Love is an unique and beautiful feeling. The more beautiful, the more good emotions it brings. Unfortunately, we often forget to love the most important person in our life – ourselves.
Self-love is the basis of our mental balance, the basis of well-being and life’s satisfaction. When we are comfortable with ourselves, we function in a completely different quality. It is easier for us to make decisions, we have more strength to be active and motivatation to change. Unfortunately, this is neither obvious nor always easy. You have to learn to love yourself. To love the person you are, who you can always count on, who will be with you for good and bad, forever – this person is of course yourself. Let us remember this, let us be kind to ourselves, be patient, let us show ourselves the kindness that we surround our loved ones with.
How to learn to love yourself? Start with small steps. Pay attention to how you treat yourself, what you think about yourself, how you talk to yourself in your mind. Stop criticizing yourself, reproaching yourself. Think well of yourself every day. Control the thoughts directed at your address. Don’t blame yourself, don’t judge. If something doesn’t work out for you, don’t say “I didn’t managed again.” Believe me, sometimes it is enough to replace “again” with “one more”. Surround yourself with good thoughts and feelings every day, because no one else will give you more cordiality and warmth than yourself.
The abdominal cavity and the organs stored there are our second brain. Incorrect work of individual organs can project a variety of symptoms in our body such as back pain or peripheral areas joint pains, repeated rash in the same places, recurring swellings, constant feeling of
fatigue and even sleep problems.
For example, abnormal kidney function can affect the
weakening of the hair structure or increase the amount of mucus in the body and cause sinus problems. To
improve the work of internal organs, we can use visceral therapy, acupuncture or perform the treatment with cupping.
Stress is an integral part of our lives. Stress is the body’s reaction to situations in which we cannot effectively deal with problematic matters, situations, and phenomena that surround us and that we experience.
Stress can be positive or negative. We talk about positive stress when we think about mobilizing stress, when adrenaline is often involved, which makes it easier for us to perform a task. We know this feeling, e.g. before an exam, an important conversation, or a speech. However, the stress becomes negative when it is prolonged ande exhausts us physically and mentally. In this case, stress has a very negative effect on our body, it devastates us. Chronic stress can manifest itself in the form of anxiety states, mental breakdowns or mood disorders. In dermatology, it is of key importance in symptomatic treatment as a factor causing somatic symptoms. It is often said about hair falling out of stress.
How to deal with everyday life when we are constantly in a hurry, when there are many things on our heads? To manage stress and increase your sense of control, focus on the things you have to do at given moment. Don’t think about what’s in line, what’s in arrears. Think about what is important to you here and now. Knowing how to use your own time is also invaluable. Therefore, in a situation where you are tired of a high level of negative stress, when you feel mentally exhausted and your body shows you that something is wrong, it is worth asking yourself a few questions. Answer honestly in your conscience. Are you making good use of your time? How do you deal with the organization of time? Do you take responsibility only for the matters entrusted to you, or also for those for which someone else is responsible? Can you set limits? Do you turn to others for help early enough? And are you asking the right people for help? Do you talk to others about stressful situations and problems? Do you give yourself the right to rest? How do you rest? When was the last time you did something nice for yourself? These are a few simple questions that often allow us to assess what areas of our life are stress generators and what we should work on. Small changes can bring huge effects that completely change the quality of life.
Breathing exercises have been underestimated for many years, but nowadays thanks to growing popularity of meditation and mindfulness classes, patients begin to appreciate the beneficial effect of proper breathing.
Systematic breathing training can give us better quality of sleep, greater immunity and resistance to stress, lower blood pressure, permanent nose unblocking, as well as athletic performance improvement. Even 5 minutes of conscious breathing each morning can positively affect our well-being, and the evening sessions will help us to calm down after a whole day, which will translate into the improvement of our sleep quality.
During visceral therapy, we improve local and body microcirculation. This has a positive effect that affects the distribution of nutrients throughout the body, so we can even better stimulate the body to cope with the problem.
In addition, we improve the work of internal organs
we increase the local and general energy flow in the body, reduce swellings and improve the hormonal balance in the body.
During the procedure, a certain number of points are punctured and the needles are left for 10-30 minutes.
Stimulation by using needles a given area on the patient’s skin improves blood flow to the associated organ through the network of nerve connections, and this mobilizes the body’s immune forces. Very strongly improves blood circulation and oxygenation of tissues, and also strengthens the body.