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Daily mindfeeds will help you discover the truth behind every single choice you make as a human being!

“ Daily miTime management Mindfeed 4 by Diane Shawendfeeds can help develop your Awareness based on Facts Which Can Have Amazing Benefits For Your Life And Success!”

article by Diane Shawe M.Ed

From low to high, every day and each week we experience several degrees of emotions such as: embarrassment, disgrace, feeling guilty, apathy, sorrow, dread, want, anger, pride, bravery, disinterest, willingness, acceptance, understanding, love, delight, peace, enlightenment.

Altho we  jump in and out of different emotions throughout each week, generally there’s a prevailing “normal” state that we live in or preceive it to be normal.

The truth is:

If You Want To Skyrocket Your Success With Business And Improve Your Overall Life…You Need To Have A Look At You Daily Mindfeed!

Why do most people have a tendency to not achieve the success they desire or deserve in their business and overall life?

well there is a saying “Garbage in, Garbage Stays!”

Which brings us to the next important aspect here:

You Can Have Better Success In Business And Life If  You Put Some Energy Into Your Daily Mindfeed!

People who struggle in business and life will find these things in common:

They don’t know Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and how it fits into their own daily life.
They have no idea how to handle failure and guilt
They are living in flight mode instead of Fight Mode
They also don’t understand the anatomy of Fear

 

Stress Management Strategies Mindfeed 6 by Diane ShaweWhat did Abraham Maslow Hypothesis

 

Psychologist Abraham Maslow first introduced his concept of a hierarchy of needs in his 1943 paper “A Theory of Human Motivation”1 and his subsequent book, Motivation and Personality.2 This hierarchy proposes that individuals are motivated to fulfill basic needs before moving on to extra needs.

Maslow thought that these needs are like instincts and play a major role in motivating conduct.  I am not going to set out each need but concentrate on one in partcular.

Why is Self- Actualising Needs Important?

This is the highest level of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Self-actualising individuals are self-conscious, concerned with personal growth, less worried with the opinions of other people and interested in satisfying their potential  WHY.

Daily constructive Mindfeed can often be viewed as the mental and spiritual ingestion needed to perpetuate self awareness, happiness and success.

80% students get qualified sothey can get a job, promotion or start a business

 

 

 

High Blood Pressure, Hypertension: The New AIDS Epidemic?

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Strokes, Heart attack, thinning arteries

High blood pressure could be as devastating to global health as AIDS, causing more deaths over the next two decades than the infectious disease, a group of international experts is warning.

article by Diane Shawe M.Ed

Writing in the International Journal of Epidemiology, three British experts in international health said most governments and aid agencies around the world are doing too little to combat high blood pressure, and that current efforts to target the condition mirror the halting global reaction to HIV/AIDS 20 years ago.

hypertension can move you towards high blood pressure

Manage your Hypertension

In an editorial entitled “Is hypertension the new HIV epidemic? ” the authors — Peter Lloyd-Sherlock from the University of East Anglia, and Shah Ebrahim and Heiner Grosskurth of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine — suggest that “valuable lessons for hypertension could be taken from HIV/AIDS policies,” but health officials are not applying them to the growing rate of high blood pressure.

“Our response to the global epidemic of hypertension seems little better than our response to HIV/AIDS two decades ago: too little too late,” they write. “Can we not wake up earlier this time, before millions have died?

Hypertension is seen as a disease of the West, of prosperity and therefore of little relevance to poorer countries. This is despite the growing body of evidence that prevalences in poorer countries are quickly catching up.” They noted that hypertension is a non-communicable (NCD) disease and argued that the behavioral factors associated with it —obesity, lack of physical exercise, and poor diet — make it difficult to persuade funders and taxpayers to help people who “eat and smoke too much.”

They added that the situation is reminiscent of the slow response to AIDS prior to 1990. “HIV was faced with political denial and public misunderstanding in the early years of the pandemic, especially in some poorer countries,” they said. “There is a similar pattern of denial with hypertension … based on the misguided view that hypertension does not affect poorer social groups.”

“Yet there is substantial evidence that hypertension is highly prevalent among poorer groups and that they are less likely to have access to effective treatment. As with HIV, hypertension can be both a cause and a consequence of poverty, over work, non satisfaction in your job, debt, no job.”

hypertension caused by stress at work  can move you towards high blood pressure

Job burnout and stress in epidemic proportions

Managing your stress and Hypertension in the West.

Today’s workforce is experiencing job burnout and stress in epidemic proportions. Workers at all levels feel stressed out, insecure and misunderstood. Many people feel the demands of the workplace, combined with the demands of home, have become too much to handle. A one-day workshop explores the causes of such stress and suggests general and specific stress management strategies that people can use every day.

 

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