How To Manage Stress

Stress is today’s new epidemic. Burnouts, anxiety and depression are all rooted from stress which is caused by increased pressure from employers who demand more for less combined with a wildfire fueled by the search of higher social status through accumulation of the latest stuff.

Luckily, stress is getting more and more recognition for its absolute hazardous effect on us and here are a few tips on the way how to deal with and reducing it.

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Smartphone Addiction

Are you overusing your phone? Do you place it next to you on the table on most occasions? Do you check it every two minutes for updates?… You might be walking around with an addiction.

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LCHF & Mental Health – The relationship between food and mind

Eating low-carbohydrate diets made from the basis of unprocessed raw materials seems to be a powerful tool for protecting and improving physical health. Can the same nutritional strategy be beneficial for the brain as well? New research and clinical experience indicate that the answer is YES.

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Social media addiction

The use of social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Tinder has become the cornerstone of modern communication and connection as it allows users to create a sense of belonging and redefine their way of being. Despite the many positive benefits and impacts of these sites, the recent Cambridge Analytica scandal has reignited discussions about the place of social media and social networking sites in our lives.

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Physical Effects of Stress

You’re sitting in traffic, late for an important meeting, watching the minutes tick away. Your hypothalamus, a tiny control tower in your brain, decides to send out the order: Send in the stress hormones! These stress hormones are the same ones that trigger your body’s “fight or flight” response. Your heart races, your breath quickens, and your muscles ready for action. This response was designed to protect your body in an emergency by preparing you to react quickly. But when the stress response keeps firing, day after day, it could put your health at serious risk.

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Anxiety & Depression

Everyone gets anxiety or feels depressed every now and then. It’s not uncommon for someone with an anxiety disorder to also suffer from depression or vice versa. Nearly one-half of those diagnosed with depression are also diagnosed with an anxiety disorder.

Have you ever wondered if others have anxiety, feel the same as you or how common it generally is? Here’s a little info on the topic as well as tips on what you can do to get a relief. Read More

Diabetes – how to normalize your blood sugar

Do you have diabetes or are you at risk? Are you worried about your blood sugar? Then keep reading. Here you can learn how to normalize your blood sugar and become healthier and slimmer – as thousands of others have already done.

The disease diabetes, whether type 1 or 2, means that you’re getting too much glucose in the blood. But it’s easier than you think to control and influence with a change of your lifestyle choices. The problem is that the advice that you’re given in the health care system is the opposite of what you should be doing. Read More