We worried about random things every day, what if my daughter gets contacted with flu-like coronavirus. What if this economy will take a lot longer than we thought to go back up. If I lose my job, can I still send my kids to school? Should I move out of a big apartment to a small apartment so we can be prepared? I have 3 years loan to pay for my new car….
Millions of millions of things that we have to worry about. Because WE HATE LOSING THAN GAINING!!!!
Losing is something we cannot bear. Things that we had, we never wanted to give up anything. It is our nature.
When you are worried, many things are happening in your body.
Faster heartbeat, consume more oxygen, reducing your immune system, sleep disorders etc...
The best medicine of all is to be happy and stress-free.
Before taking Prozac or any anti-anxiety medication, play with soil!
A recent study found out that human contacting organic soil will actually reduce stress level and it has been proven scientifically.
From “Identification of an Immune-Responsive Mesolimbocortical Serotonergic System: Potential Role in Regulation of Emotional Behavior,” by Christopher Lowry et al., published online on March 28 in Neuroscience.
The soil microbe mycobacterium vaccae has been found to mirror the effect on neurons in the brain that drugs like Prozac can provide but without side effects.
The way it works as “happy” microbes in soil by raising cytokine levels, which leads to the production of more serotonin.
This bacterium is found in healthy soil and when humans are exposed to it, the microbe stimulates serotonin production. Serotonin makes us feel relaxed and happy.
Conversely, lack of serotonin has been linked to depression, anxiety, OCD, and bipolar disorders.
Some studies on cancer patients have demonstrated better quality of life and less stress when patients were given mycobacterium vaccae.
So what do you say, take your children back yard of yours, start to plant something! If you don’t have a yard, go hike on the mountain! Take a piece of dirt in the mountain, you can grow some flower with it
The answer is always right there for you, just to need to where to find them 😊