“Stress Kills”!!

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Did you know that stress can LITERALLY make you sick? Of course, we all encounter some form of stress like being stuck in traffic or the loss of a loved one or friend. But continuous, intense mental and physical stress can kill you. The problem is not the stress itself but how we respond to it. This is so because we see different things to be stressful. So what is this ‘stress’ that we all talk about and we all experience? Bear in mind that it can be both positive and negative.

Stress is defined as the body’s response or reaction to a particular situation. The effects of stress can affect you mentally, physically and it can affect your behaviour. An example of mental stress can be the trauma a soldier undergoes after returning from war and physical stress can be in the form of a major operation that you…

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Do I ?

Sometimes there are more questions than answers.

Reblogged from Lamatens.

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Do I have the right to cry ?

Do you accept me with my wounds ?

Do i have the right to complain even though some aspect of my life can appear good ?

Do i have the luxury to be vulnerable when you see me as a strong person and all I need is someone I can lean on?

Can I lean on you without upsetting you?

Can I be me with the world without fearing to be accepted?

Can I just take a moment to cry, be on the floor and feel sorry for myself without fearing of the gaze of the society or my “friends” ostracizing me?

Can just I just be me even thought i do not know who Me is ?

Can I just look for myself and recognize that currently my life feel like a mess ?

Can I take responsibility for my situation…

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10 things you can start today to help shed some pounds

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Breast milk and Breastfeeding

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High Cholesterol

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