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Why We Don’t Protect the Bullied

December 22, 2011 1 comment


Ever experienced being bullied because of your sweating condition? By far this I believe is the worst to happen if you have hyperhidrosis. And if you are not prepared and get more anxious how to handle the situation, you might resort to an action that is totally unsatisfactory and will aggravate your condition further. That is why complete understanding of your condition and constant dose of inspirations and enlightenment is so important.

According to an article, the two most common reason why others ”don’t care’ are:  1/ individuals do not feel pressure to take action in the presence of other people and  2/ people have a tendency to behave in socially acceptable ways.

Bear this in mind in case somebody will verbally attack or bully you while others remain as bystanders. You need a little understanding how they work mentally.

Follow this article: http://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/why-dont-protect-bullied-145700632.html




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Nine Reasons Why You Can’t Focus

December 19, 2011 Leave a comment


In this article, anxiety is emphasized as one of major reasons why we cannot concentrate. Obviously when we are so alert with our sweaty condition, our brain respond to it as real or imagined threat.

See their suggestions how to resolve these situations.

What was I just saying? 9 reasons you can’t focus.

As usual, a little shift of behavior is all it takes.



Spot a Liar in 20 Seconds

December 14, 2011 Leave a comment


According to this new study from the University of California, Berkeley, all it takes is 20 seconds to decide whether or not a stranger is trustworthy.

They even test its connection to our gene receptor.

These signs include:

  1. Inconsistent behavior
  2. A steady gaze
  3. Not enough mouth
  4. A quick smile

So the next time somebody praises you, these are the indicators.

How to spot a liar in 20 seconds flat.



Less Stress And a Long Life: Just Breathe

December 6, 2011 Leave a comment


The hurried holiday season is the perfect time to remember to breathe. A full schedule of holiday parties, gift shopping, family time, and traveling can make your head spin. You can relax amid the holiday busyness and decrease stress in your everyday life with one simple habit: take a five-minute breathing break everyday.

Less Stress And a Long Life: Just Breathe.

 

HAPPY HOLIDAY!..


Sickness Shows in Your Face

December 5, 2011 Leave a comment


This is a link which mentions stress creating visible signs in our face. If not managed accordingly, the stress or anxiety brought by your hyperhidrosis might appear in your face somehow.

Check the mirror: Sickness shows in your face.