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I grew up in a small town in the mountains, where winter lasts half the year, so I spent a lot of time looking forward to enjoying spring again. Everything woke up - trees, flowers, birds, bees... It was all so pretty and colorful and alive, and all I could think about was: "I wish I didn't have to live with a jumbo pack of Kleenex attached to me for the next few months." I used to make jokes that even seeing a picture of a hay pile made my eyes start watering and my nose run. As a highlander, I loved hiking, and I loved those moments when I was standing at the top of the mountain, enjoying the view, letting rays of the sunlight tickle my skin, breathing in and out that fresh spring air...
It was breathtaking, quite literally, because with my seasonal allergies, I hardly ever experienced slow, steady, even breathing outdoors in spring and summer. Instead of enjoying the fresh air, I was forced to smell the soft odor of tissues, and blow my nose so intensely that my ears plugged and ...
The human heart is often seen as the engine running this beautiful and complicated mechanism called the BODY. When our heart is beating, our physical being persists. Once it stops working, we are no longer alive. Our nervous system, including our brain, controls most actions in our body by transmitting signals to and from different parts of it via special cells called neurons. We have a general understanding of this, but our bodies are even more complex than that. When training a football team, you can never win a game if you will train each player individually, without the presence of other teammates on the field. They work as a team, they have to learn how to cooperate, react to each other, and help each other.
The same applies for the human body - we need to treat our body as a whole, considering all the connections and effects our organs and body parts have on each other. There are organs called glands in our bodies that control nearly every process, even things like sweating or muscle growth, which you might not expect to be influenced by them. We have two types of glan ...
Do you set resolutions after New Years? Do you make plans and promises to yourself that you will quit smoking, start exercising on a regular basis, or eat better? Do you create a perfect, fool proof plan and set a starting date, but never actually get on board, or quit after just a couple of days? Have you ever said something like: "I would like to do this, but I don't have enough willpower to do so?" I am sure you have done it, we all have. There is nothing wrong with you. Before you start calling yourself names like useless, lazy, unable to commit, or just straight up stupid, keep reading. We all can achieve anything we put our mind to, we just need to learn how to adjust our mindset and cultivate our habits. Willpower is like a muscle in a way. The more you use it and train it, the stronger it gets. Some people say it takes approximately 30 days for an individual to actually create a habit. But it all starts in the brain.
There is a part of our brain, located just behind the forehead, called the prefrontal cortex. This region of t ...
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