Before sharing natural remedies for anxiety we need to understand well the concept of stress and anxiety as there has been much confusion over its meaning. With a better understanding of its mechanism of action, we will be better prepared to prevent and manage it.
Hans Seyle coined the term in 1936. He defined it as “the non-specific response of the body to any demand for change”. Seyle noted, in numerous experiments, that laboratory animals subjected to acute but different noxious physical and emotional stimuli (blaring light, deafening noise, extremes of heat or cold, perpetual frustration) all exhibited the same pathologic changes of stomach ulcerations, shrinkage of lymphoid tissue and enlargement of the adrenals. He later demonstrated the development of illnesses in animals with long term exposure such as heart attacks, stroke, kidney disease and rheumatoid arthritis.
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Bloating and constipation goes hand in hand and you cannot address bloating if you don’t treat your constipation problem first. Blocked fecal matter difficult the expulsion of gases producing the discomfort and pain of bloating.
With the information given here there are two articles; how to reduce bloating and prevent it and bloated stomach remedies with natural herbs that will help to address these problems and treat the bloating and constipation together instead of treating the symptoms as if they were not related like drugs do.
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There can be many causes to cause bloating, most of them related to bad habits, others related to an incorrect mix of foods. As popular wisdom goes, it is easier to prevent than to reduce and get rid of excessive fermentation gas. We all have wished at least once to know how to reduce bloating but it becomes a problem when it starts to happen too often. In fact bloating is one of the more common ailments among patients who consult with a doctor being one of the hardest to admit because of the shame associated with the symptoms.
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