Kind Thoughts Strategy: How to Become Tolerant of the Unknown

In March, I asked on social networks what was the most difficult for people during the COVID-19 pandemic. I got more than 100 answers and found that in many ways people have the same problem: the unknown. “How do I stop worrying about the future?” “How do I know if I am doing the right thing?” “How do I deal with terrifying suspense? I’m afraid things will get worse and worse.
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How stress and pressure can change our lives for the better

Tensions became a common feature in the 21st century, causing a mental health crisis, and science suggests that it affected unborn babies. In contrast, psychologists are keen to teach us that there is some kind of good, healthy and even fruitful tension. There is a perception that stress is always damaging to the brain, but this is not true, says Amy Fleming, a neuroscientist at the University of California, Berkeley.
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Using food .. 6 ways to combat stress and improve mood

When we are frustrated or stressed, we are eager to eat chocolate to modify our mood. But the truth is that the feeling of chocolate is short-lived, making us worse off than before. In a report published on Health24, writer Jessica Pieters explains that the “quick fix” of sugars consumption is not working. Vector responsible for happiness There are four neurotransmitters that make us feel comfortable, namely, endorphins, dopamine, serotonin, and oxytocin.
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