What is emotional regulation disorder?

What is emotional regulation disorder?

Emotional regulation disorder is a condition where someone has difficulty managing their feelings. This inability to adequately regulate emotions is referred to as dysregulation. Dysregulation is a poor ability to manage emotional responses or keep reactions within an acceptable range. A person with emotional regulation disorder is more likely to experience dramatic changes in mood….

Human Growth Hormone

Human Growth Hormone

Not so long ago I conducted extensive study on HGH (Human Growth Hormone), and while research the details of this particular hormone, I’ve discovered with a balanced level of HGH you can live longer, healthier and happier. Human (HGH) growth hormone regulates the chemicals in our body, which the substance produces through the body’s endocrine…

Emotional Stress

Emotional Stress

Emotional stress is a leading stress, which can have a positive effect on everyone. Mental stress, physical stress, and emotional stress are different types of stress that a person can experience. Too much stress can have adverse side effects on the body and mind. Having no stress can also give one an unexciting life. By…

Aging is an adversary

Aging is an adversary

Aging is an adversary to human life. It weakens the strengths and robs us of the pleasures we experience in life. Aging is crippling, which ultimately claims our lives. Millions of people with age related health conditions die each year. Rather few people know that degenerative aging can be reasonably slowed with diet and lifestyle…

Dealing with Stress

Dealing with Stress

We all go through days when the world seems to tumble on our shoulders. At this time we may feel living healthier, longer, and happier is out of reach. Some of us deal with stress as it comes our way, while others find it hard to handle. What is the problem? Stress is a daily…

Self Help Tools

Self Help Tools

We should only discussing about exercise, nutrition, vitamins, and so forth, and we can move to live healthier, happier, and longer. Still, we need to consider habits, behaviors, thinking, and conduct to live a fuller lifestyle. Some behaviors many people conform to include placating, sparring, always right, daydreams, derailing, filters, reading minds, advice, rehearsing, judging,…