Life can be hard sometimes, no doubt about it. But we have ourselves to go through the worst difficult times, we just need to have self pride, self love, confidence in ourselves. Trust that we have a brain with a healthy Medical Media Prefrontal Cortex that will deal successfully with any distress or sense of loneliness. Make it strong, make it happen!
I cannot get enough laughter. A good laugh is always welcome, you see, it makes us relax our muscles and see our life situations in a more positive way. Also, our mental health keeps us sane.
…losing you. The older you get, the more you realize it’s not about who knows you the longest, it’s about who brings out your inner child, speaks your love language, makes you love yourself more, and loves you on the days you don’t feel loveable.
Losing a loved one can be one of the most painful and stressful events in your life, and it might cause a severe emotional crisis that could develop into different physical symptoms or diseases:
- High blood pressure
- Bone aches
- Worsening of arthritis symptoms.
- Gastritis or worsening of symptoms.
- And more…
This emotional maelstrom can affect behavior and judgment. Many patients report to me stomach pain, and eating habit changes: loss or gain of appetite, intestinal upsets, sleep disturbances, and loss of energy. Of all life’s stresses, mourning can seriously test your natural defense systems. Existing illnesses may worsen or new conditions may appear.
In stressful and sad times you don’t need people around you who do not support you. You need to surround yourself with loving human beings who actually care about you. Go out with them, and trust them if they have proven to you that they are loyal and faithful.Having and caring for pets like dogs, cats, and birds, is another way to find comfort. I especially love cats, but others prefer dogs or birds. Some people don’t like animals and would rather care for plants. Therefore, get into planting, gardening, farming, and grafting. Some of my patients have expressed their liking towards social activities like volunteering, helping others, and “not being at home where there are so many memories” — they say. It is fine, but remember, sooner or later you have to face reality and stay at home. So do the volunteering for other reasons such as helping others and just “not” to be at home.
Remember: After the storm, calm is restored.
Do it for the sake of your mental health, and practice constant awareness and effort over time.
Hypocrites have “taught” me to be more careful about trusting so easily.
They have shown me that the world can be beautiful without them in my life.
I am stronger because of their hypocritical self-righteous judgment.
I love it that these people get offended by the truth.
I have learned to appreciate and love the people around me who are truthful, straightforward honest, and never deceive me.
The cause of hypocrisy originally stems from insecurity.
Selfishness is a form of insecurity because an overly selfish person needs to take advantage of or withhold resources from others since they don’t believe they can live their best life being generous and honest.
That implies that they have less trust in their ability to live a comfortable life, meaning they are insecure about their skills.
According to this logic presented, hypocrisy really only originates from insecurity if the two main causes are insecurity and selfishness.
“People dislike hypocrites because they unfairly use condemnation to gain reputational benefits and appear virtuous at the expense of those who they are condemning –when these reputational benefits are in fact undeserved,”
Explains psychological scientist Jillian Jordan of Yale University, first author on the research.
Flowers relax the brain with their colors and beauty (vision), their essence (smell), and their texture (touch).
Constant stimuli to the brain can create havoc on our central nervous system, and thus on our way of living.
Learning to relax is primordial, and flowers, herbs, and plants can play an essential role in taking the stress away from your life.
1. Jasmine improves sleep and anxiety
Jasmine is a shrub found outdoors, but with proper care and the right location, you can grow it indoors. Its fragrance is not only sweet to our senses, but it’s also proven to promote a better night’s sleep
If you surround yourself with jasmine, it’s likely you’ll feel less anxious and more at peace, which results in waking up more alert.
Sleep plays a vital role in our physical and mental well-being. If you lack sleep, you may have trouble making decisions, controlling your emotions, solving problems, and coping with change.
2. Gerbera daisy helps to remove toxins from the air
It removes benzene from the air – a chemical associated with inks. Add one to your office, laundry room, or bedroom to promote a calming ambiance and fight anxiety.
Mist the leaves a few times a week. When this flower blooms, its colorful petals can last up to two weeks. The pretty hue not only adds energy to our homes but having brightly colored plants in the house and office also helps to promote happiness.
3. ROSES — Take a rose bath
4. Eat edible Flowers — Add them to your salad.
I chose today to talk about “mental sanity” because lately, I have seen patients with many distress symptoms. They come to me complaining of headaches, left arm pain, extreme fatigue, hyperventilation, etc. After talking to them, exploring them, and auscultating them, their blood pressure is way high, and their EKG shows signs of severe anxiety.
So, be careful and control your stress and emotions because they could affect your heart. Remember: it is better to prevent than sorry,
Here is ONE IDEA AT A TIME: Get yourself a nice-calm hobby. Like gardening, carpentry, reading, painting, walking around your neighborhood, listening to music, or learning how to play an instrument (this one is so much fun). If you prefer an exciting hobby like speed cycling, consult your doctor before starting any exhausting exercising.
Dedicate yourself to this hobby with all your heart making sure that you really like what you chose to do. This kind of approach to lower your anxiety levels truly works.
I hope I have helped you with this advice.