“High income buys life satisfaction but not happiness, and that low income is associated both with low life evaluation and low emotional well-being.”, says the study “High income buys life satisfaction but not happiness, and that low income is associated both with low life evaluation and low emotional well-being.”, says the study “High income improves evaluation of life but not emotional well-being”.
Questions like “Did I lock the door?” and “Did I turn off the oven?” or events like another driver cut us off on the way to work, big queue in our favorite coffee shop and a colleague who didn’t finish a promised task on time disturb us and we easily get nervous.
Not an easy task for sure? Maybe we need a direction, a goal, to overcome those little irritating moments, to take them calmly and not to allow them to upset us. Our mental state affects our health and stress is one of the main reasons for modern diseases.
As stated in the study “Multiple Chronic Conditions Among US Adults: A 2012 Update”117 million Americans had one or more chronic health conditions in particular 24.3% had one chronic condition, 13.8% had two conditions, and 11.7% had three or more conditions. In 2014 seven of the top 10 causes of death were chronic diseases.
How to keep a positive mindset in the dynamic and stressful everyday life? Ayurveda is an in-depth science of life and a holistic approach to healing, according to which each person’s life has the utmost goal. The ancient wisdom helps us live in harmony with ourselves and nature while enjoying good health.
Daily habits are a reflection of our life whether private or professional. The modern diseases like hypertension, cancer, diabetes, asthma, and obesity are due to disbalance in body and mind.
Taking some simple steps like nutrition regimes, exercises and positive thinking could improve the quality of our life. Ayurveda introduces natural methods for experiencing the most convenient lifestyle: healthy foods, yoga and breathing exercises, meditation, herbs and nutrition during the four seasons.
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We all know that coconut oil (and the coconut itself) are full of goodness for our health, skin and hair. Coconut oil is practically a multi-tasker that we should include in our diet and beauty routine.
Here are 10 reasons why you should do so!
There is no greater expression of self-love than lovingly anointing ourselves from head to toe with warm oil—this practice is called Abyanga. The Sanskrit word Sneha can be translated as both “oil” and “love.” It is believed that the effects of Abhyanga are similar to those received when one is saturated with love. Like the experience of being loved, Abhyanga can give a deep feeling of stability and warmth.
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A lot of chronic pain is the result of chronic inflammation.
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