The 5 best exercises according to Harvard (and no, none is running)

The 5 best exercises according to Harvard (and no, none is running)

Although there are many who still believe that running is the best sporting activity that exists, experts point to the opposite. From the University of Harvard reveal what are the 5 best physical exercises you can do to stay in shape.

Practicing sports is advisable for all types of people, regardless of their age or physical condition. Regular physical practice helps to benefit our health, prevent problems such as depression, strengthen the body and improve faculties such as balance, memory or endurance. However, there are already many experts who say that running is not the most appropriate option since in addition to being a source of injuries can be harmful to the joints or the digestive system. Continue reading “The 5 best exercises according to Harvard (and no, none is running)”

How to Manage Anger – Effective Strategy

Anger is a destructive emotion; there is no more dangerous and counter-productive emotion of rage. No matter what the situation is, but it is undeniable that its impact on our lives is not healthy and much less positive. It is true, however, that we experience it almost every day, but when we give it uncontrollably, it is not beneficial to us and can cause us … Continue reading How to Manage Anger – Effective Strategy

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

Chronic Pain Sufferers

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

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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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