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Weight Loss and The Stress Factor


If you are overweight, you will be aware of this and you will feel that you are not very nice to look at and so your self-esteem will take a tumble.
Adverts on the television and in the newspapers and magazines all seem to show these young peoples who look like a good meal would do them the world of good.
Personally, I have looked like I was ten months pregnant for many years and was often devastated when feeling like I looked good, then someone would ask me if I was pregnant. I’m still being asked if I’m pregnant and I’m now 66 years old. Then after years of exercises for my tummy and a lightened purse through buying the latest ‘Tummy Flattener’ I have now found out that with having Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) my swollen tummy is just one of the unpleasant signs and symptoms of that disease. I’m sure I’m not alone with this problem and if you have a swollen tummy, maybe I’ve just given you a reason or excuse for it.
But I know from the above experience, if you are not a Twiggy,... Show more...
 

Mom's Job Stress May Spread to Kids


Low job satisfaction in working mothers increases the stress levels of their children, but allowing them to spend more time in childcare can help overcome these effects, according to new research published in Developmental Psychobiology.
Children whose mothers found their jobs emotionally exhausting or otherwise less rewarding had higher levels of the stress hormone cortisol than children whose mothers reported more enjoyment from their jobs, researchers found in a study involving more than 50 nursery school children.
Levels of cortisol in the evening were more than double in the children whose mothers experienced less job satisfaction. Placing those children in childcare would help to significantly reduce their stress, the research suggests.
The researchers also found that children from families that were either highly expressive or very reserved exhibited higher than average cortisol levels.
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Are You Exercising Your Way To Stress?


You’re right, the headline is a very strange one! Exercise is vital to maintain good health and most of the time, the benefits of exercise far out-weigh the drawbacks. But if you suffer from a stressful or a depressive illness, exercise can actually make you feel worse. But how can this be?
I’m sure you’ve heard the following statement over and over again: exercise can help you to beat stress, or alleviate anxiety or boost a depressed mind. This is only true in part. Because many exercises can actually worsen these illnesses. And even if you perform exercises that can help, these exercises will only help temporarily.
The reason many people believe exercise to be helpful in combating stressful and depressive illnesses is because when you exercise vigorously for longer than 20 minutes, your body floods with endorphins. These chemicals give us a buzz, and this is why it is widely believed that exercise can cure s... Show more...
 

Actions on Stress

Stress is such a commonly used word, but what does it really mean? How does stress affect us and what can we do about it? Stress can be the cause of so many health conditions, lost days of work, irritability with those we love, and general unhappiness. Certain herbs, vitamins, minerals and techniques can help calm your body so you are better able to deal with the stresses that come your way.
Some of the more common symptoms of stress are: fatique, headaches, irritability, stomach aches, heartburn, rapid heart rate, high blood pressure, cramping, indigestion, insomnia, food reactions, hives, weight gain, weight loss, and lowered immune function. Stress can effect any one in any part of the body as we all deal with life differently; we all hold our stress in different parts of our body.
Some supplements that can be useful for stress are: The B vitamins (B complex), vitamin C, Calcium-Magnesium, and EFA’s (essential fatty acids). EFA’s are oils like, flax, fish and 3-6-9 oil; they are the "good fats". Many essential nutrients are depleted when we are stressed, especial... Show more...
 
We are now running around in a fast-paced world that still filled with weary, confused people who seem to have missed out on the benefits of science, technology and the million and one gadgets that promised to bring easy living.

It has become all too common to hear of people complaining about feeing harassed or stressed out because of the challenges everyday life. Stress affects people from all walks of life. From the plain housewife whose is trying to balance household chores, taking care of the children and being a loving wife to her husband...to the Sales Manager overseeing a group of sales agents while trying to meet the daily sales quota...to the ever-busy executive who burns the midnight oil just to finish the product presentation in time for the deadline...to the student cramming up for the exams and tons of other schoolwork.

There are a lot of other reasons why we all come under stress. The Age of E-mails, Cellular Phones, and Microwave has not, so it seems, ushered a new time of relaxation. Like our forebears, we 21st century homo sapiens still grapple with the... Show more...
 
