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Those aches and pains might be stress

Are you suffering from  mysterious aches and pains? It might just be stress.

According to Dr Gabor Mate, author of When the Body Says No: The Cost of Hidden Stress, stress causes many more physical symptoms than we realize. Unexplained pain can be a signal from the body to alert you to the fact that you’re over-taxing yourself.

Now they tell me.

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SOURCE: 10 Signs You Are Under Too Much Pressure at Work | Lifehack

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Save time, don’t multitask

Multitasking is a myth. It doesn’t save time. Countless studies show this, but I’m still doing it. I need to stop. And so do you.

You might think that you are getting more done and saving time by multitasking, but studies show we’re not the brilliant multitaskers we think we are. Research conducted at Stanford University, for example, found that people who multitask are less productive and waste more time when switching between tasks than if they had stuck with one task until they finish. Moreover, multitasking damages the brain. The human brain is simply not capable of focusing on multiple tasks at once.

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Source: 10 Reasons Why Some People Feel Like They Don’t Have Enough Time

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There’s a Connection Between Your Food Choices And Personality Type

Did you know that your personality affects your food choices? That’s what this article tells us:

[snip] …five research findings that suggest a connection between food choices and certain personality types. The ultimate goal is to examine the findings to determine whether they are accurate and reliable, i.e. to see if we can use the information to our advantage and make a positive lifestyle change… [snip]

Not a surprise: Overly emotional people tend to gorge on snacks in secret. I do that. I call it “stress eating.”

The other four behaviors:

  • Thrill seekers love spicy food.
  • People-pleasers overeat when they have company.
  • Conscientious people are more likely to eat more fruit and veggies.
  • Extroverts are fond of animal fat, sweets and alcohol.

Which behavior do you fall in?

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Source: 5 Research Findings To Reveal The Connection Between Your Food Choices And Personality Type

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