Stress manifests itself differently for each of us. There are those who get to the stomach, who gets headaches, who knows about tachycardia, who perceives it by muscle tension … Sure, stress seems to be an increasingly common problem, especially in this part of the … Continue readingStress: 20 scientific remedies for a more relaxed and healthy life
The quality of our lives depends on the quality of our relationships with others. Relationships are a great source of happiness and contentment, but can also lead to suffering and sorrow. When we have problems in our most important relationships, it is difficult to find joy in … Continue readingDepression is destroying your relationship? Eleven commonly underrated symptoms
Make us a case. Every time you talk about ego, often it is done in negative terms and in a moment, it is associated with deprecating behaviors, such as egocentrism and selfish selfishness. Yet demonizing it tout court is wrong, because as light and shadow, … Continue readingAre you unhappy? It’s all your own ego
One of the most frequent objections received by anxious people is that “it’s all in your head,” a criticism that has nothing to do with the truth. Demonstrate why a new study at the University of Wisconsin states that the brain mechanism that triggers anxiety … Continue readingAnxiety: It’s not all your fault but your genes
The rush of the morning to get punctual at work and arrange the various family commitments puts us constantly under pressure causing anxiety but also gastritis and tachycardia. An anti-stress crap helps us start the day with the right foot.
A recent report on depression and the incidence of physical activity came out a few days ago, useful to cure it or to relieve it. The data obviously say that gymnastic serves, which is good for body muscles and ganglia of the spirit and in … Continue readingDepression and the incidence of physical activity
To improve mood you have to devote yourself to others, rather than to yourself. To suggest it is a new study. When we get into a bad day, we tend to console ourselves with a little therapeutic shopping, with our favorite sweetness or with friends … Continue readingPsychologists reveal one of the most effective ways to improve mood
A research reminds us once again that we do not control our mental well-being. Depression is a disease that may affect the entire body, potentially even at the cellular level, according to recent research.
A single dose of psilocybin, the active principle of psychedelic fungi, can cure anxiety and depression suffered by people with advanced stage cancer six months ahead. Two new studies show this. The researchers involved in the two US studies argue that the results are more … Continue readingPsychedelic fungi may be the key to depression treatment according to new studies
We run every day from one side to the other, without having a moment of time devoted to ourselves. And if we stopped for a while listening to our body? We might find out that we are launching signals to let us know that stress … Continue readingStress: 8 Sneaky signals not to be overlooked