Posts Tagged ‘Stress’
Most people know one thing about meditation: that it involves clearing your mind. No wonder people find it so intimidating! Who can completely clear their mind? Well, it takes some time, but you can do it with meditation.
Is fear holding you back from starting over in life? Maybe you want to go back to work after raising your children, or after a divorce. Maybe you want to change career paths, or you may be thinking about starting your own business. You have probably done all your research, and you know what steps to take to move forward, but it requires being flexible – and when fear sets in it can be paralyzing.
“I do not want children. Simple. I am okay with my decision, of course, but I still struggle with feeling judged by others.” If this sounds like your situation, we are sad that you are feeling pressured because of your personal choice to remain child-free, but we want you to know you are far from being alone with it.
Numerous studies have linked the extensive use of social media to depression. We can scroll through social media for hours every day without realizing the cost to our mental health – lost and empty hours that can lead to depression.
If you are experiencing adult-onset acne, there are some practical measures that you can take that can help you reduce and prevent skin breakouts.
When we are feeling anxious, our bodies respond by releasing a natural (and helpful!) stress hormone called cortisol. It only becomes a problem when we experience too much stress and are overloaded with cortisol.
What needs to be done to create mutuality in your home? Do you need your spouse to complete specific chores? Do you need th to engage with the kids? The first step to a more equal partnership is to make a list of what you need.
When we lay awake unable to relax and drift off into that restorative state, our overall functioning takes a dip with mental, emotional, and physical after-effects