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WAYS TO HEAL: THE IMPORTANCE OF KNOW-HOW TO HEAL OUR BODY IS INVALUABLE

The daily life of a person can be complicated and stressful; this hurts both physically and mentally, that is why we must look for methods that help us heal naturally.

This article explains what stress is and how it can affect you; we will also teach you some habits or natural techniques that will help you relieve stress, and thus, you can heal.

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WHAT IS STRESS?

This situation is in proportion worldwide and is of great concern that anyone can suffer from it regardless of age, gender, economic condition, or race. Many people suffer from stress and do not even notice it since they have fallen into such a repetitive state that it has become routine in their lives.

Stress is a state in which the person suffers from different disorders, often produced by poor adaptation to the social environment, which continuous tension conditions can aggravate. The body responds to a series of physiological and psychological disorders.

Many of these disorders can be controlled depending on the severity or type of stress the person suffers. This involves a series of lifestyle changes. From a holistic perspective, stress must be worked on in all four bodies; mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual, since emotions drive our body-mind.

WHAT IS STRESS

WHAT ARE THE TYPES OF STRESS?

There are two types of stress, acute and chronic. Acute stress occurs in the short term and then disappears; this helps control dangerous situations or appears at some exciting time.

On the other hand, chronic stress lasts for long periods and usually occurs due to more severe problems, such as lack of money, love, or work problems. It can persist for weeks or months, and the person may even get used to the feeling.

HOW CAN STRESS AFFECT ME?

When we feel stress, our body reacts by releasing hormones, making the brain more alert, cause the muscles to be tense, and increasing our heart rate. We can consider this short-term sensation (acute stress) favorable because it helps us handle situations with reason.

But when the stress we experience is chronic, the body is always alert, and over time this condition can lead to health problems, including:

  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Bad memory
  • Frequent aches and pains
  • Headaches
  • Lack of energy or
  • concentration
  • Sexual problems
  • Stiff neck or jaw
  • Fatigue
  • Trouble sleeping or sleeping
  • too much
  • Upset stomach
  • Use of alcohol or drugs to
  • relax
  • Weight loss or gain

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EMOTION AND FEELING AND HOW TO IDENTIFY THEM

Emotion and feeling are not the same. Emotions are psychophysiological reactions representing modes of adaptation to certain stimuli, a set of neurochemical and hormonal responses that allow us to react to internal and external stimuli. Feelings are the result of emotions, are more lasting, and can be expressed.

Our emotions and feelings guide our body language, which is the way to communicate physically and unconsciously. It is a message from our inner being that we have to address and work on. In this way, the most important thing is to see our body as several bodies’ integrity.

It is essential to understand that if we continue to ignore the messages within us in response to stress, we may become ill in our physical bodies. Continuous biological processes caused by the constant detonation of hormones such as dopamine, serotonin, and cortisol generate increased insulin.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EMOTION AND FEELING AND HOW TO IDENTIFY THEM

WHAT HAPPENS TO MY BODY WHEN I GET STRESSED?

Reacting is the intuitive way to respond to the stimulus; to respond, it observes the situation and decides the best action to take. On the verge of what may happen, being on the lookout is not a healthy way of living. We must learn to know ourselves, know our personality, strengths, and weaknesses, and be guided by our values and conscience to be in harmony with the inner being. Look at your body as a whole so that you can control stress. As we mentioned, stress affects our being, mind, and body; treating only one aspect will not help the management objective.

WHAT ARE THE WAYS TO HEAL?

Self-healing and how to treat everything that causes us pain or anxiety are of the utmost importance for our daily life to cope with it in a good way. These healing methods are prevalent, but we often forget to apply them in our day-to-day lives. That is why we have collected some techniques that you can perform to achieve healing your problems.

  • Talk to yourself: Sometimes, our subconscious has some solutions that we can take advantage of.
  • Have a balanced diet: The problems that poor nutrition can cause us can affect us psychologically, generating stress, so we must eat healthily.
  • Have fun and laugh: Laughter releases endorphins which reduce stress levels caused by the hormones cortisol and adrenaline
  • Practice meditation: This technique is essential because we can find inner peace and calm thanks to it.
  • Sleep well: Sleep is vital because sleep loss causes fatigue and tiredness, which can intervene in our daily work, causing stress.
  • Do exercise: Exercise for at least 15 minutes a day, and you will see how your body and mind will begin to work more optimally.

SEEK HELP. YOU ARE THE MOST CRUCIAL PERSON IN YOUR LIFE

It is essential to know how stress works and how it affects our body and mind. Stress can become a routine in your life to the point that you will not notice that it is present; however, its adverse effects will continue to take effect, so we recommend following our instructions to start releasing stress.

We invite you to read our other articles on holistic therapies, where you will learn much more about improving your well-being, physical and mental health in a natural way.

SEEK HELP. YOU ARE THE MOST CRUCIAL PERSON IN YOUR LIFE
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