Your Emotions And
Health Are Intertwined

emotions-and-healthEmotions and Health

Your emotions and health are very much connected. For example, if you are feeling anxious, hostile, resentful, angry, and jealous most of the time, it will affect your blood pressure, your heart, your stomach, your liver and your digestion thus affecting your health.

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Prolonged anger can give you headaches and even lead to a heart attack.

Anxiety caused by feelings of fear such as fear of dying, or loss of your job, partner of house can be accompanied by muscular tension which can reside in your shoulders and neck, restlessness such as foot tapping, fatigue, lack of sleep, bad dreams and problems in concentration.

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Did you know,

"Every thought and emotion we experience causes a chemical response in our bloodstream, our organs, and our immune system. Repressed negative emotions trigger dissonant vibrations in the body, which can ultimately lead to dis-ease?"

This statement is taken from the book, "Sacred Pampering Principles" by Debrena Jackson Gandy.

Did you also know that every cell in our body has an emotional receptor?

Therefore, it is believed that over time, constant and unexpressed negative thoughts, ideas, and emotions (anxiety) when they become blocked weaken our bodies and make them vulnerable to diseases such as cancer, and more particularly diseases of the breast, uterus, ovaries, vagina and cervix.

I know from my work as a spiritual counselor, that negative and blocked emotions can cause illness. During a session, I show clients how to discharge negative emotions.

Read how research proves that emotions and health are related.

Research Showing How Emotions
And Health Are Interrelated

Scientist, Dr. Candace Pert has spent a good part of her life in finding the receptor that connects human negative emotions and illness. She said the following:
"The chemicals that are running our body and our brain are the same chemicals that are involved in emotion. And that says to me that . . . we'd better pay more attention to emotions with respect to health."

You can find more information on Dr. Pert at Dr. Candace Pert. PhD.
  • According to a research published in the journal Health Psychology, Benita Jackson, Ph.D., a psychologist at Smith College, Northampton, Mass. found that losing your temper may make you lose some breathing capacity.
  • Jackson and her colleagues analyzed a subset of 629 patients from the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Adults Study cohort to find any relationship between hostility and decreased lung function.
  • Another study from Harvard School of Public Health studied hostility in men and found that those with higher rates of hostility not only had poorer pulmonary functioning (breathing problems), but experienced higher rates of decline as they aged.
  • In another study from Ohio State University, those who had less control over their anger tended to heal more slowly from wounds.

Researchers gave blisters to 98 participants and found that, after 8 days, those who had less control over their anger also tended to be slower healers.

In addition, those participants also tended to have more cortisol (a stress hormone) in their system during the blistering procedure, suggesting that they may be more stressed by difficult situations as well.

 Emotions and Health Are Related; How Does Personality Affect Your Health?

Your personality traits affect your health because your personality traits dictate how you handle stress. If you are a “nice” person who doesn’t express anger or frustration appropriately, you could damage your health.

Some doctors call this the "cancer personality" because personality affects cancer cells. If you're too nice, you may be repressing negative emotions, which affects your heart health negatively.

You learn how to discharge negative emotions during a session with me

Heart disease or even cancer can develop from a suppressed immune system, which can be caused by not making waves and being polite at all costs. So, certain personalities are more prone to certain diseases.

Another Study Showing How
Emotions And Health Are Related

Researchers at Duke University Medical Center found that negative personality traits increase the risk of coronary heart disease.

depressionDepression

These negative personality traits include anxiety, hostility, anger, and bouts of depression. The traditional risk factors of heart disease are high blood pressure, elevated cholesterol levels, and extra weight.

Each negative personality trait by itself is associated with heart disease; together the traits are the best predictor of your risk for developing poor heart health.

These researchers encourage doctors to address negative personality traits in an attempt to promote long-term heart health - as well as cholesterol and immune system health.

Online Help Is Available In the Comfort Of Your Home

If you know that your emotions are causing you emotional and physical pain, my releasing therapy technique works immediately. I can help you to release the root of your blocked emotions.

It is through my intuitive and psychic abilities and communicating in the spiritual realm that I am guided to help others to heal.

You can contact me for a session at online spiritual counseling where I will teach you how to release negative emotions from your body.

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