Did you know there is a simple hack to calm down and think clearly that is left behind by our distant ancestors? And it only takes a few moments.
The adrenal glands sit atop your kidneys and are there to help you deal with stress. They play a pivotal role in ensuring you have the energy to deal with events, from raising your blood pressure as you stand up in the morning and have to deal with gravity, to making you alert and focused when you need to complete a task accurately and to time.
Whilst it still seems impossible to source toilet roll… I mean who is hoarding it all? People I talk to are coming to terms with an heard of level of isolation, and our conversations turn to how they can maintain their mental health and wellbeing during what could be months of limited face to face contact.
No other organ, perhaps no other object in human life, is as imbued with metaphor and meaning as the human heart. Over the course of history, the heart has been a symbol of our emotional lives. It was considered by many to be the seat of the soul, the repository of the emotions. The very word “emotion” stems in part from the French verb “émouvoir,” meaning “to stir up.” And perhaps it’s only logical that emotions would be linked to an organ characterized by its agitated movement.
In this review I’m going to be talking about the Neuvana Xen Vagus Nerve Stimulator, the latest consumer device to claim to reduce your stress and improve your wellbeing. I’ve been using this bad boy for 30 days now and I’ll be sharing my thoughts on whether it really delivers the benefits that it claims to give.