Home Astrology Horoscope Horoscope oi-Deepannita Das By Deepannita Das on April 11, 2021 Read your daily horoscope to know the condition of your day. Here you will get every important information related to your financial life, family life, married life, job, business etc. So let's see how your day will be today. Aries: 21 March - 19 April Today is giving good signs in terms of money. Getting back the held money will remove your big worry. Maybe due to financial constraints, some of your stuck work can be completed today. Talking about your work, there can be a big change in the life of employed people. There may also be a sudden transfer. Businessmen may benefit today. Your business will increase. Talking about personal life, today you can have a feud with a relative or neighbor. You try to resolve the matter by remaining calm. Sweetness will remain in the relationship with the life partner. Your trust … [Read more...] about Daily Horoscope: 11 April 2021
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Source: MichaelGaida/Pixabay (modifications: Arash Emamzadeh) What makes the news? Rarely is it love, happiness , friendship , healthy habits, charity, or volunteering. Instead, it is often financial problems, people’s unhealthy behaviors, disease, scams, robberies, burglaries, accidents, fires, natural disasters, murder, suicide , rape, racism, discrimination , terror, and war. And these days, it is the news of the coronavirus disease COVID-19 spreading, making people sick, causing economic upheaval , and mass panic . If you have a mental illness , like anxiety, OCD , or PTSD , you might be feeling very anxious these days. So, how to stay up to date? Here are four suggestions. 1. Try to limit your exposure to news programs. News programs affect us emotionally. Though men, compared to women, seem to be more hard-wired for attention to (and memory of) negative news , 1 news programs can make all of us more anxious, depressed, and more likely … [Read more...] about What to Do If the News Has Made You Paralyzed With Fear
Alcohol is the most widely consumed drug worldwide. For many, drinking is as much a part of daily life as having dinner. Although we consume it regularly, we don't really know what it does to us, or why it causes some of us to suddenly find streaking naked through a college campus a brilliant idea. Alcohol, according to conventional wisdom , is a depressant. Yet, that doesn't fully explain alcohol's effects. People often drink to liven up a party, not mellow it out. A few drinks can spark energy, elation, and excitement; it gives you a buzz. Alcohol may be more than simply a depressant. Classification of drugs can be explained by their chemical targets within the brain. Stimulants may influence dopamine or norepinephrine. Depressants target a chemical called GABA, the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter within the brain. As early research failed to show that alcohol targeted a specific receptor, scientists speculated that alcohol non-specifically altered cell membranes. … [Read more...] about Your Brain on Alcohol
Why are some of us happier than others? Well, of course, some people have more reasons to be happy than others. Many people find that the vicissitudes of aging diminish their happiness . Nonetheless, it is a fact that some people are by their nature more likely to be happy under the same conditions that are faced by others. Personality traits and social environments that affect happiness have been identified. The 2020 Age Well Study findings (released January 2021) specifically focus on the happiness and life satisfaction of residents in Life Plan Communities, and reinforce the effects of happiness on multiple areas of health, underlining the importance of strengthening optimism , resilience , and feelings of community. Retirement communities such as this have proliferated in recent years. They offer new alternatives for the elderly to experience their later years, as opposed to living alone or in the homes of relatives, such as their children. This kind of community … [Read more...] about Retirement Villages May Make Aging More Enjoyable
Hidden low-grade stressors lurking in your home can magnify your pandemic anxiety. Source: Joshua Ness/Unsplash Everyday surroundings can keep us in a state of low-grade stress that we ordinarily might not recognize. Chances are you’ve become so used to clutter, noise, harsh lights, and other environmental stressors that you don’t notice they add to your pandemic strain. Studies show that under environmental pressure, your stress hormone levels can escalate even when you’re not aware of it. Over time these hormone levels take a toll on your mental and physical health. Here are six major sources of low-grade stress that could be lurking in your personal space . 1 . Environmental Pollutants Scientists say that steady exposure to loud noises such as traffic, aircraft, and railway engines raise stress levels that can lead to high blood pressure even heart attacks. Plus lawnmowers, car engines, and loud music increase stress levels and interfere with your concentration … [Read more...] about Are Hidden Low-Grade Stressors Adding to Pandemic Strain?