How To Exercise Patience

Mindset, Positivity
How to be Patient Most of us try to exercise patience in most situations. It can be difficult in any situation that presents itself as a problem. How can we practice patience when we are confronted with adversity? Here are a few things to remember. Causes What causes us to be impatient? Is it people or situations? Some of us are patient with people, whereas, others are more patient during certain circumstances. If people cause you to lose your patience, learn to acknowledge and accept that everyone is different. There is no way to escape from dealing with people. We will constantly come across people that rub us the wrong way. The best way to deal with people is to communicate effectively and understand that we do not see things…
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Healthy Relationship Habits – Infographic

Infographics, Positivity
The below infographic shows 4 key healthy relationship habits. Click Here for more Health, Fitness and Personal Development Infographics Visit these top health related websites for information on a wide variety of health and wellness topics. National Institute of Health MedicineNet WEBMD Make sure to check out our health, fitness and personal development related free learning guides and quality digital products.
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Minerals Your Body Needs – Infographic

Health, Infographics
The below infographic shows the 10 minerals your body needs. Click Here for more Health, Fitness and Personal Development Infographics Visit these top health related websites for information on a wide variety of health and wellness topics. National Institute of Health MedicineNet WEBMD Make sure to check out our health, fitness and personal development related free learning guides and quality digital products.
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Are You Addicted To Sugar? – Infographic

Health, Infographics
The below inforgraphic explains 5 signs that you might be addicted to sugar. Click Here for more Health, Fitness and Personal Development Infographics Visit these top health related websites for information on a wide variety of health and wellness topics. National Institute of Health MedicineNet WEBMD Make sure to check out our health, fitness and personal development related free learning guides and quality digital products.
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Worrying Affects Your Body, Mind, and Spirit

Mental Wellness, Mindset, Positivity
Are you one of those people who worry a lot? Do you find yourself tossing and turning at night, unable to sleep, wondering how you are going to pay the bills, pass that exam, or even just get through the next day, with all those things that are on your to-do list? How do you feel when you worry about stuff? Do you feel, happy, content, and enlivened? Or do you feel stressed, anxious, uptight, and fearful? Are you thinking about now, or are you thinking about what is yet to come? Worry takes us away from living our lives fully in the present moment and causes us to be consumed with fantasies about the future being a fearful and terrible place, where doom and gloom awaits us. Does worry…
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Benefits Of Mindfulness Training

Meditation, Mental Wellness, Mindset, Positivity
Who Can Benefit From Mindfulness Training? The answer to this question is a bit of a no brainer! Everyone can benefit from mindfulness training! If you are someone who rushes frantically from place to place, is always on the go, has a never-ending to-do list, and is prone to high anxiety, then you can benefit from mindfulness. If you are a corporate executive working 12-hour days, with meetings and responsibilities, and you are really burnt out but you keep on going, to the point where actually, you are a bit of a workaholic and your family life is beginning to suffer, then you can benefit from mindfulness. If you are a busy stay-at-home mom, or a working single mom, or a married and working single mom, you can definitely benefit…
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The Practice Of Mindfulness

Meditation, Mental Wellness, Mindset, Positivity
Have you ever arrived at a destination and wondered how you actually got there? Or, absentmindedly eaten an entire bar of chocolate and sat with an empty wrapper in your hand, wondering where it went? Well, you are not alone. The majority of us have let autopilot take over and gone about our day mindlessly. We are a world of multi-taskers and because of that, it is easy to lose focus of the moment that we are in presently. We’re lost in a juggling act of home, work, and finances. As humans that are not present in our own lives it is easy to miss the good things that happen in our lives, while poisoning ourselves with criticism. The human mind loves to wander. We are easily distracted, and have…
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The Art And Science Of Self-Discipline

Mental Wellness, Mindset, Positivity
Self-discipline is a skill that can mean the difference between success and failure, between perseverance until the goal is met, and giving up when discouragement prevails, or when distractions are just too alluring. When you think about the concept of self-discipline, what springs to mind? Perhaps, it is having an iron will, nerves of steel or being a taskmaster are some of the rather negative concepts that spring to mind. Self-discipline doesn’t have to be so unappealing. Here are some tips to help you master the art and science of self-discipline, without torturing yourself in the process. • Keep the self-talk gentle and compassionate. Beating yourself up for “failure” or for missing a deadline or for forgetting an important detail, does nothing to get the job accomplished. All it does…
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Causes Of Depression

Health, Mental Wellness
Depression can happen at any age, but it is more common in your 20s and 30s. More women have depression when compared to men, but this may be because women have an increased likelihood of seeking treatment. Depression is a trying ordeal that can greatly impact quality of life and may lead to suicide and self-harm. Risk factors for depression include the following: • Taking certain medicines, such as sleeping pills or high blood pressure medications • Having conditions such as heart disease, chronic pain, stroke, or cancer • Abusing illicit drugs or alcohol • Having post-traumatic stress disorder, eating disorder, or an anxiety disorder • Being transgender, bisexual, gay, or lesbian • Having depression or childhood depression that began when you were a child or teen • Having a…
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Mindfulness Meditation And Exercise

Health, Meditation, Mental Wellness, Stress Management
According to the American Psychology Association a “Stress in America,” survey, conducted in 2014, found that stress affects half of Americans. In the survey, 42% of Americans admitted that they are not effectively managing their stress, and 40% were struggling to sleep due to stress. It is one of the top contributors to insomnia, and New York’s Sleep Medicine Clinic discovered that 30% of adults are dealing with it at any given time. Stress makes it difficult to wind down; it makes it hard to relax physically, not only before sleep, but during it as well. Unfortunately, missing out on sleep can aggravate stress, which has an effect on both physical and mental health, which is detailed by the National Institute of Health. Stress and insomnia work in tandem to…
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