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No, we are not over yet. After discussing the topic with my friend’s Dad (he is a doctor), I’ve made a list of things you need to understand and avoid anxiety attacks (hard to breathe moments).
Life could have been easy if people love to share what they have. But the fact that we all are selfish in one way or another has pulled down humanity down in the dumps where almost no one is happy. Why are we like this, why can’t we share the knowledge that we have, power that we possess, the money that we have earned to help someone less unfortunate? Is it because bad things always feel good. But let’s not stray from our main topic and recall what we have learned so far.
According to the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, the term decision making means – the process of deciding about something important, especially in a group of people or in an organization. However, that’s not it, from what to cook for dinner to which university you should apply for further studies are also the topics of concern and required you to make a decision. Especially when the last date for submitting your application is close and it’s now or never.
To make the right decision under this pressure, first, take a deep breath and follow one of the following decision-making techniques.
This is something you might have already known, but you always thought it’s just the part of a rom-com script. And never considered it as a decision-making technique.
So, next time when you are in a stressful situation, consider what your role-model would do to come out of the situation that you dealing with. Consider what a leader (or positive person) would do in your situation.
According to science during the practice of meditation, brain scans have shown increased activity in the regions that are directly connected with the decrease of anxiety and depression. When someone practices meditation their mind goes into a Default Mode Network or in short DMN, it is a state of mind in which the mind is at rest and not worried about the outside world. This state of mind is well known for improving memory and self-awareness.
Not just this but mediation also helps one to achieve more calm. During a study, scientists studied the brains of a Buddhist monk and a young mediator. They found that the area of grey matter inside the monk’s brain was way bigger than that of the young meditator. This grey matter consists of regions that control learning, memory, and emotions in our body. To their surprise, scientists also found that the size of regions in the brain that gives rise to the increased stress and blood pressure in a human body is smaller than that of an average human brain.
During the scan, scientists found that the amount of alpha waves spread by the brain is much higher in the monk. These alpha waves have been shown to reduce the feeling of negative mood, tension, and anger. You can say meditation changes the structure of your brain and help you to become happy both physically and mentally.
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