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Mindfulness helps to manage stress. It is a skill and can be improved by regular practice. Body scan and breath awareness meditation are tools to improve mindfulness. Changing your breathing patterns mindfully is also useful tool to change default mode of your brain.
I was standing near my place when a friendly dog came wagging his tail and licked my hand. I am usually an animal lover so it did not bother me much. This happened at around 12.00 am in the night of 8th july. I did not think about it much but the next day I thought what if the dog was rabied? So this scared me and I got a rabifore shot on 9th of july at around 12 noon, nearly 36 hours post this suspected incident. I am scared to death. If someone could help me relieve my stress it would be great..Please tell.
Hey. My Friend is in Serious trouble. He loves a girl and he proposed her last week and she refused. He is crying every night and I think he needs counselling. Please help him with your words?
I am 22 year old with 5ft 10inch high and 74kgs weight. I have blood pressure 130/90. Few days onwards am suffering with palpitations and a little pain at centre of chest today and discomfort at right shoulder usually lasts for 1/2 seconds. This happened to me earlier also but it have gone my doctor said it was due to stress. I do not have any other symptoms of heatstroke. Please help me. Am I at risk. What should I do?
I'm Masturbating since my age 14 frequently like 365 times in 365 daysNow I'm 21y 8months WEIGHT 75KGS HEIGHT 6ft like i'm practising it from 7 years. I did smoking from age 18 to 20. I'm a chain smoker in those 2 years I quit smoking. I do drink alcohol. Now I am aware that it causes impotence, E. D and semen reduction. So I decided to stop and stopping it, my fear is how much damage did I DONE and is there any cure and retreat damage to normal condition? I don't have any problems till to date with my penis like unusual leakage of semen etc. Scientists and Doctors who have knowledge Kindly please share.
Hyperacidity, psoriasis, migraine, ibs, chronic fatigue are some examples of stress induced disease.
Along with medicines patients should learn to manage stress. Improving self awareness is first step of it. Mindfulness meditation is very useful to improve self awareness. Because of this awareness person can choose thought to ponder or to ignore. It is important learning.
Irrational thoughts are the main culprit for our anxiety and stress. Mindfulness helps to slow down internal clutter. Mindful walking. Mindful eating changes default mode of our brain. Our brain is always thinking. It is similar to computer. If there are too many files opened simultaneously the computer will get slowed and crashed. You should scan it and close some open files. Similarly our brain is stressed due to continuous thinking.
Meditation helps to shut down some files in our brain for some time. Five to ten minutes of meditation will revitalize your brain.
Meditation is non religious. Anyone can learn it and experience it's benefits by one month regular practice. There are many research papers published worldwide on effects of meditation. Dr. Herbert benson from howard university named it as relaxation response. He found that meditation is helpful on many stress induced disease. Meditation can be learned by online coaching. There is no need to meet so called spiritual or religious guru. It is better to learn it from doctor because he can synergistically teach meditation with psychotherapy.
Hi im a college student studying B. E 3rd yr. I a person with short temper. I have tried to control my self many times but I can not able to control me. Due to ths I have lost many things including my best friend.
I get irritated easily & sometimes over-react. I try to take things lightly but always fail. Can it be a result of high stress levels?
Nail biting or onychophagia is mostly subconscious habit triggered by stress, boredom, anxiety or depression. Nail biters acquire this bad habit in their childhood in majority of cases.
While it may seem like a fairly harmless habit, in actuality it is NOT! Nail biting habit may cause finger and nail infections, dental problems, mouth infections and also ugly appearance to your fingers and hands. Hence it becomes necessary to keep this bad habit in check. Try following ways if you wish to give up the habit.
1. Identify the causes/ triggers and fix them
As mentioned, anxiety, depression and stress can trigger nail biting. Fix these causes by practicing meditation, yoga regularly. If required and prescribed by qualified doctor, take medicines to resolve the issues.
2. Engage yourself in joyful activities
As boredom is another cause of nail biting, engage yourself in some light activities like reading good books, music, planting or anything you like.
3. Be determined
Be strongly determined to give up the habit. Keep telling yourself to stop this bad habit. Try to be aware the times when you put fingers in mouth to bite nails and stop then and there from doing so.
4. Nail strengthener
Stronger and well shaped nails will make you less tempted to nail biting.
5. Let your friends and family know
Informing your friends and family about your determination to kick the habit will help you with their watchful eyes as you might be biting nails even unconsciously.
6. Try fake nails/ gloves
Fake nails will not only enhance beauty of your nails but also will aid you to give up nail biting. If you do not wish to use fake nails, use gloves for few days to keep the habit in check.
Manicure beautifies your nails giving them a bright and attractive look. Thus it helps psychologically to kick the habit as you are less likely to spoil your beautiful nails.
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