Posts in stress
Behavior Changes That Help You Manage Weight Loss

Setting the right goals is an important first step. Most people trying to lose weight focus just on weight loss. However, you’ll be more successful if you focus on nutritional and exercise changes that lead to long-term weight change. Successful weight managers select no more than two or three goals at a time.

Effective goals are Specific and Attainable. “Exercise more” is a commendable ideal, but it’s not specific. “Walk five miles every day” is specific and measurable, but is it attainable if you’re just starting out? “Walk 30 minutes every day” is more attainable, but what happens if you’re held up at work or there’s a thunderstorm? “Walk 30 minutes, five days each week” is specific, attainable, and forgiving. In short, a great goal!

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Peace of mind: Meditation for beginners

Meditation is an invaluable tool for relaxation. It has many health benefits. It wards off the physical damage caused by stress and boosts your immunity by relaxing your mind and body. So how do you start meditating? Here are a few simple steps on how to learn to meditate.

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What Is The Function Of Serotonin And Dopamine?

Your brain is the most complex organ of your body. After all, it includes more than 100 billion nerves that are continuously working together and controlling what you do, feel, and think.

When all the parts of your brain are working well together, everything is fine. However, sometimes, there may be an imbalance of serotonin and dopamine, which are neurotransmitters.

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CAN'T vs WON'T updated

In the past 27 years as a coach I have probably been told “I can’t” no less than at least twice a day by a client or someone asking for advice. Every time I hear “I can’t” I have proven to that person that they can but just won’t. Sometimes it’s fear but most of the time it’s laziness. I say it’s laziness because it requires effort to do something that they have never done before.

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If You Could Zoom In On Your Life

If you could take a photo of your life today and then zoom in on something special or important which part of your life would you choose? Would it be something that upsets you or something that brings a smile to your face?

If your photo was a movie, would you like the positive experience to continue or do you wish the negative experience had never happened? If you could relive this part of your life again, would you? If not, why wouldn’t you?

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So, You Think Meditation Is Useless

When we experience stress every day, it causes physical damage to our mind and body. Meditation could be the answer to this problem. Meditation affects the body in the opposite way that stress does. Not only does it calm the mind and the body, it helps the body to repair itself and prevents additional damage to the body as well. So, what is the link between meditation and your body?

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