It’s time for calm. In an era of emotionally charged circumstances, there’s never been a greater need to watch what we say and be willing to listen. Calm, a mindfulness meditation app that helps you appreciate life and enables you to handle what’s thrown your way.
Mental health issues are on the rise globally, as a pandemic has shaken humanity to its boots. Mindfulness meditation is not a cure on its own for anxiety or depression, but it can go along way to help in managing stress. Neuroscience explains how mindfulness meditation changes the structure and size of the brain, stimulating growth between different regions. Daily practice relieves stress, improves attention, strengthens the immune system, and even reduces pain.
The world is consumed by the story of the Coronavirus, a disease that’s permeated every waking thought. When was the last time you gave your mind a break and didn’t rack your brain about how events are affecting your life? 10 ways to manage stress and strengthen the immune system. Mindfulness Meditation is highly effective in calming the nerves and staying positive.
CONTROL YOUR MIND AND THE WORLD IS YOURS
Mental health is of prime concern as growing numbers across all generations suffer from anxiety, from the fall out of the pandemic. Social distancing and isolation changing the very way we relate with each other.
Technology has facilitated global communication, yet close to 20% of the worlds population, suffer from symptoms related to mental health disorders, and rising, especially in the aftermath of COVID19. Many would argue more.
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FOOD REGULATIONS ARE AN EXISTENTIAL THREAT [FUELING THE ARGUMENT FOR PLANT-BASED DIETS]
The most alarming event in modern history, this century, is the Coronavirus pandemic. The Chinese government has claimed it’s the result of animal-based food sold in a Wuhan wet market.
International intelligence agencies suspect the virus may have been the result of negligence at a Wuhan lab. If what the Chinese government claims is correct, and the origin is a wet-market, then the wet markets must be closed immediately. Yet they have been reopened.
Whichever the case, China must be held responsible for lax regulations in managing the storage and distribution of animal products. The SARS-CoV-2 virus (commonly known as Coronavirus (COVID-19) has been transmitted from animals and adapted itself to humans.
Either close the wet markets, or close the labs. The Chinese government can’t have it both ways. They must be held to account, for the hundreds of thousands of deaths worldwide, from their regulatory failure. The economic fallout will only bring further misery to the lives of millions.