There’s a lot of things that stress can lead to. One of those things can actually be hair loss. The temporary hair loss that can come from stress is known as telogen effluvium. Stressful events such as losing a job, severe relationship strife, and significant financial events can lead to telogen effluvium.
By: Justin Hill
Grief according to dictionary.com is “keen mental suffering or distress over affliction or loss; sharp sorrow; painful regret.” You don't get over grief easily. It takes time. For some, it can keep them trapped in a vicious cycle.
Grief usually occurs from the loss of something or someone important. This leaves the individual feeling empty, unable to move forward. Grief can impact people on different levels depending on various factors, which include:
By: Justin Hill
Worrying is part of our everyday lives. The problem arises when the worry becomes an interfering force that cuts into the daily production of those everyday lives. Which begs the question on whether the worrying you experience is detrimental, or not? Don't worry, I'm here to help.
We'll begin by defining worry. Then, we'll discuss how much of it is too much, and what to do about it if it happens to be incessant.
By: Robert D. Hill, Ph.D.
Edited by: Justin Hill
Did you know that what happens in the brain influences what happens in the body? It's important because when facing a health crisis, cultivating positive emotions can boost the immune system and counter depression.
Studies have shown an indisputable link between having a positive outlook and health benefits like lower blood pressure, less heart disease, better weight control and healthier blood sugar levels. Even when faced with an incurable illness, positive feelings and thoughts can improve quality of life.
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