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You might think: why learn how to be happy again? How does this make sense? Is it something you can get back? Is there any way to get rid of stress and find happiness again? Well, let me tell you, it is! Before that, we need to know what is happiness? As per Oxford English Dictionary, happy means “feeling pleasure or contentment”. It is a state rather than a trait; so, it can change at any moment. Scientists deem happiness as something like bodyweight. We put on some weight; we shed it in a few days. The same is the case with happiness. It varies with our emotions, events, and conditions. You would be happy for a while, content with your life. Suddenly a bad day appears, and boom! You get sad for various reasons to no reason at all. Just like happiness, sadness, anxiety, anger and stress are also…

Older individuals experience many changes as they age. For this reason, they need to alter their lifestyles to remain fit. People who practice a healthy lifestyle at a young age get to enjoy life more as they age and can be seen hale and hearty even at an old age. There are many healthy living tips for seniors which, if followed properly, can bring great health benefits. Healthy habits make a huge difference even to those who are prone to certain illnesses or have been neglecting their overall health in the past. Steps to Healthy, Joyful Aging Consider helping your seniors with these 10 easy and effective healthy living tips for seniors which will definitely improve their overall health and wellness. 1. Balanced Nutrition is the Key Eating a healthy diet as you grow old keeps you in fine fettle. With time, your digestive system tends to slow down. Unless…

The idea is to use the proven power of certain foods to prevent and reverse various forms of cancer, as well as to live a healthy and robust life. With ever-increasing life comfort and luxury, changes in habits leading to sedentary lifestyles, consumption of processed foods and exposure to harmful chemicals on daily basis, have made us vulnerable to fatal health issues. One such terminal health condition is cancer, a nightmare for mankind with its number of cases increasing each passing year. According to statistics from the American Cancer Society, in 2022 1.9 million new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed, followed by 609,360 cancer deaths in the United States. Processed foods, red and barbecued meats increase the risk of breast, colon and rectal cancer. Similarly, causes of lung cancer include smoking, occupational hazards and genetics. These and many other factors are responsible for changes at a cellular level…

Colds are among the most common ailments we all get as soon as the weather changes. However, people often confuse it with influenza flu because the flu and cold symptoms are quite similar. Colds and influenza (flu) are contagious respiratory diseases, but different viruses are responsible for them. Only influenza viruses cause the flu, while the common cold can be caused by a number of viruses, including rhinoviruses, parainfluenza, and seasonal Coronaviruses. It is important not to confuse seasonal coronaviruses with SARS-COV-2, which causes COVID-19. Because flu and the common cold have similar symptoms, it can be hard to distinguish them based solely on the symptoms. However, the flu symptoms are typically more intense and less gradual than those of the common cold. Therefore, you can easily manage a common cold through remedies. Many cold remedies are available, but do they work? Do they really work? Yes and No. Experts say that there is…

Finding your own style is not easy, but once found, it brings complete happiness. It gives you self confidence, alwaysYves Saint Laurent In a world thriving on competition and survival of the fittest, everyone wants to be at the top of everything. Many of them are aware of the fact that the ability to touch the skies and rule the world is inextricably linked to one’s confidence and self-esteem. Only a few of them know the secret to healthy self-esteem. Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday lifeBill Cunningham Seven years ago, professors Adam D Galinsky and Adam Hajo wrote about ‘enclothed cognition’ in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology to describe the relationship between fashion and self-esteem. In their hypothesis, the researchers used a doctor’s lab coat and a painter’s coat. The group of people who wore the doctor’s coat exuded high levels of attentiveness and carefulness…

Anger is just anger. It isn’t good nor bad. It just is. What you do with it is what matters. It’s like anything else. You can use it to build or to destroy. You just have to make the choice – Jim Butcher. Have you ever felt epinephrine coursing through your veins as your heartbeat increases, cheeks burn, jaw clenches, nostrils flare, and heat begins to rise from you like vapors? Well, that’s your amygdala telling your body to be angry. Anger has a poor reputation because of what it does to the human mind and how it makes a person behave erratically. But can we truly blame a natural intrinsic emotions wired into our brain, without which our survival would have been in jeopardy? No, according to common sense. Untamed Anger, like a wild dinosaur, can wreak havoc in both personal and professional lives if it is roused by…