An increasing dependence on smartphones leads to the fear of missing out and the need to constantly stay connected. This causes stress and anxiety. Prolonged use of your phone can cause depression, lower your concentration, and hamper your academic performance. It also hampers your vision, worsens your posture, and disrupt sleep.
Alcohol can be exciting and fun at first, causing you to feel less inhibited, elated, and even less tired. But this effect on the brain’s messaging system soon turns to memory lapses/loss, issues with decision making, and even blackouts. Long-term abuse or heavy drinking could even impair cognitive ability and cause brain damage, scar tissue, and Wernicke Korsakoff syndrome. So be careful when you drink!
The concept of journaling and all its benefits apply to all ages of people. Evoking mindfulness, being more self-confident, and being able to solve problems more efficiently are just a few benefits of keeping a diary. Depending on the kind of goal you want to achieve, you can choose to keep a food, fitness, gratitude, recovery or even a memory journal. Remember that patience and consistency are key in forming new habits before you’re able to start reaping the benefits.
Mindfulness meditation (MM), followed by transcendental meditation (TM), can be the best non-invasive ways to combat anxiety. A patient of anxiety obsessively thinks and feels negative and focuses on a tragic past or a possibly turbulent present. MM brings your mind to present sensations, whereas TM relaxes the brain.
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