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Archive for November, 2019

Different Ways to Improve the Quality of Your Life

Nov
05

Date: November 5th, 2019

There are various ways through which you can improve the overall quality of your life. Some of them include these easy to follow steps. 

o   The Stellar Virtues of Meditation

You should consider starting your day by clearing your mind of all negative thoughts and energy. Yoga, meditation, thinking aloud –call it whatever you like – but you should try and clear your mind so that it is perfectly calm. Apart from that, you should always spend a few minutes every morning communing with your own thoughts and getting them in order. You can also use this time to plan all of your day’s activities.

o   Smile Even When You Do Not Feel Like It

The act of smiling has many documented effects on our collective psychology. In fact, different studies consistently show that individuals who smile through the most stressful periods of their lives tend to have a lower heart rate as compared to people who smile less frequently.

Responding to Emergencies: It is Not That Difficult If You Know What to Do

Nov
01

Date: November 1st, 2019

The age-old adage ‘only fools rush in where angels fear to tread’ still holds true today. This is why you should always be well-prepared for any eventuality lest you make an importune mistake. This is because an emergency situation can easily occur even when you are least expecting it.

But if you know what to do, then there is a great chance that you might come out on top and save precious lives in the bargain. Scroll down to read all about responding to emergencies.

o   Panicking Won’t Help

Sometimes, an unexpected emergency can trigger the body’s ‘fight or flight’ response and we completely lose our heads when faced with such a situation. However, it does not always have to be this way.

You can easily control both your physiological and psychological responses. In other words, it is possible to bring down your heartbeat and control your breathing. This, in turn, will give you the ability to look at the situation in an objective manner. Keep in mind that it is tremendously important because only a calm and logical mind can help you put all your CPR and first aid training to good use.