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Dietary Suggestion (what to eat) during Coronavirus Pandemic: for regular people and people tested positive but without any symptoms

Saturday, March 14, 2020

Dietary Suggestion (what to eat) during Coronavirus Pandemic: for regular people and people tested positive but without any symptoms

Make sure your energy and calorie intake. 400 grams of carbs is suggested, and it can be from rice, noodles, pastas, potatoes. Daily quality protein intake 200 grams; it can be from lean meat, fish, shrimp, egg, soy, tofu. Yogurt can help to form good bacteria in our intestines. It can be a good supplement on top of your diet. Use canola oil or grapeseed oil for high heat cooking.

Embracing Reality with an Open Mind

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Embracing Reality with an Open Mind

Many of us have a hard time dealing with an understanding of our own behaviors and emotions. Sometimes we even stop for a second and think about questions like who we are, and why do I do that. Let's try to visualize our feelings in relation to our behaviors. Why do you have such intense feelings, such as anger, suicidal thoughts, over-excitement, shame, and sadness? First, we have to identify our feelings.

Socializing via Social Media

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Socializing via Social Media

Human, we are social animals. Many scientific studies show that socializing with others can improve your mental wellbeing. For starters, being more social helps to increase your brain's ability to process informations and thoughts. Whether it's chit-chat with acquaintances or discussion in classroom, social interaction requires more concentration and engagement than just plain talking. In such a process, both or more parties engage at the same time, in the same space, and share/discuss the same topic.

9 Mindful Exercises to Ease Your Anxiety

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

9 Mindful Exercises to Ease Your Anxiety

Positive mindful exercises are useful for tackling anxieties. Research discovers practice mindful exercises or meditation during a sudden panic attack can significantly reduce the symptoms. Many patients find it helpful to cope with sudden and difficult situations. So being mindful is highly beneficial to everyone. It sounds simple, but can be tricky in the beginning. Here are some exercises and tips to help you kick start your mindful journey.

16 Physical Effects of Anxiety

Thursday, February 27, 2020

16 Physical Effects of Anxiety

Even though feeling anxious might be just a mental state, living under long exposure of anxious or nervous state may generate some physical issues. First, we need to clarify the difference between anxiety and excitement. For these emotions, you might experience similar physical sensation such as fast heartbeat, profuse sweating, high and jittery energy, but the reasons behind it might be different. Excitement comes from positive memories and experience. Anxiety is the opposite, and sometimes it can be for no clear reason at all.