Gretchen Alexander is sightless. But she refuses to allow her blindness to limit her life activities. She enjoys archery, golf, softball, sailing and water-skiing, as well as a number of other activities that those of us who are sighted have yet to learn.
She also speaks to groups about living life fully. When speaking to a group of high school students, she was once asked if there was anything she wouldn’t try. “I’ve decided to never skydive,” she answered. “It would scare the heck out of my dog.”
Expressing your feelings is healthy. However, expressing it in an uncontrollable manner can be dangerous. Here are seven anger management techniques you can do to make sure anger will not take control of you.
Applying these techniques will help you to be "cool as a cucumber", very calm, and relaxed even in difficult situations
The word stress derives from the Latin word stringere meaning to draw tight and anyone who has ever been stressed will understand that feeling of being stretched beyond what is normally comfortable. The Stress Management Society defines stress as what happens when the demands made on a person exceed the abilities of that person to cope.
What is anger?
An emotion which is commonly expressed in situation of irritating, unpleasant, frustrating. Anger can be notice from our body language, facial expressions, increase heart beat, and over aggression. We can say that a strong feeling of displeasure, opposes or hurts one
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It was a pleasant day in the spring of 2003. I was working in my office as usual when something unusual happened. A severe pain in my chest jolted my whole body. In minutes the pain became unbearable and I fell down on the floor. I was breathing with great difficulty. My colleagues came to my rescue. They called an ambulance which took me to the hospital.
A high-powered corporate executive came into a doctor's office for a checkup. He showed signs of overwork and stress. The doc warned him to slow down, to take up a hobby – perhaps painting – to relax. He agreed and started right away.
The next day the high-achieving businessman phoned and announced enthusiastically, "Doc, this painting is wonderful. I've already done ten!"
We don't need to be CEO's or high achievers to suffer from too much negative stress. It's easy to feel overwhelmed. In fact, you may be wondering this very minute whether you have time to read this page.
You have heard that chest pain can be serious. It can signal a heart attack. It might be a rare, life-threatening problem. But it could be quite the opposite. It could be not at all serious.
When is chest pain not serious?
It is wise to learn when chest pain is not serious. You will want to check your symptoms with a licensed professional, but here are 7 examples of chest pain that is probably not immediately serious.
Toothache is usually a symptom of an underlying problem with your teeth, gums or jaw. Most commonly you will have a small hole, or some decay in a tooth which has become sensitive. You may also have infected/inflamed gums or teeth. There are number of of other reasons for toothache including pain referred from sinuses or something as simple as food stuck between teeth.
The severity of toothache pain varies from mild to severe and you may find your toothache pain comes and goes for no apparent reason.
In this guide, I will provide you with 10 remedies to get rid of acne naturally. Many individuals are now reaching out to natural remedies. There are many reasons for this. Many have experimented with over the counter and/or prescription remedies with little to no success. Then, there are those who are budget conscious that want to have a remedy at their disposal that is effective, yet inexpensive. There are numerous benefits to electing to integrate the use of natural remedies for acne. The following details the most popular remedies to get rid of acne naturally:
It is very natural for a person to loss 50 to 100 hairs each day under the bodys hair renewal process. But most of the people at least once in their lifetime suffer with heavy hair loss. There may be various reason behind this; like medication, chemotherapy, exposure to radiations and certain chemicals, nutritional and hormonal factors, thyroid disease, skin disease or stress, etc.
In most of the cases hair loss is temporary but in certain cases it may be permanent depending on the severity of disease. Some of the most common causes of hair loss are explained here.