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Can what you eat affect your mood? Learn more about the undeniable relationship between the food you eat and your mental and emotional health.
Holding on to grudges or regret or bottling away disappointment or anger is unhealthy. Letting go of negative emotions without confrontation slowly depletes your peace of mind. Address a letter to the person you’re mad at or a confidant or vent by talking to a friend. Identify emotions that surface. Else, tap on specific body points while reciting liberating lines to yourself with the Emotional Freedom Technique.
When stressed, you may have stomach troubles or feel the need to stress binge. Restful sleep is an elusive dream because you're always upset. You may fail to recall even simple things, or find it tough to concentrate for long periods. Headaches may become intolerable and tiredness may reach new heights. Eat healthy, exercise, vent out your frustrations, talk to a friend, or simply just do less.
The epigenome is like a switch on top of your genes, which is influenced by stress in your ancestors' lifetime. It influences your response to stress today. Explore your family's history to look out for inherited stress. Consciously monitor your response to a situation, show empathy , be still, meditate, experiment with eastern holistic therapies and self discover!
When faced with stress, your mind deploys coping strategies based on what has worked in the past. Over time these become imbibed as a trait. Displaying helplessness is also a trait that people use to get out of tricky situations. People will use aggression, dominance or develop a personality where they feign ignorance and avoid getting into conflict with others.
You must learn to cooperate with these powerful and timeless principles to be able to let go of any emotional bitterness, relentless regret, anxious worry or troubling thought. The rest will be done for you. One higher part of yourself alone that has the strength and wisdom to gently open your hand so that out of it may drop all that has been making you unhappy.
Accept what happened, you know you can't change it. Give yourself some time to feel -anger, grief, sadness. Then, take a deep breath and let it go. Keep moving and focus on the present. Invest energy in a place that you can do well in than in a negative space. Focus on the present, learn from your mistakes and avoid similar situations in the future.
The sweet taste is cooling and heavy but also anti-inflammatory. Include sweet fruits, most grains and squashes. Bitter taste foods are cooling and drying which is beneficial for Pitta. Include kale, collard, and dandelion greens. Astringent taste is heavy, cold, and dry. Include herbs like basil, dill, and parsley. Avoid pungent, salty and sour tasting foods.
When we’re used to hating ourselves, the inner critic becomes wrapped in our identity. Seeing aspects of the critic outside of ourselves can help us realize how out of line it is. The stories whispered by your critic becomes your truth. Instead of motivating, the critic drags your down. Externalize this critic with a friend and you can see how harsh you were with yourself.
Be in a comfortable space. Lay down and with both hands over your uterus, inhale deeply, breathing into your uterus, visualizing white healing light enveloping your uterus. Exhale from the mouth imagining any pain or discomfort leaving your uterus as black light. Continue this until you see pure white light. Relax by raising your legs to the wall at a 90-degree angle.
We can all agree to the fact that our actions are the direct manifestations of our brain. The brain is a very important and...