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Emotions are experiences triggered by your mind and body's response to situations. There is a distinction between emotions and moods: emotions have an identifiable reason, while moods do not.
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Mind & Mental

Can Work Stress Be Good for You?

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Mind & Mental

What TCM Says About Managing Emotions

Knowing how to regulate your emotions by understanding your body can be the difference between poor and good health. Learn ways to manage your emotions.

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Mind & Mental

Ways to Get Rid of a Caffeine Addiction

Looking to quit your caffeine addiction? Addressing it with natural remedies may help you kick the craving.

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In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), emotions are regarded as manifestations of the physiological functions in several organs, which include the heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, and lungs. Separately, jing (essence) and qi (vital energy) are the basis of all emotional activities. TCM divides emotions into seven unique categories: anger, anxiety, fear, grief, terror, overthinking and extreme elation. Each of these emotions is capable of damaging the organs if they are not addressed appropriately.
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Mind & Mental

How to Quit Smoking and What to Expect

It isn’t easy to quit smoking. Luckily, we’ve got some tips that will boost your chances of doing so!

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Acknowledging your emotions will help you deal with different situations with clarity and manage them rationally. The more acquainted you become with your feelings, the better you can be at knowing yourself and managing your emotional health.

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