From time to time, remind yourself that everyone grieves at their own pace and in their own way. Do not listen to people who suggest that you should be ‘over it’ in a set period of time such as one month or one year. Your grief will rise and fall. Sometimes you will feel it intensely, other times hardly at all. The intensity of your grief does not reflect how much you loved the person. When you feel grief arising, try not to fight it. Emotional turmoil is normal. Break down into a heap of tears if that helps. Depending on your character, you might like to allow yourself to cry in public or perhaps alone. The choice is yours. Do not be guided by culture or convention. Don’t try to meditate on the person you have lost until you feel ready. There is no rush. Instead, allow yourself to feel grief and to cry when you feel able. When grief becomes over-whelming, allow it to flow. You may feel more comfortable taking yourself off to a less crowded place should … [Read more...] about Should You Try To “Get Over” Grief?
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30) Water Water is very essential for your body to produce breastmilk. If you have been consuming all the above food in the list but not drinking enough water, you may see no change in the volume your breast milk. Not just plain water, you can consume liquids in the form of juices to keep yourself hydrated enough. Having enough water along with consuming foods that help boost your milk supply will definitely help you get the desired result  . … [Read more...] about World Breastfeeding Week 2020: Top 30 Foods To Increase Breast Milk Supply
There is evidence in rodent studies that DHA is more effective than EPA(10). Newly diagnosed diabetics have a decreased production of B cell cytokines, and obese humans and mice (two of the risk factors for COVID-19) have a lower antibody response to influenza infection (utilizes the same ACE-2 receptor) or vaccination. In these same mice, DHA improved “influenza-specific antibody production”(10). In a human pilot study, the high DHA fish oil supplement (0.5g EPA and 2.0 g DHA daily) increased isolated B cell cytokine secretion relative to baseline, while olive oil and regular fish oil concentrate did not. However, more research is needed to clarify a specific benefit(10) and FOO3s beneficial interaction with fermentable fiber. How we can help our mental health and public policy is next in Part 7. … [Read more...] about SARS-COV-19: Fiber And Fish Oil Provide Prevention
Kindness can really offset stress and impact the levels of cortisol, the stress hormone, and how it acts in your body. In one study in California, people were asked to conduct random acts of kindness. Their leukocyte genes were less tuned toward inflammation. You can see purely biological effects of such things as opening doors for someone, letting someone ahead of you in traffic, buying coffee for your coworker, very simple things that not only make life more pleasurable for everyone involved but actually boost your health. That’s kind of satisfying when you think about it, that being nice makes you healthier and live longer. … [Read more...] about The Surprising Secret to Longevity
Alone in an unchanging environment, the sensory information available to us and the ways in which we process it can change in unpredictable ways. For example, we normally spend most of our time attending to and processing external stimuli from the physical world around us. However, monotonous stimulation from our surroundings may cause us to turn our attention inward — within ourselves — which most of us have much less experience handling. … [Read more...] about Five Reasons Why Being Home All the Time Is So Hard