Weddings. We've all seen them. Some of us have been to one or two of them. A few probably have participated in one. However, none of us can really know what it feels like to get married until the moment arrives when one sits at the altar, with half your instincts telling you to run to the nearest exit and not look back. One can't imagine or understand what it really means to seal the deal, strap on the old ball and chain, and say goodbye to all the subtle pleasures and little freedoms that being single affords a person, not to mention the relative financial security.

The fact is, weddings cause brides and grooms insane amounts of stress and anxiety. From the moment the guy decides to propose, there's an undue amount of pressure that has to be dealt with. Selecting the perfect place, finding the right ring, and getting the mood for that particular event just right can wreak untold havoc on an otherwise normal and fully functioning mind. Of course, this is nothing compared to the stress and anxiety that comes with actually planning the wedding.

However, the fact is, the m... Show more...
 
People often encounter situations that can bring them stress or anxiety. Sometimes, these tough situations can bring out the best in a person. In some cases, stress can also lead to more serious cases of anxiety, or even anxiety attacks.
But what is an anxiety attack? Since anxiety is closely related to being stressed out, it is also caused by the person being worried, scared and uneasy. This type of anxiety attack is the extreme reaction of the body, both physically and psychologically. By being extremely worried, uneasy, or any of the mentioned causes, the person tends to have an attack. How would we know when anxiety attacks?

The person feels strange, with feelings of misery and or depressive thinking. These thoughts often coexist with physical states of an attack, including rapid heartbeat, shaking, dizziness, chest pains, blurred vision, among others.

Therapy is the most efficient solution for this kind of situation. It is done by basically lowering down a person's anxiety level to a specific tune that would be regarded as normal to society, if
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In the 1990 movie entitled Navy Seals, the actor Charlie Sheen played the role of Lieutenant Dale Hawkins, a young and aggressive Navy special forces operator assigned to a team of highly-trained commandos that were given a mission to track down and “grab” a known terrorist. During their mission to neutralize the terrorist, Hawkins was assigned to guard a door below the room where their target was fast asleep. Itching to get into action, Hawkins left his post and accidentally encountered one of the terrorist leader's guards. His unauthorized action prompted a heavy firefight between his Navy Seal team and the armed bodyguards of the terrorist leader. When the smoke cleared, one of his team mates lay dead in a pool of blood. The post-mission evaluation clearly pointed out that Hawkins made a mistake that cost the life of one Navy commando. What was supposed to be a silent, uneventful special operation turned into a running gunbattle that was not part of the original mission plan. After that incident, the movie portrayed the character of Lieutenant Hawkins as a man plagued... Show more...
 
Advances in science and technology have revolutionized how people live and work. The breakthroughs in 21st Century medical science have extended life expectancy rates and wiped out some of the diseases that were once thought to be incurable.

Still, these modern miracles have fallen short of eradicating two of the most troublesome conditions that have afflicted mankind: stress and anxiety. No matter how many vitamins we take, or how many fitness programs we try... absolutely no one can get immunity from life's woes.

Another health problem that poses a challenge to medical science is the silent plague of obesity. According to the U.S. Obesity Society, at least 64% of Americans are now obese or overweight. The dramatic changes in food intake or diet, the ease of transportation, and the change of work into a more sedentary activity have all contributed to the rise of obesity.

But another major factor that has been left behind in the news is the fact that stress is a contributing cause for obesity. What comes to mind when you are trying to beat the deadline? What come... Show more...
 
Stress and anxiety are physical, emotional, and psychological problems usually associated with highly-driven professionals, corporate executives, artists and performers, and even individual's with a history of substance abuse. Their work involves a flurry of activities, a set of nearly impossible deadlines, and the need to consistently “perform” at peak levels.

But perhaps, it is high time to pay more attention to the enormous stress and anxiety felt by those people whose jobs include the daily pressure of possibly losing their lives. Needless to say, soldiers in the battlefield are among those who are most prone to emotional and psychological distress. The War in Iraq, called Operation Iraqi Freedom in military terms, began in March 20, 2003. It is considered one of the costliest armed conflicts entered into by the United States --- in terms of funding and the toll on human lives. As of August 2007, at least 3,773 American soldiers had been killed and more than 27... Show more...
 
Many individuals struggle with attaining and maintaining their ideal weight. Many people spend enormous amounts of money on gym memberships, personal trainers, and dietitians but achieve very minimal or unsatisfactory results.

