Cancer (21 June- 22 July) This Sun transit in cancer will favour people belonging to this zodiac sign. It will enhance your leadership and administrative skills. You may focus on your work in a better way and will try to establish a cordial relationship with your loved ones. You may feel protective of them. But you may also go through some disagreement with your father. Not only this, but you may also face some ups and downs in your relationship and have some arguments with your spouse/partner. … [Read more...] about Sun Transit In Cancer 2020: How It Will Affect Your Zodiac Sign
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That prejudice was still alive a century later. In 1912, the advertising executive Frank Parsons asserted, “Many Latin races, still somewhat primitive in taste, need [red] to meet their temperaments.” And in 1921, color psychologists like J.C.F. Grumbine still stressed, “The primary colors of red, yellow, and blue appealed to the elemental and simple minds of the savage.” … [Read more...] about There’s Nothing Neutral about Neutral Colors
This past winter, prior to the pandemic, researchers at Harvard University led by Dr. Ya-Chieh Hsu, reported that they may have found the link between stress and the production of the melanocytes. Using mice as a research model, researchers exposed them to three kinds of stress: mild short-term pain, psychological stress, and restricted movement. All three stresses caused both the loss of melanocytes and the pigment melanin. The obvious suspects—an immune reaction or too much cortisone—had no effect on the melanocyte production. However, they found that noradrenaline, the “fight or flight” neurotransmitter that is elevated under acute stress, was responsible indirectly for the graying of the animals’ fur. When they injected noradrenaline into non-stressed mice, new fur growth was gray: The melanocytes had disappeared. … [Read more...] about Is Suddenly Graying Hair a Sign of Chronic Stress?
The myth of controllability. You may find yourself wondering, “What is wrong with my partner? They refuse to do even the most basic of tasks.” It’s likely that your partner is being even harder on themselves wondering, “What is wrong with me? I am seriously flawed.” The thing is, they can’t will away their depression, just as one can’t will away diabetes or cancer. Like any illness, depression isn’t a character flaw. It’s a health issue that requires treatment. 11. Educate yourself. Because you can’t control your partner’s depression, the situation can easily feel exasperating and out of control. One way to gain a sense of control in your own life is through education. By educating yourself about the signs and symptoms of depression, you’ll be less likely to blame yourself or blame your partner for its occurrence. You’ll be more likely to understand what to expect, and to know where to get support. … [Read more...] about When Your “Person” Has Depression
Natural Form Of Relaxation One of the hormones that is responsible for calming a human body is Oxytocin. This hormone when produced in an adequate amount relaxes the body and mind. Endorphin is another chemical that gives a person "the feel good" factor naturally. Kissing enhances the quantity of these two chemicals. So, if one is feeling low or depressed, you are just one kiss away from lifting your spirits up. Kissing is known to lower the levels of anxiety and is quite beneficial, much like that of meditation. Kissing increases one's pleasure by releasing dopamine. … [Read more...] about Kissing On Lips: Do You Know About These Benefits?