Whether we are on the right paths or not, the courses we take are the ones we’ve chosen. If we’re not satisfied with the state of physical or mental health we find ourselves in, it’s up to us to change direction. Altering our personal paths can be as easy as breaking away from the same routes we venture on day in and day out to and from our jobs. However, breaking away from the automation that we have become complacent about and staying on the new path requires a strong mind
We have the tools.
Pandemic weight gain is not something to be taken lightly. Combine the weight gain with the incremental financial stress, relationship strain and quarantine cabin fever that the pandemic restrictions may have created and disease risk and morbidity goes up with each added factor. In fact, the subclinical activity related to a struggling metabolism that’s strained by anxiety and bad dietary habits can only make things worse if infection by SarsCoV2 is adde
We don’t have to highlight the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive disruptive influence on education. It has forced students to be self-starting, self-motivated and creative. The changes in education mechanisms have consequentially forced changes that reach beyond learning. They influence our way of living just to be able to accommodate the home schooling programs. Today, we struggle with a shift from ‘normal’ wishing for things to get back to the way they w
With the persisting alteration of thought and emotion we have to begin to appreciate and address the impact that the emotional changes will have on health and disease.... The pandemic has had a profound impact on so many levels of human existence that life will not be the same ever again. The dramatic alteration on how we work, think and interact generates a very different state of being; a different way of thinking; and therefore, a different level of chemistry that rises o