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Phobias And Fears: What's The Difference?

07th February 2012
Many people come to a hypnotherapist's clinic because they suffer from a phobia. Phobias are often treated by a joke by those who don't have them and don't understand them, but phobias are no joke at all if you suffer from one. What is a phobia? Rig... Read >
Author: Rick Rakauskas

Mental Toughness Strategies associated with the NAVY SEALs that every single combat athlete should h

01st March 2011
The NAVY SEALS training program i do think may be the single greatest undertaking for almost any human to attempt. The initial "hell week", that is approximately 132 hours in length forces out approximately 3 out of four cadets. I have located some of the... Read >
Author: gerry ayers

Why you may have trouble sleeping after exercise

31st August 2010
Despite doing lots of strenuous exercise, you may find that you actually have trouble sleeping. There are good reasons for this. Exercise triggers the release of lots of hormones which fight fatigue. If you do a lot of exercise, you will automatically tri... Read >
Author: Siobhan Hargreaves

Benefits of Nose Breathing

21st July 2010
Is it possible the reason you feel stressed is not your job but the fact that you are an "obligate mouth breather"? Many patients with a deviated septum or valve collapse may be obligate mouth breathers, which means that they are patients who can only bre... Read >
Author: ronaldagador

Adrenal Fatigue: Your HPA Axis is the Solution

12th July 2010
Adrenal stress, also known as adrenal fatigue, describes a set of symptoms related to the way your body manages stress. Stress is a part of your daily life. Some stress is good, some stress is bad. You've probably heard this expression before: Stress is a... Read >
Author: Bernard Brown

Migraines and the Biology of Joy: It requires a healthy biological system to fully experience the

07th July 2010
Every day and never give it much thought until it breaks down. Though lacking it's amazing complexity, many have used the metaphor of computers to explain the brain. The brain, that mysterious organ that rests inside our skull, is like a computer loaded w... Read >
Author: peterth

Too Much Too Soon: Stress and the Hurried Child

07th July 2010
Day by day our children's world is becoming more menacing. Fathers muder their children to take revenge on their ex-wives; school violence is at an all time high. But as serious as the conflict in our world may be, it pales into insignificance when we con... Read >
Author: peterth

10 Simple Steps to Cure Blushing

12th April 2010
Flushing and StressBlushing is a pretty normal, human response to many types of situations, but for some people it becomes a issue. The actual flush is not always the problem, rather, the ideas that may accompany the flushing cause the problem.Physicians ... Read >
Author: Timothy Alvarado

Ayurvedic Anti stress Remedies, tips and solution

30th December 2009
Holistic Health Newsletter on Herbal Remedies to Help Reduce Stress If stress is not handled properly, more serious illnesses may result. Read the following commentary from Herbal Remedies sharing help for coping with stress and learn the health damage s... Read >
Author: Dr. Sarkozy Mikal

Sources Of Stress

25th September 2009
The best way to manage and handle stress is by knowing where it comes from. Being able to determine what the sources of stress affecting your life may help you become more effective in finding ways to eliminate or reduce it. Although not all types of stre... Read >
Author: DennisChiu

How Exercise Helps Reduce Stress

26th December 2005
We have heard it so many times before that there are many benefits to exercise especially when used to lower stress. If everyone knows that exercise is important then why is stress, disease, and fatigue so prevalent in today's society? The answer is simpl... Read >
Author: Brennan Howe
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