How can I get my body in peace?
How do you get your body in peace and harmony? After seeing the answer to this question, it may seem common sense. Unfortunately, we do not always use the approach of our common sense body. We sometimes do partial or baby steps. This is a good start, but the more you understand the body's needs and the better you treat your body, the more you find yourself in peace.
What does a peaceful body look like? On the surface your forehead is smooth and not wrinkled in anxiety. His face is calm; your hand is calm and does not need the fist. You are standing straight and you do not cross over your daily stress.
Looking from the inside, your bloodstream divides the food and collects waste and does not chronically clog up with stress hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol. As we have seen before, these hormones serve a useful purpose to prepare you for approaching the danger and stopping the regular functions of the body, which are not necessarily necessary to combat stress.
This is fine when your body is under attack and you have to defend yourself or harm you. However, instant threats go quite fast and your body is hopefully restrained and peaceful. If constant thoughts, emotions, or both are continually embedded, your bodies will remain in a high alarm state, which will prevent you from feeling in peace and ultimately exhausting you and preserving productive life. The body, the mind, the emotions and the spirit are all interconnected.
Your blood pressure, pulse rate and heart rate rise if you are in a state of stress or anxiety and will be lower when your body is in peace. If you are peaceful, you have to spend more energy on constructive activities rather than fighting stress.
When you find stress from your life, you will find that you have more energy to have better appetite and better digestion. Rather than finding a natural way of peace in your body, you may be tempted to get help with prescription drugs, alcohol, or street drugs to compensate for the riots within you. Chemical approaches may sometimes be useful. Still, better long-term results can be found taking into account changing your life. What changes? This is a long story I get another time.