Kiara timeline RSSKiara timeline RSS2021-08-23T01:56:49+0000<![CDATA[Kiara added new blog post]]>2021-08-23T01:56:49+0000<![CDATA[Kiara added new blog post]]>    Affirmations To Help Control Anger I can feel my anger and still stay in control. I am at peace and in harmony with everyone and everything. I can do better next time. I release all my embodied anger! I will remember to stop, relax and think before I act. I clear and release all my angry thoughts and feelings!   What are some positive ways to deal with anger? Advertisement Think before you speak. In the heat of the moment, it's easy to say something you'll later regret. ... Once you're calm, express your anger. ... Get some exercise. ... Take a timeout. ... Identify possible solutions. ... Stick with 'I' statements. ... Don't hold a grudge. ... Use humor to release tension.     Image result for positive statements for anger management Here are seven ways you can learn to manage your anger issues: Breathe. When you're angry beyond belief, there's nothing more you can do than just breathe and take back control of your body. ... Count. ... Keep a journal or log about your anger. ... Visualize peace. ... Embrace confrontation. ... Exercise. ... Take some time.     Five Steps of Anger Management Admit that you are angry, with yourself and/or with someone else. Believe you can control your anger. Tell yourself that you can!

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2021-08-19T13:48:54+0000
<![CDATA[Kiara added new blog post]]>  Do you feel tired all the time or just moody for no specific reason? It could be a vitamin B 12 deficiency. Moodiness, anxiety, and depression are all symptoms of vitamin b12 deficiency. Dizziness, shortness of breath, difficulty finding your balance, or forgetfulness are all symptoms related to vitamin b 12 deficiency.  Watch this interesting video below  ↓  ↓  ↓  ↓     Audio & Video Production by Brainy Dose

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2021-08-13T13:34:01+0000
<![CDATA[Kiara added new blog post]]>Stress Stress is the body’s way of responding to demands and threats. A largely unconscious and automatic process, stress in small doses typically helps us stay focused, alert, and energetic in the face of pressure and challenges. However, beyond a certain point, stress stops being helpful and starts causing major health and mood damage instead.  studies have shown that more than 40% of the population suffers from excessive levels of stress. People under stress experience mental and physical symptoms, such as irritability, anger, fatigue, muscle pain, digestive troubles, and difficulty sleeping. Stress and anxiety may seem similar, but they’re not the same. The difference? Stress is a response to daily pressures or a threatening situation, while anxiety is a reaction to stress. Anxiety, which has no clear cause, tends to last longer and be more difficult to treat.  Stress affects a lot of people and can influence your health. Symptoms include: Headaches High blood pressure Chest pain Heart palpitations Skin rashes Loss of sleep Stress typically goes away when the stressors disappear. However, chronic stress can escalate into anxiety or depression, so it’s important to take steps to reduce or eliminate stress whenever possible.       Depression Depression is an affective state characterized by sadness, hopelessness, and the loss of interest in everyday activities. Depressive states typically slant the way a person feels about life in general, causing them to perceive whatever happens in their life in an excessively negative light. Depressive states may thus lead to an outlook characterized by hopelessness, helplessness, and a loss of the sense of meaning in one’s life. When you’re depressed, it affects just about everything in your life — how you think, feel, behave, and function. You may experience one or more of these symptoms: Discouragement Sadness Hopelessness  Anger Lack of motivation or interest in life in general Low energy level Insomnia Feeling overwhelm... Read more

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2021-08-12T02:19:26+0000
<![CDATA[Kiara added new blog post]]>Stress  is the body’s way of responding to demands and threats. A largely unconscious and automatic process, stress in small doses typically helps us stay focused, alert, and energetic in the face of pressure and challenges. However, beyond a certain point, stress stops being helpful and starts causing major health and mood damage instead.  studies have shown that more than 40% of the population suffers from excessive levels of stress.    People under stress experience mental and physical symptoms, such as irritability, anger, fatigue, muscle pain, digestive troubles, and difficulty sleeping. Stress and anxiety may seem similar, but they’re not the same. The difference? Stress is a response to daily pressures or a threatening situation, while anxiety is a reaction to stress. Anxiety, which has no clear cause, tends to last longer and be more difficult to treat.  Stress affects a lot of people and can influence your health. Symptoms include: Headaches High blood pressure Chest pain Heart palpitations Skin rashes Loss of sleep Stress typically goes away when the stressors disappear. However, chronic stress can escalate into anxiety or depression, so it’s important to take steps to reduce or eliminate stress whenever possible.  If you’re not sure whether you’re suffering from stress, anxiety, or depression, don’t delay in talking to a health care provider to get the help you need. The journey to recovery begins with defining the cause of your issues and getting the right treatment.   

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