Monthly Archives: July 2015
In this busy and hectic world, oftentimes it is difficult to find real peace and relaxation. No matter how much you take a rest and stay at home, there are times when you will still feel stress out and exhausted.
Stress does not only affect one’s physical health but also mentally. According to study, 73 percent of American experience psychological symptoms of stress regularly. Psychological symptoms of stress may be a little more difficult to treat than the physical stress. It cannot be relieved easily by just resting and not doing anything else. Relieving psychological symptoms of stress involves the relaxing and recharging the mind and the body.
Dehydration is something that most us fail to put extra attention to. Most of us are not aware that dehydration can cause several body malfunctions which can affect our appearance, mood and performance.
In order for our body to function well, it consumes fluids we take in. It is important to replace the fluids lost in our body to keep us going all throughout the day and to avoid being dehydrated.
There has been a study showing that overeating alone can cause obesity in the US. This suggests that regardless of inactivity, overeating can cause someone to gain weight more than he or she needs.
Overeating can be a little difficult to avoid. You try hard enough not to overeat and so far we have been successful doing this at home but then you head outside and you are surrounded by all sorts of foods. It can be tempting to eat and eat while outside, especially if you are with your friends who are not minding their diet.
Are you experiencing that same work routine every day? Scrambling with paper works, answering calls and doing your monthly presentation? It seems to be a normal situation but what you didn’t know is that frequently being in this situation can cause you to be unproductive.
We could not deny the fact that we all live in a busy world. But the chaos and disorder that we faced everyday could take its toll and can greatly impact the way we live our everyday life. Disorder can be part of our usual habits which can later on affect productivity.