Many of us are not aware of the things that influence our health, both physical and mental.
Find out what a recent study showed about the most fatal disease today.
Cancer is the most deadly disease of modern society, which affects all people, regardless of gender and age.
Cancer is, in fact, a collection of changed cells that grow irregularly in our body.
When it comes to cancer, researchers were trying to determine what exactly causes it.
Many believe that cancer is linked to factors of environmental pollution, the presence of chemicals, food and, of course, genetic predispositions.
In the body there are ‘killer’ cells that are struggling with the disease in the body and if the body does not have these cells you are more susceptible to the risk of cancer.
However, what exactly leads to the destruction of these killer cells?
Many factors affect the depletion of ‘killer’ cells, whose function is to combat diseases in the body.
We encounter one of these factors every day, and we are not aware how much it negatively influences on our health.
We all know that it is not healthy to be too negative.
Most of us think that it’s important for our mental health. Studies have shown that negativity has a great influence on our bodies.
This is because stress causes physical changes.
Being pessimistic or too stressed, or simply negative increases the levels of cortisol and adrenaline.
Once in there is a surplus of these hormones in the body, they destroy the healthy cells.
Fortunately, there are many ways to deal with pessimism and negativity.
Primarily we should just let go of the negativity that we feel towards ourselves and others. If others were unjust towards you, forgive them.
If you were unjust to others, redeem yourselves.
This technique has proven to be favorable by our immune system. One study included a survey of the attitude of HIV-positive people.
Patients who had a greater attitude had a higher amount of CD4 cells, which are used to fight cancer.
Of course, there are other health benefits. Forgiving people and releasing negativity lowers the blood pressure, which reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke, and also improves the quality of sleep.
If you hold your anger or are simply pessimistic, learn to forgive, because that will be very useful for your health.
Rest assured that you will thus improve both your mental and physical health. Let the anger go to have a happy and healthy life.
Stress is simply a reaction to a stimulus that disturbs our physical or mental equilibrium.
In other words, it’s an omnipresent part of life.
A stressful event can trigger the ‘fight-or-flight’ response, causing hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol to surge through the body.