Dis-ease – Dis ease and Stress
Why dis-ease causes anxiety and stress. Why dis-ease within the mind, body, and emotions leads to physical, mental and emotional disease.
What Is Dis Ease?
Dis-ease means loss of ease, loss of harmony, imbalance, disorder, lack of connectedness.
What Does Disease Mean?
In the modern world, disease tends to refer to illness, sickness, malady such as an infection disease, a rare disease
What Is Stress?
Stress in relation to dis-ease and disease refers to negative stress. Stress is our body’s innate reaction to any situation that needs an adjustment or response. Negative stress is caused by overexposure to chronic and long-term stress without healthy respite in between. The biggest reason why stress causes dis-ease, long-term stress causes disease.
Stress is the body’s reaction to certain events in our everyday lives. We experience tension whenever our body steps up and rises to the challenge posed by the environment. While stress may be a normal body reaction, it can lead to a downward spiral that causes anxiety attacks, low energy levels, and depression if left unchecked for a long time. Addressing stress via distractions such as playing games or listening to music from your iPod can temporarily give you a boost, but addressing the problem directly will put you in a better mental framework.
Here are some tips in reducing dis ease
Live More From The Heart
When you learn to live more from the heart and less by the monkey mind, you tend to have more passion and less frustration
Live In The Moment
When you learn to fully be and live in the moment, you are less focused on tomorrow’s or the past. The biggest root of anxiety and stress.
Do A Job You Love
I have found in my work that those doing jobs for the money than passion are actually more stressed, more anxious and more unhappy. Money certainly doesn’t bring happiness, a stressful job tends to create more dis-ease.
Have A Balanced Lifestyle
A stressful busy imbalanced life is a big cause of dis-ease emotionally, mentally and physically. Those who are mostly motivated by money, status or financial success tend to make a lot of sacrifices to their health and wellbeing. Many are so focused on tomorrow’s balanced lifestyle they get so ill along the way they don’t get to enjoy that dream retirement they have been working for.
Make sure you include some healthy hobbies and activities into your weekly routine. A mixture of healthy activities with relaxing and therapeutic hobbies and past-times is great for the mind, body, and soul.