Keep in mind 9 body signs for help

Keep in mind 9 body “signs for help”

Core Tip: When the body is under excessive pressure, there are nine healthy physiological reactions, such as urticaria and hair loss.
At this time, paying attention to the body’s “signs for help” and taking decompression measures can be beneficial to health.
  People’s bodies are a complex whole, and problems in one part are usually manifested in other body organs.
Therefore, people should always pay attention to the unusual state that they appear, because this may be a “sign for help” from the body, telling you that you should pay attention to your own health issues.
So, which signals are predicting what kind of problem?
Let us look at these signals from the body.
  1. Frequent urination.
Adrenocortical hormones surge when stressed, stimulating the small intestine and making people want to have a bowel movement.
  2. Hair loss.
Weekday work or study stress can affect human hair follicles, cause hair loss, and last for months.
  3. Mumble.
In a stressful situation, hormones such as adrenaline surge, which can cause headaches or migraines. At the same time, it will affect the normal thinking work of the brain, resulting in it being unable to find suitable words to communicate with others, and only murmuring.
  4. Decreased immunity.
Stress can exacerbate a viral infection, causing a runny nose, cough, or bone pain.
At the same time, stress weakens the immune system, which means that we are more likely to get sick and symptoms can last for a long time.
  5. Nails become fragile.
When people are stressed, the body will release a lot of stress hormones, such as the release of a large amount of acetylcholine silicon, which will cause the nails to become fragile.
  6, the wound is difficult to heal.
In a state of tension, even a seemingly minor scratch or cut may take a long time to heal.
  7, stomach upset.
When people are nervous, a lot of stress hormones are secreted, which directly affects the gastrointestinal tract, causing stomach pain, stomach acid and bloating.
  8. Suffer from skin diseases.
Stress can cause diseases such as hyperhidrosis (sweating), urticaria, allergic dermatitis, and itching of the skin.
  9. Tinnitus.
Stress can cause tinnitus and other hearing problems, causing damage to the hearing system.
  So, in the face of the distress signals from the above people’s bodies, how should we cope with it so that the body can return to a normal state?
I have prepared the following methods for your physical condition, let’s try it together.
  1. The following 3 simple rules can help you reduce your daily mental stress.
First of all, learn to breathe smoothly. When emotions are impulsive, we will hold our breath involuntarily. This will only aggravate the mental stress.
Second, correct posture.
This is because mental stress will gradually make us hump back and straighten it out, as if removing a bunch of heavy objects from our shoulders, correcting our posture can improve personal confidence.
Finally, regulate behavior.
Keep in mind even when there is little hope: you can change the current bad situation and make it better.
  2. Don’t rush to get up.
After waking up in the morning, lie on your back, stretch your body, and then lie on the limbs, stretch your back, and give the spine “wake up” time.
  3. Take fewer elevators.
Go up and down the stairs for more than 6 minutes every day, which will keep you refreshed.
  4. Pay attention to walking posture.When walking at home or in the park, holding your chest up and walking is very effective for maintaining your figure.

If you walk normally, you can consume twice as much displacement.

  5. Exercise every day.

Jumping around, standing squatting, squatting arms around, etc.

Doing these actions every day will help you stay in shape and improve blood circulation.

  6. Pack the kitchen after meals.

Do n’t sit down or lie down immediately after you eat, you can clean up the table, wash the dishes, and then do other work.

In short, forcing yourself to exercise for 15 minutes after a meal.

  7. Don’t sit for long.

Do some simple gymnastics while watching TV.

During work, don’t call coworkers from other rooms, but walk over in person.

  8. Make a lot of contacts.

A person who is good at communication is half less likely to be sick than a lonely person.

  9, smile often.

Laughter has a wonderful effect on strengthening the immune system. It can both consume energy and regulate mood.