|Stress comes in many forms….
But, There are Things You Can Do to Handle It….
Number 1: Make sure you’re well fed. By this I mean eaten some good basic food as close to basic as possible: decent protein, veggies or salad. Avoid refined foods. The reason for this one is that your blood sugar levels go up and down based on nourishment. If it’s spiking you’re not going to feel good and every issue you’re trying to deal with will be bigger than it really is so, first thing, make sure you’re well fed.
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Understanding weight gain is, perhaps, the best way to figure out weight loss
Though weight loss is the most talked-about health category these days, it is yet shrouded in mystery. With so many fad diets, philosophies and theories, it is a very confusing subject indeed. Low-calorie, starvation, low-carb or high protein diets all seem to have merits, yet don’t seem to work for everyone.
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Calcium and magnesium levels are of the utmost importance in weight loss too
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Anger issues can be said to have become quite an issue for some, but could they be physical?
We all know them. Perhaps we have seen them in traffic, on the checkout line or even in business. For some people, a short fuse, easy triggers and low tolerance for others are a real problem. Anger management is a buzzword nowadays. This implies the necessity of some sort of behavioral therapy. But do these people all “have issues”? It turns out anger issues can be a symptom of three other physical issues causing them.
Many people suffer from muscle tension, especially at work, but these 5 steps can keep it at bay
One of the most common complaints in the workplace today is muscle tension in the neck, shoulders and back. Chiropractors, physical therapists and massage therapists commonly see these cases day in and day out. There are many reasons for these conditions and many suggested prevention strategies. Many of them point to lack of 5 things which, practiced, can prevent it from occurring in the first place.
Advancement opportunities may seem scarce, but they are everywhere if you know how to create them
Look around. People want to improve their lot, especially at work. While there are plenty of advancement opportunities, they are not always apparent. And, when they come around, they are not there for long. Competition can be fierce. Just as the early bird gets the worm, however, so does the one who is best prepared get the best opportunities first. Career advancement advice is everywhere with tips, tricks and hacks galore. Most of it dealing with interview skills and the like. But what about your physical preparedness and mental alertness for this task? Do these come into play? Here are 3 odd tips that would suggest that they do.
Dental fear is a well-known issue to many, but is it necessary?
You may be calm in life but, something about that dental chair and those procedures can make your hair stand on end. Even the most even-keeled person can become a nervous wreck when it comes to seeing the dentist, even for the most routine procedures. Why, however, can some tolerate the most extensive procedures without even batting an eye? Are some people naturally more nervous than others when it comes to routine dentistry? Evidence would suggest otherwise. There are indeed some factors to consider that can cause or exacerbate anxiety and fear. Here are three such factors which can be remedied to alleviate much of such dental fear.