How to handle the causes of stress

Stress how to handle it, why do we try it? In the present life system, there are many causes of stress: overwork, school commitments, social relationships that keep us more and more alert, money. All of these commitments become asphyxiating to the point that we can feel overwhelmed by a multitude of emotional or social issues that appear to be enormous to support. What is … Continue reading How to handle the causes of stress

How to handle performance anxiety with 7 important steps

We can begin to have reactions to escape or escape to the outside environment or intense fear and inability to do simple things and this is accompanied by a series of unpleasant physical symptoms. When we are in anxiety, we can manifest a large list of sensations and disorders: palpitations, tachycardia, excessive sweating, choking sensation, chest pain or discomfort, swelling and/or fainting sensations. When anxiety … Continue reading How to handle performance anxiety with 7 important steps

How to get rid of guilt by improving self-esteem

Meaning of Blame and Faith are Endless Arguments. The Psychological Sciences have long studied the Sensation of Guilt to help people improve their lives. As a Psychotherapist in this article I will talk about a specific type of sense, that of the person who is not quite enough … And this goes back to the Consciousness or the Unconscious Self-Acceptance. Do you often feel guilty? … Continue reading How to get rid of guilt by improving self-esteem

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How to Manage Depression in Chronic Pain Sufferers

Often when an individual suffers from chronic pain, they also experience symptoms of depression. Not only are you physically hurting, but often you begin to suffer mentally and emotionally as well, depleting your quality of life significantly and impacting your day to day life dramatically. Here are some tips to help you manage depression in chronic pain sufferers. First, it is important that you talk … Continue reading How to Manage Depression in Chronic Pain Sufferers

5 Truck Driver Safety Tips for Rainy Stormy Weather

If you’re a professional truck driver, then you already know that a huge part of your job is being on the road. And since you’re spending so many hours driving from one destination to the next, this means that you are bound to encounter some inclement weather; sometimes even rain storms. Although the rainy weather is nothing to be overly concerned about, as you’re passing … Continue reading 5 Truck Driver Safety Tips for Rainy Stormy Weather

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5 Tips for Getting Better Sleep Without Using Medication

Most people think that the cure to sleeplessness is medication but often, medication can often have too many side effects and some can even make you dependent on them. That’s why your best option is to always first try some natural methods to getting better sleep at night. In some instances, it’s not so much that you can’t fall asleep, it is that you are … Continue reading 5 Tips for Getting Better Sleep Without Using Medication

Ten Ways to Care for Anxiety

Ten Ways to Care for Anxiety

Someday’s we feel like there is just too much. Whether it is your boss breathing down your throat, constantly stressing you out, or the pressures of not being able to provide for your family, it can all heighten your anxiety to levels that feel out of your control. So what do you do in a case where you feel like everything is going to spin out of control?

1.Breath

2.Water

3.Chanting

4.Pictures

5.Games

6.Drive

7.Music

8.Walking

9.Reading

10.Be you

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5 golden rules to sort your wardrobe

5 golden rules to sort your wardrobe

Do you want to forget about the mess once and for all? Keep reading.

Imagine the closet of your dreams, where every garment is in place and you do not have to fight to find a free hanger.The good news? You can get it, and besides making life easier, you will forget the morning stress when choosing the outfit (and you can spend more time in bed !). Continue reading “5 golden rules to sort your wardrobe”

Anxiety: Repressing anger is dangerous

Repression of anger can become very counterproductive, because if we do not let it flow, it turns against us, causing anxiety and psychosomatic symptoms. Anger is an emotion that eats us inside … Sometimes it overwhelms us, it almost imprisons us and then we feel guilty when we are angry. True? … There are times when the anger and the grudge we hear right now … Continue reading Anxiety: Repressing anger is dangerous