Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Anxiety is provoked by thoughts, and mostly origins from fear, worrying and/or traumatic experience. Over time, one can experience anxiety even without any immediate danger or issue. This means that our brain may already formed a certain mechanical perception. For example, if one had bad experiences at an Asian restaurant, your brain will remember and bring up this bad experience every time when you visit an Asian restaurant.
This type of brain mechanism entangles many mental and physical effects on our body.
Saturday, February 22, 2020
As the rate of anxiety arises across America, people are wondering the factors that's contributing to this problem. In this article, let's discover some common causes cause anxiety. Even though many factors all play a role, we need to identity these factors in order to #kope with our daily lives.
Genetic. Many doctors and research answers that the reason for anxiety is genetic. However, you can also have anxiety when no one else in your family has it.
Thursday, February 20, 2020
According to the American Psychiatric Association, nearly 40% of Americans are experiencing anxiety disorders. It's a very common issue among people today. Some experience it on a daily basis, but manageable. Some might have a hard time dealing with it and need professional help. Anxiety can be hard to live with because it interferes with your life, focus, productivity and overall mental health. The nature of anxiety originate worrying for the future.
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
Money is one of the most important elements in our lives. In America, average consumer debt is $9,300. There are too many loans swamping people into too much debt. Most people have a feeling of scarcity about money or material good like it will never be enough.
When you realize your expenses exceed the income, financial stress slowly erodes your financial freedom because you are deep in debt. Credit cards are worse.
Thursday, February 13, 2020
Have you wondered about: whom am I spending time with? How are my friends and family influenced my thoughts and behaviors? Yes, many of our thoughts and the ways we react to things are carried around with us from the past. Growing up, we certainly pick up these values and mannerisms from people around us. Parents, teacher, professors, friends, pastors, or supervisors might not be no longer associating with you, but their influence remains in your subconsciousness.