing mental health issues, but there are [...]
Have you ever heard the saying, “if you fail to plan, you plan to fail”? This is a very applicable saying to most business and personal matters including stress management. If you fail to plan on your stress management strategy, you plan to fail managing stress. We all know how important it is to manage [...]
Serotonin is an important neurotransmitter manufactured and found in the brain. Along with other neurotransmitters, serotonin helps to support emotional wellness and sleep patterns as well as energy levels, sex drive and appetite. Serotonin also promotes healthy concentration, a positive mental attitude, memory and mental alertness. Other neurotransmitters such as dopamine, as well as certain [...]
It’s no secret that stress is damaging to your physical and mental welfare. Autogenic training might extend a little assistance in that area. It’s been exploited to help diminish stress symptoms in the body. What Is Autogenic Training? Autogenic training is a type of stress reduction technique. It acts by helping you to attain a [...]
Stress can be thrown at us at an early age; in fact an unborn baby can experience stress in utero. We either learn to cope with stress or learn how to avoid stress at an early age. We all have the ability to learn how to manage stress. Some of us learn by trial and [...]
Stress is the single most common complaint at work. Workers might not state specifically that they’re feeling stressed, but there are a number of signals that they might show that bears this out. If you’re among the 1000s who are feeling under pressure to perform on the job, here are a few tension busters that [...]
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