Science has come up with some interesting theories and proof that negative feelings that we experience in our daily lives can have an overall detrimental effect on our own body’s organs. That is right the way you think about a problem now can seriously affect how you feel years or even months down the road. The trick is to put harmful thoughts at ease so that later on we don’t pay for that negative thinking. Such prolonged negative thinking can lead to damage to your organs which in turn can lead to some serious medical conditions. Here are some of the things negative thinking can do to your body.
1 Anger Weakens Your Liver
Over time those pent up angry feelings can have drastic negative effects on your liver. A weakened liver can leave your body prone to many conditions such as cancers, cause it not to function correctly and leave your body open to other illnesses that are affected with a weakened liver. Instead of holding something against someone try to look the other way and meditate on ways to staying calm and angry free. There are methods you can use to help with this such as Yoga, massages, and even a simple thing such as talking to a friend or coworker. Sometimes having someone hear your pent up angry feelings within reason can also help you release those pent up emotions. Another suggestion could be anger management or in some cases seeing a mental health professional such as a therapist. The point is you don’t want those angry feelings leading to other negative consequences down the road.
2 Shock Can Have Serious Negative Consequences on your heart and Kidneys
While we all may experience shock at times in our lives the point is we don’t want to stay in a state of shock as these have serious negative effects on both our heart and kidneys. Such consequences can lead to heart disease, kidney disease which in turn can complicate other body functions down the road. Some examples of extreme shock can be a sudden break up in a long term relationship, losing a job you had for many years, a sudden unexpected death of a close friend or family member. If you find yourself still experiencing a state of shock or unable to shake it off it is a good idea to seek medical help so that you can move on before having negative effects on your heart and kidneys.
3 Fear Weakens The Kidneys
Fear leads to anxiety which can deplete your kidneys of many things including yin, yang, and qi which is the basis of many Chinese medications and theories. Such a depletion can leave your kidneys open to many Chronic and often deadly illnesses if left untreated. Whenever you feel you are in a fearful or anxious moment best advice is to write down on a piece of paper what it is you are most worried about and try to tackle this issue. For example if you are fearful about a new job you are starting try writing the top ten things that worry you the most about it. Once you have a clear idea of what it is that you are fearful of the most try tackling this by laying out a simple plan you can use to address your concerns. If at any point you feel stuck or not sure where to go try consulting your family doctor or even a therapist for help.
4 Worry Weakens the Stomach
Anyone that is overly worried about any situation can tell you that they have had stomach upsets including diarrhea, vomiting, and other chronic medical issues. Scientists have proven that such negative thinking and obsessive worrying can ruin your stomach thus leading you prone to many stomach issues including ulcers, cancers, and other serious Gastro intestinal issues. There are many treatment plans for obsessive worrying and anxiety including medications, therapy, and even seeing a psychiatrist. If you find that you are in a situation where you are constantly over worrying do your body and stomach a favor and seek medical help.
5 Sadness or Grief Weakens your Lungs
Extreme sadness and grief can lead to many chronic problems affecting your lungs including shortness of breath and fatigue. In addition to these problems there are serious mental health issues that can arise such as prolonged bouts of crying and depression. If you or anyone you love is in any sort of prolonged state of sadness or grief it is recommended they seek professional help before the condition seriously affects other parts of their body.
6 Stress Weakens Your Heart and Brain
For years it has been stated that stress is no good for your state of mind. It has now been documented and proven that extended amounts of immense stress can seriously weaken your heart and brain. If left untreated this serious health issue will deplete the function of these organs and lead to many serious health conditions including heart attack, strokes, and other mental disorders.
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