Do you have a social anxiety problem? Have you ever experienced the feeling of being nervous or uncomfortable in a social situation? Do you clam up when meeting someone new? Do your palms get sweaty before making a big presentation? Do you have a fear of public speaking or walking into a roomful of strangers? Many people have social anxiety problems, but most people can get through it.
Most of our decisions are influenced by emotions in some way. Making emotional decisions is natural because that is human nature. Some emotional decisions are ok, but many times emotional decisions can be destructive for self and also for others. Let’s find why and how emotional decisions can be destructive.
Have you heard anyone ever say before, that emotional pain is a completely normal thing and emotional pain is a process of healing? I found a wonderful video of Sri Gaur Gopal Das explaining emotional pain. He teaches that we are human beings so each of us has all emotional feelings. I thought it would be good to share his talk with others because emotional pain is a major problem affecting most people, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic.
We often think of communication as being verbal; that is, performed using words. But there is another element to it: the nonverbal, the body language. Do you know what is body language? The signals and the messages that we send using our body in a conversation is called body language. Mastering your body language is the key to appearing more confident, interesting, and impressive. In other words, to become a successful communicator, you need good body language in your communication. In this post, you can learn four body language tricks that you can use to impress anyone in a conversation.
Maintain a better sleep routine. As you know, good and proper sleep is essential for better health. If you don’t get enough sleep, your mind and body can’t refresh properly. That will create many unwanted health problems. You must hard work, but that doesn’t mean you work without giving enough rest to your body and mind. Eat healthily, sleep well, have regular exercises. That’s the secret to healthy living.
Have you heard the word Glossophobia? Do you have stage fear or the fear of public speaking? In the beginning, many people have stage fear and nervousness. When attending on a stage in public, feeling nervous is normal. But if that nervousness reflects in your body language and expressions, your audience will not appreciate it. This article will help you overcome stage fear and nervousness while delivering presentations or public speaking.
Do you have the habit of always procrastinating, over analysing things and overthinking? If yes, nothing to worry much about it. You are not alone, in today’s world, many are facing the problem of procrastination and that becomes an obstacle to their success in life. In this article, let us discuss how to stop procrastination and make changes in your life.
As per health experts, there can be many reasons for an irregular heartbeat. As we all know we are in the midst of a very dangerous and devastating second wave of Covid-19. This situation is making irregular heartbeat to many more people who are staying at home because of lockdown. This post is based on the video talk of Dr Bharat Vijay Purohit, Head of the department cardiology, Care Hospital Hitech City explaining about irregular heartbeat problem due to COVID-19. Continue reading the selected points from the video and also watch the video at the bottom.
In the present busy world, many people have some kind of mental health problems like anxiety, depression, stress and it shows symptoms as physical health problems. Most people ignore the problem because they don’t realise the root cause is a mental health problem. In this post, you can learn 5 simple tips for better mental health which can be done daily. It doesn’t take that much time, all it needs is a conscious awareness from your side and a willingness to change your lifestyle.