More than just a problem of metabolism and food intake, recent studies show that stress and anxiety might be among the top reasons why people have a hard time losing weight. The human body actually responds to stressful situations by initiating a burst of energy; and by increasing metabolic rates and blood flow. The body also produces a substance called Cortisol, a natural steroid-like hormone that is also called the “stress hormone.” It is known as the“stress hormone” because large amounts of this substance are released whenever a person feels stressed out. It is an important hormone in the human body because it is used by the body for proper glucose metabolism, regulation of blood pressure, immune system function, and inflammatory response. However, high levels of cortisol may do more harm than good. When people becomes stressed... Show more...
 
It’s been ages since I listened to The #Downward #Spiral. Since I’m alone tonight, the best way I could prevent myself from falling into a funk while this seminal #NIN album played was to engage in the trivial domestic activity of making #brownies in the #kitchen. No, regular brownies, not the #enhanced kind.

Unbelievable how this album can still #pummel your #mood into dark recesses you didn’t know were still there.

Even while licking #chocolate #batter off the #spatula.

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How to start the day well? MORNING RITUALS for a better mood


If you manage to start the day well, it is very likely (if nothing happens along the way) that you will be able to reach the evening in a good mood. See which morning rituals improve the mood, even if you get up with your left foot.

A few simple ways to quickly work in the morning and relax after work. How to deal with morning problems with getting up and staying active during the day?

Good morning: a glass of easily digestible juice
Fruits and juices, preferably freshly squeezed, are an ideal source of simple carbohydrates. The body quickly eats them, so they put them on their feet immediately. Therefore, they can not be missing in a well-composed breakfast. The citrus season is on. Aromatic, full of sun fruits will give energy and improve the mood. They have a lot of vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant and strengthens immunity (one orange or two mandarins cover the daily requirement for this vitamin).

Citruses are a good source of beta-carotene (provitamin A), vitamin E and vitam... Show more...
 
This #Device #Reads Your #Brainwaves to Figure Out Your #Mood
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Are the research subjects happy, sad or depressed? Now scientists don't have to even ask.
https://futurism.com/brainwaves-guessing-mood/
 
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Neuer Tanz-Trend gefährdet Gesundheit und kann hinter Gittern enden


Die Videos werden in sozialen Netzwerken unter den Hashtags #InMyFeelings und #DoTheShiggy gepostet. Sie zeigen Menschen, die zu dem Lied des kanadischen Singers Drake "In My Feelings" tanzen, indem sie aus den fahrenden Autos herausspringen und dann entweder auf der Fahrbahn oder auf dem Gehweg tanzend neben den langsam weiterfahrenden Auto laufen und dabei aus dem Fahrzeug gefilmt werden. Die Sicherheitsbeamten verschiedener Länder haben bereits Warnungen an Challenge-Teilnehmer herausgegeben, weil manche Videos mit Unfällen enden, wobei die Autos gegen Straßenschilder prallen oder Fußgänger anfahren.
Si eres de los te unes al reto #InMyFeelingsChallenge 🎶 @
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"Almoço na areia" (ed. 1980, foto 42) (Nota 3) by Adelino Lyon de Castro
Adelino Lyon de Castro, um fotógrafo esquecido?
A morte por doença de Adelino Lyon de Castro logo no verão de 1953 (nascera em 1910) é seguramente uma das razões efectivas do que pode considerar-se o esquecimento deste fotógrafo. As razões políticas serão também significativas, e adiante se referem. Outra razão determinante tem a ver com o facto de ser recente (a partir dos inícios dos anos 80) a alargada atenção à fotografia e a construção mais ou menos rigorosa da sua memória histórica, como algo de exterior aos seus diversos círculos fechados de interessados ou praticantes (fotojornalistas e outros profissionais; amadores e demais salonistas; artistas plásticos que usam a fotografia).
#AdelinoLyondeCastro #bw #beautiful #mood #life #photography
 
Transcranial Ultrasound (TUS) Effects on Mental States: A Pilot Study

We found improvement in subjective #mood 10 min and 40 min after TUS compared to placebo. TUS can have safe neurophysiological effects on brain function, and is a promising noninvasive therapy for modulating conscious and unconscious mental states and disorders. We suggest TUS acts via intra-neuronal #microtubules, which apparently resonate in TUS megahertz range.

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