The Cornerstone Blog
Have you looked at your to-do list recently and thought “how am I ever going to get it all done?” We are currently living in a world where we are time crunched and over-scheduled.
Burnout can affect a variety of things from your ability to handle change, your mood and yes, even your periods. From causing you to skip a period or worse
One of the cardinal signs of burnout that many people miss at first is an increase in irritability and snapping. This can be due to cortisol, and adrenaline.
Burnout doesn’t just affect female hormones, it also affects male sperm counts by decreasing the counts and testosterone levels.
From shortening periods, to worsening PMS, to changing your ovulation patterns; burnout can affect your hormones in so many ways.
Understanding how burnout affects your immune system can make all the difference between being continually sick or staying healthy.
But did you know that only about 8% of people who make resolutions succeed in keeping them? However, there’s a way to change your resolution creation technique that results in resolutions that stick. And it all has to do with the science of habits.
So while you’re sitting down to dinner at the company party or can’t quite figure out why you haven’t had a proper bowel movement in three days, keep these important tips in mind.
Living a minimalistic life can calm your mind by reducing the stress placed upon it, create less ongoing negative brain stimuli, and help you appreciate the now versus what your mind still thinks it needs.
With some sage advice to start the season with care – this year you’ll stay merry and healthy, I swear!
By focusing on the little things that make you happy, your health, and the act of responding versus reacting (all simple aspects of life that you can control), life will inevitably become stress-less and filled with a much better sense of peace
Luckily, there’s an option that involves using Halloween to teach your kids some healthy eating habits. This is what it looks like.