Emotional Wellness

Emotions, Health, Personal development, Stress Management
Many people these days are all-too quick to ignore their emotional wellness, even if they are strong proponents of physical health. Emotional health, however, can influence your over-all health and wellness, and of course it has its own benefits. But what is emotional wellness? What Is The Seven Years War Emotional Wellness refers to the ability to respond to stress. It is closely linked to mental health, which has more to do with the ways in which we actually solve problems, and our emotional health can also impact our physical health, which refers to the proper functioning of our living bodies. If all of these sound similar, it's because they are. Emotional wellness, physical wellness and mental health are less than half of the "dimensions of wellness" that are currently…
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Stop Panic Attacks Before They Start

Mindset, Panic Attacks, Stress Management
This article presents ideas on how to stop panic attacks before they start. Panic attacks are typically described as sudden and extreme bouts of fear and apprehension. While these attacks can happen at any time, stressful or traumatic situations can make you more prone to experiencing them. That being said, one major thing you can do to help fend off future panic attacks is to learn how to manage stress properly. Here are a few tips to get you started. Count to Ten Unfortunately, you don’t always make the best decisions in the face of stress or a crisis. When a stressful situation comes your way, step away from the problem and count to ten. Use this time to collect yourself and think about the decision that’s right for you.…
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Prevent Panic Attacks Naturally

Natural Healing, Panic Attacks, Stress Management
This article presents some all natural ways to prevent panic attacks. Panic attacks are typically the result of high levels of anxiety or stress. Unfortunately, no one is immune to the possibility of a panic attack. The uncomfortable and sometimes debilitating experience can strike at any time. On a brighter note, should the problem occur, there are several things you can try to ward of panic attacks naturally - by way of reducing your anxiety. Here are some anxiety busters to consider. Chamomile Chamomile is a herb containing anti-anxiety properties, and it is commonly brewed into tea. Some of the calming compounds found in chamomile work by binding to receptors in the brain. These same receptors are the ones that respond to drugs such as Xanax and Valium. Chamomile, with…
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What Is A Panic Disorder

Mental Wellness, Panic Attacks, Stress Management
People suffering from a panic disorder have frequent panic attacks. Unlike an occasional acute panic attack, these even more pronounced attacks are often tied to situations that have caused trouble before. The simple fear of having another panic attack in an uncomfortable recurring situation can cause enough anxiety to trigger a panic disorder. Think of it as a vicious circle of sorts. It's a circle that causes many people to totally avoid previous situations they've been in if they have caused a series of attacks. While the exact cause of panic disorders is unknown, they are still treatable. Most often, they are treated through therapy or with the aid of self-help strategies. These therapy sessions are typically enough to mitigate the problem, but medication may also be used in some…
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Relaxation Essential Oils

Holistic Medicine, Natural Healing, Stress Management
Below is a list of 31 Relaxation Essential Oils that will help you Reduce Stress, Calm Anxiety And Relax Your Mind and Spirit. 31 Relaxation Essential Oils Checklist  Orange  Basil/Linalool  Sweet Orange  Lavender  Damask Rose  Propolis  Lemongrass  Lemon  Lippia Alba  Yarrow  Bergamot  Vetiver  Cinnamon Leaf  Cedarwood  Lime  Grapefruit  Eucalyptus  Orange  Sandalwood  Ylang Ylang  Clary Sage  Jasmine  Frankincense  Peppermint  Copaiba  Tea Tree  Marjoram  Bitter Orange  Chamomile  Geranium  Vanilla Relaxation Essential Oils Blend Recipes Relax Blend • 3 drops of Lavender oil • 3 drops of Orange oil • 1 drop of Ylang-Ylang oil • 2 drops of Patchouli oil Triple…
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Essential Oils To Reduce Stress

Holistic Medicine, Natural Healing, Stress Management
This article lists 12 Essential Oils To Reduce Stress And Anxiety. Listed below are brief entries about recent studies conducted on essential oils to reduce stress that can be easily bought from health and wellness stores, or sometimes even big-box stores. Most of the entries will also give you some information on how best to use the essential oils – whether through aromatherapy, message and others. The entries do not include dosage information, as this can vary based on how and where you want to use the essential oils to reduce stress. For doping information, look for instructions on the packaging, consult an expert, or do further research. Orange A 2018 study conducted in Brazil found that mice who were exposed to orange essential oils as a mist in the…
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Mental Benefits of Meditation

Meditation, Pain relief, Stress Management
Meditation cleanses and nourishes you from within and calms you, whenever you feel overwhelmed, unstable, or emotionally shut down. It makes you aware - that your inner attitude determines your happiness. If you practice meditation regularly, it can have everlasting effects. Some of them are mentioned below: 1. Meditation provides an Emotional Balance Emotional balance means to be free of all the neurotic behavior that results from the existence of a tortured and traumatized ego. This is very hard to achieve fully, but meditation certainly is the way to cure unhealthy emotional states. When consciousness is cleansed of emotionally soaked memories, it helps to achieve a much need emotional balance. 2. Meditation improves your focus, attention, and ability to work under stress Meditation practice generally revolves around the area of…
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The Science of Yoga

Fitness, Personal development, Stress Management, Yoga
Yoga is a spiritual discipline dating back to some 5000 years in the history of Indian philosophy, its purpose, mainly to unleash spiritual and mental powers of an individual. However, in recent times Yoga has been extremely popular in the context of fighting stress, anxiety, and depression in these times of industrialization and our fast pacing lifestyles. Yoga is used in medical practices to treat conditions such as multiple sclerosis, arthritis, and others. Many recent studies show the amazing effects Yoga has on the brain, central nervous system, and the immune system. Yoga is also understood to be a body of knowledge handed down through millennia from Guru to Chela. This has been gained through intense, systematic, introverted investigation into the workings of the human mind in search for the…
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Stress and Your Physiology

Heart Health, Stress Management
Why Stress is Really Bad for You You’ve probably been told before that stress is really bad for you. It’s something that is constantly rammed down our throats and we’re constantly being reminded how stress can cause heart problems, cause weight gain and generally cause all manner of problems. This is not news then. But what we don’t get told so often is precisely why stress is so bad for us or what it actually does to negatively impact on our health. Read on then and we’ll look at the reasons why stress is actually such a problem and what you can do to prevent it – or at least to limit the negative consequences. Stress and Your Physiology The first thing to note is that stress has a profound…
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Healthy Lifestyle Infographic

Diet, Fitness, Health, Infographics, Stress Management
The below healthy lifestyle infographic details 8 steps that can lead to a healthier life including: Eating a healthy diet, Avoiding unhealthy habits, workout regularly, practice good hygiene, stay hydrated, get enough sleep, control your stress level and get regular medical checkups. There are 5 categories of self-care and how they help you: 1. Sensory: helping to calm your mind. It is being tuned in to all the detailed sensations around you which mean you are living in the present moment, and that allows you to let go of past resentments and anxieties into the future as well. 2. Emotional: A great self-help tip is to be totally engaged with your emotions. It helps so much with stress. It's healthy to feel and accept your emotions, moving on from them;…
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