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Stress / Anxiety
Stress, especially chronic stress, can be debilitating. The brain collects information from the surroundings and processes it, often triggering instinctive responses that we call stress, which are inappropriate for modern circumstances. The good news is that stress (not pressure) is a creation of your mind, and you can train your brain to stop responding to life’s challenges with stress.
Even a couple nights of sleeplessness can be a sign of unhealthy stress accumulation or anxiety, which should be dealt with immediately and naturally. If not, this temporary condition of sleeplessness can grow, especially by taking sleeping medications, which can be highly habit forming, and can create insomnia as a side effect. Fortunately, there is something you can do about it.
Did you know that only six percent of people who try to quit smoking can actually succeed? Your brain is being deliberately manipulated to cause this failure. Tobacco companies are tricking your brain with fake solutions, additives, and nicotine replacements, yet not everyone is affected equally. Discovering your susceptibility to this manipulation is the first step to breaking free. How susceptible are you?
If you’ve almost given up attempting to lose weight because you’re exhausted from trying so hard, if your health has become an issue and you’ve got to make a change, or if you just have a few pounds to lose and really would like to keep them off, then I have good news. You can learn why your brain has been blocking you from losing weight and adopt a simple system that will permanently turn that around.
Your immune system is a highly evolved defense system that protects you against disease, detects a wide variety of pathogens, and distinguishes them from your healthy tissue. The best defense against pathogens is a strong, healthy body. There are evidence-based, healthy-living strategies and nutrients that bolster your immunity and increase your defenses against pathogens and disease.
Millions of people suffer from alcoholism, and most of them don’t even know it. Or perhaps, they just don’t want to admit it to themselves. If you or somebody you know is suffering from alcoholism, it is important to act immediately. The effect of alcohol on the body and brain is significant. Alcohol abuse and addiction are serious, potentially lethal conditions. The good news is that there’s help.
Opioid drugs alter your brain by creating artificial endorphins. Besides blocking pain, these endorphins make you feel good. Too much opioid use can cause your brain to rely on these artificial endorphins. Once your brain does this, it can even stop producing its own endorphins. The longer you use opioids, the more likely this is to happen. You also will need more opioids over time because of drug tolerance.