Negativity has a way of keeping us up late at night as our thoughts replay over and over what happened during a particular unfavorable incident. On the flip side, positive experiences tend to create emotions and memories that are short-lived. Negative thoughts are commonly associated with poorer physical health as well as mental symptoms such as anxiety and depression. Research has consistently linked positive thinking with good mental and physical health, in addition to positive relationship fulfillment. Although it may be easier to focus on the negatives in life, incorporating simple yet effective gratitude practices can significantly improve one’s overall mental and physical health, as well as social well-being.
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Houston's Talented Thespian: THOMAS MILES
Acting, the performing art in which movement, gesture, and intonation are used to realize a fictional character for the stage, motion pictures, or television.
HEART OF THE BIGGEST LION MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SURVIVOR
NAWF DALLAS ARCHIE LEE214 ROCKSTAR
What defines his Boss Mann is the ability to provide for his family; Archie is a person that doesn’t need handouts and is self-driven. Archie shared with Boss Mann magazine about his process for evaluating life; he recommends always giving it some thought before you speak. He also suggests moving wisely and doing your research with any business venture. Having confidence in what you believe in is key to your success.
TELEMEDICINE FOR BETTER HEALTH
If there is a silver lining to the challenges the past year created for families, it may be the growth, availability and affordability of virtual care for medical and mental health needs. The ability to see a doctor from home, with little notice, offers a level of flexibility in accessing health care that was historically quite rare.
HOW TO COMBAT SOCIAL ISOLATION
Even before COVID-19 limited social contact with friends, family and colleagues, many adults experienced loneliness and depression due to limited contact with others. Now, a year after the pandemic forced many people into even greater levels of isolation, the issue of social isolation is especially prevalent in Americans over the age of 50.
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EIGHT WAYS TO REACH A HEALTH BLOOD PRESSURE
To take care of your heart, it’s important to know and track your blood pressure. Millions of Americans have high blood pressure, also called hypertension, but many don’t realize it or aren’t keeping it at a healthy level.
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Russell Gordon grew up in Ypsilanti, Michigan west of Detroit, Michigan. Russell was the oldest of 6 children raised by his single mother.
JEWELLZ CREATIONS - Event Planning
Jewellz Creations will always cater to your design and preference and execute your dream event. In addition to food catering, they are also full-blown event planning organization.
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Beat Depression & Anxiety With Food
Looking at a menu or perusing the contents of your fridge, you probably don’t wonder, “How will this affect my mood?” But maybe you should.
How to Eat Well for Anxiety
Keep calm and reduce anxiety with these foods and supplements that help to restore balance.
THE FIVE MOST IMPORTANT Lifestyle Practices for maintaining a HEALTHY BRAIN
More than 6 million Americans are currently living with Alzheimer’s disease. As we age we become significantly at risk for declining brain health as one in nine people age 65 and older have dementia. This debilitating disease also affects women more than men at disproportionate numbers as two-thirds of Americans with Alzheimer’s are women.
8 Soothing Essential Oils to Help Combat Stress
You can’t erase stress from your life, but you can use aromatherapy to help you cope with it naturally. Here are eight tension-taming essential oils with proven benefits.
Cook Your Anxiety Away
Rachel Levin and Tara Duggan, authors of Steamed: A Catharsis Cookbook for Getting Dinner and Your Feelings on Your Table, help readers find emotional release in the kitchen.
Move More, Move Differently
The more you move your body, the healthier you probably are, mentally and physically.
Overlapping crises have made many of us jumpy. But how do you know when you have slipped into a more serious problem and need help?
The Pandemic Will Make Kids Or Break Them
The COVID-19 era has worked as a stress test for parents and kids alike, breaking some while bringing out reserves of strength and resilience in others.
Lift Your Own Spirits
We all feel down now and then, especially lately. These techniques can help you bounce back.
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