Stress control & about sleep

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    Category: Stress controls How to react to stress?
    Always accept that nothing can change circumstances as they are happening in your life, you can’t never change people with whom you interact at that moment of interaction period. When an occurrence in your life is not of your liking, it is nonetheless taking place. You will be wasting energy by resisting; the only result of doing this is stress. Instead of avoiding what you don’t like face what you feel, accept as part of life the need to process your negative emotions, think! Each time you work through your fears and negative emotions you will be better preparefor your future. Accepting what it feels to go through circumstances or people we don’t like, it is a good thing; it makes us a better person. You may at a much later time work on a well prepared plan on attempting to change others or your circumstances. Thanks to: Peter Higgins <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:smarttags" /><st1:City><st1:place>Miami</st1:place></st1:City><st1:country-region><st1:place>USA</st1:place></st1:country-region>.

    Category: Health tips we need sleep! By Kathryn Conroy, Netscape News could be sleep deprived and putting yourself at risk for an early death. That stunning conclusion was reached by researchers at <st1:placeName>Penn</st1:placeName><st1:placeType>State</st1:placeType><st1:place><st1:placeType>College</st1:placeType> of <st1:placeName>Medicine</st1:placeName></st1:place>, who determined that when we get just six hours of sleep a night, we are actually sleep deprived. And sleep deprivation not only makes us sleepy during the day and decreases our productivity and performance levels, but also promotes the potentially dangerous process of inflammation. Inflammation of this sort can lead to a variety of problems, including heart disease and hardening of the arteries, reports Web MD.
    Previous studies have examined the effects of severe sleep deprivation, which is five hours or less of sleep. This one looked at the effects of modest sleep restriction, something that many people live with day in and day out in order to meet the pressing demands of work and family. The levels of inflammatory factors skyrocketed in the 25 study volunteers--who spent 12 consecutive nights in a sleep laboratory--when they had just six hours of sleep, compared with eight hours. So when you pass up sleep to watch more television, talk to your spouse, or clean the house, you are putting yourself at risk for cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis.Thanks to: Gemminna Chicago <st1:country-region><st1:place>USA</st1:place></st1:country-region>.

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