Good Health

Stress Management 101

Our body needs stress in order to remain motivated and keep the spirit high. It is a body mechanism originally developed to cope with difficult and life threatening situations or the so called “fight or flight.” But just life everything else, our body could only take so much. Our body could only take a certain amount of stress that they deplete when facing constant state of difficult circumstances.

  • Greet the sun with a bath

Imagine bathing while listening to a calm music, a scented candle lit, you’re alone relaxing and your mind wandering. Some of us might not have the time to do this but if we could, we should. There’s nothing more satisfying than to freshen up after a long night’s sleep. It frees you from the worries of yesterday and marks a new start. When you freshen up, you are more positive and more alive to face the day.  So greet the sun with a smile and a bath!

  • Get a hobby

Divert your attention. Choose a hobby you enjoy. Creating something out of passion is always rewarding. Paint or draw a portrait or a landscape and hang them in your room, in the washroom or anywhere where you can see them often. That way, you will be reminded that you are not just good for paying the bills, you can do something creative, or if not, you can at least gauge yourself on how much you need to improve.

  • Find your safe haven

Finding your safe haven is a little bit more than staying inside your comfort zone. In finding your safe haven, choose a place that will bring you peace and positivity, a place where your soul can connect to. It is important that you go to a certain place like this once in a while, especially when we are experiencing too much stress in life. This will help us pause for a while and replenish our overall being to be ready to face life as it is.

It’s fair to say that stress is a part of life. Either be consumed by it or learn how to deal with it. Be wise enough to choose how you handle stress and it’s an obvious choice to learn how to deal with it because your attitude towards stress has a huge impact in your life. Be consumed by it and live a miserable and toxic life. Learn how to deal with it and you’ll be able to understand life as it is and live life to the fullest.…

Wellness! Synonymous With Good Health?

“Welfare” is the definition that came from a concern for the devastation caused by the war, and optimism about world peace (the Cold War had not yet begun). WHO was also the first international health organization to be considered responsible for mental health, not only for the health of the body.

The definition adopted by the WHO has been the target of much criticism since then. Defining health as a state of complete well-being makes health an unattainable ideal so that the definition cannot be used as an objective for health services.

Some even affirm that the definition would have allowed the medicalization of human existence, as well as abuses by the State regarding health promotion.

Eight Foods That Help Us Maintain Good Oral Health

The foods we choose and the frequency with which we ingest them affect our general health and, consequently, our teeth and gums. Thus, taking sweets and sugary drinks can lead to cavities eating a diet lacking in specific nutrients can cause the tissues of our mouth, such as the gums, not to resist certain infections. Any good dentist will tell you that sugary foods are best to avoid, the more sugary, the more unhealthy for our teeth and gums. Even for our throats, sugar can cause an adverse affect. Area Ear, Nose and Throat doctors specializing in these fields can attest to this.

A balanced diet, together with proper oral hygiene, is essential to develop and maintain healthy teeth resistant to decay. But let’s know exactly what foods and drinks are beneficial for our mouth:

Milk And Its Derivatives

They are a vital source of calcium, a necessary element for the repair of tooth enamel, protecting teeth from wear. Among the dairy products, it is worth mentioning the cheese, which helps to strengthen the surface of the tooth, and the yogurt, which, in addition to calcium, provides phosphate and casein, very useful for remineralizing the tooth. Of course, the idea is to take these products without sugar.

Fruits And Vegetables

Especially recommended are apples, carrots, and celery, among others, as they have a full effect on the bacterial plaque, which helps to clean the teeth and helps the gums do not swell. In general, fruits and vegetables facilitate the elimination of bacterial plaque and the remains of food that may have remained attached to the teeth by enhancing the production of saliva, a great antibacterial agent.


It also helps to stimulate salivation because if we are not well hydrated, our body will save water and generate less saliva. A person with a dry mouth, for example, has a higher risk of tooth decay, gum disease or oral infections … The general recommendation is to drink between 1.5 and 2 liters of water per day.