20 STASHED IDEAS
Dr Lee Berk, associate professor of Health Promotion and Education at Loma Linda University in California, began researching the benefits of laughter in the late 1970s.
He observed that laughter could reduce the effects of the stress hormone cortisol. Berk’s research also revealed that laughter can increase levels of natural killer cells, a type of white blood cell, which are needed to fight off viruses and tumour cells and keep the body healthy.
Anxiety is a mental illness that is still overlooked these days. An estimated 284 million people worldwide experienced an anxiety disorder in 2017, making it the most prevalent mental health disorder around the globe. People with anxiety often do not even recognize it themselves and tend to mask it as being okay.
Reality of anxiety is Fear of real world events. Anxiety alters what we are conscious of, and in turn, the way we experience reality.
There are 86 billion cells in your brain, without a doubt, the gooey mass between your ears is controlling your body like nothing else.
Experts have determined that our modern lifestyle is chipping away at our neural pathways, making us slower, dumber, and less creative.We need to be aware of the bad habits that we’ve picked up.
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