The most important statistic concerning the covid-19 pandemic is the mortality rate. When covid-19 outbreaks were first announced, the mortality rate looked grim, as hospital systems relied on ventilators. As viable anti-viral treatments were suppressed (such as hydroxychloroquine), many hospital patients were literally left to die. Even worse: The local, state, and federal public health … Continue reading How many more lives could be saved if Vitamin D had been distributed when the China virus hit?
Is work stressing you out? Is the fear of catching the Bill Gates/Fauci virus (Covid) freaking you out? Is your relationship, or lack thereof, stressing you right now? If you’re reading the wrong news, and watching TV, plus listening to some regulatory agency “talking heads” that get paid tens of millions of dollars for pushing toxic … Continue reading Nicotine, anxiety, depression, stress – What’s the formula for escaping the dopamine roller coaster?
Source: Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT): 5 Benefits & How to Do It! by Dr. Edward Group "I tap daily to release negative emotions and energy. It helps me stay grounded in the present moment," says Kate W., an emotional freedom techniques (EFT) tapping practitioner and teacher from San Francisco. "I’ve used EFT tapping for anxiety, healing, … Continue reading Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT): 5 Benefits & How to Do It!
Source: 3 Scientifically Proven Ways Meditation Boosts Your Immune System by Dr. Edward Group Did you know that you can naturally boost your body's ability to fight off harmful organisms and increase your body's resistance by simply meditating? I'm going to tell you how meditation and mindfulness training can do just that.I meditate daily, and I'm always trying … Continue reading 3 Scientifically Proven Ways Meditation Boosts Your Immune System
Source: Wim Hof Breathing: 6 Benefits for Body & Mind by Dr. Edward Group From running a marathon in the snow — barefoot— to climbing part of Mount Everest wearing shorts, Wim Hof, "The Iceman" is no stranger to the extreme. Hof, a Dutch athlete, trained himself to withstand very cold temperatures using a unique breathing … Continue reading Wim Hof Breathing: 6 Benefits for Body & Mind
Middle-aged women who experience stressful life experiences are more likely to develop dementia later in life, suggests a recent study from Johns Hopkins University. In their report, which was published in the International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, the team noted that the findings were specific to women who experience chronic stress. This could also explain the disproportionate rates of … Continue reading Middle aged women can experience cognitive decline as a side effect of stressful life experiences
Crying often indicates weakness or sadness in popular media, but according to a study, this emotional response may offer a particular benefit: Regulating your breathing after stressful situations. The aim of the study was to understand the functions of human crying and to determine if crying offered physiological benefits. The findings of the study were published in the journal Emotion. Is crying good for … Continue reading It’s okay to cry: Crying may have physiologically soothing effects, say scientists
Both adults and children are experiencing mental health problems for the first time as a result of being cooped up inside due to the COVID-19 lockdowns. Fears and worries over job insecurity, bereavement over COVID-19 deaths, the breakdown of relationships and the long periods of isolation are causing people to have psychotic episodes, mania, anxiety and depression. … Continue reading Long coronavirus lockdowns causing people’s mental health to rapidly DETERIORATE
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According to Mental Health America, at least six million men in the U.S. are affected by depression annually. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention reports that compared to women, men died by suicide at a rate of 3.54 percent higher in 2017. In the same vein, the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism notes that 62,000 men die due to alcohol-related … Continue reading The stigma around mental health is KILLING men: How to care for someone who is struggling with mental illness and addiction