Diabetes And Happiness
Category : Diabetes And Happiness
It’s easy to think health breeds happiness.
Not necessarily. researchers are learning that the connection between mental and physical health is more complex.
Good health doesn’t guarantee you a pair of rose-colored glasses.
And while people with chronic illnesses such as diabetes are more likely to become depressed, they don’t all become unhappy.
Everyday habits and choices can impact our well-being, especially with diabetes.
Blood sugars are closely tied with our emotions.
Chronic illness can present as an opportunity to make changes to a poor diet, smoking habits and lack of physical activity.
Optimism is a wonderful attribute a pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.
Your mental state can help or harm your health. In fact, it may be that happiness breeds health!
The reasons for the health benefits of happiness aren’t hard to find. Emotions strongly affect the immune system.
Positive moods reduce stress-related hormones, increase immune function and promote the speedy recovery of the heart after exertion.
I had a lovely time today walking in the countryside around Mooncoin,I came across a lot of very pretty houses and gardens especially near a lovely nursery called Farrell’s nursery!
I stopped the car at the corner of a very pretty house!
The entrance to the very pretty house!
The pretty house had some lovely pink flowers that I admired!
Then I walked further down the road and I came across a sign for Farrell’s nursery!
I then decided to turn around to look at the other houses in the area before I ventured into Farrell’s nursery!
See below a selection of very attractive houses and gardens situated below Farrell’s nursery!
This is a lovely house up on a hill surrounded by hedges and a small tree!
Then I passed a lovely red berry tree!
I then came across one of the most gorgeous gardens I have ever seen!
See below a selection of photos! What do you think?
After viewing the fabulous garden above I came across another house which was very pretty also!
See below a picture of the pretty house!
I saw a number of houses and gardens below Farrell nursery,see below a selection of these houses and gardens!
After that I was feeling a bit tired as I had walked a lot that day around other areas in Mooncoin taking photos!
So I turned around and went back to Farrell’s nursery ,see below for the sign!
I was welcomed by two black dogs at the entrance to the nursery,initially I was a bit afraid of the bigger one but then I saw they were just like Hachi and Bruno my own two pets and I thought they are just two harmless pets!
See below a picture of the entrance to Farrell’s nursery and the two pets!
After meeting the two dogs a very kind friendly man asked me could he help me,I just said I wanted to promote his nursery on my website!
He then told me he was just starting off and there wasnt much plants in his two polytunnels yet!
I told him I didnt mind that I could take some photos of his lovely garden!
So I hope through this website this article will help him get a lot of visitors to his nursery as I think once the nursery is setup properly it will be great!
I think it could be the kind of nursery where he could sell potted plants,minature trees,small water features,hanging baskets,window boxes and garden features such as garden plaques,keyrings with garden logos and cards with garden designs!
How about you have you any good ideas to help this kind man that would make his start off nursery a success,cheap and cheerful is best!
See below a selection of lovely pictures of his garden!
Farrell’s nursery is going to be a lovely little nursery especially if you all could help him by coming up with some great ideas!
I think that if he put a sign in the village of Mooncoin which is only five minutes walk from his nursery more people would know about it and would go there for a visit!
After leaving Farrell’s nursery I took photos of more houses and gardens in the area!
See below a selection of houses and gardens,what do you think arent they lovely!
How about you I bet you have a lovely house and garden,or maybe you like houses and gardens in your area if so I would love if you would take a photo and put them in the comment section below!
Scientists and psychologists have known for some time that negative emotions harm health.
Negative emotions such as depression, fear, anger, and anxiety lead to a stress response in the body and release of hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol.
Negative emotions can increase cholesterol, inflammation, and the risk of heart disease.
Studies have shown that negativity can weaken the immune system, increase the risk of disease, and shorten your life span.
People who are in a healthier psychological state are more likely to engage in healthy behaviors.
They tend to exercise, eat healthfully, drink less alcohol, and are less likely to smoke.
What Is Happiness?
In our daily life we constantly experience happiness and unhappiness, but we are still quite ignorant as to what happiness really is.
Everywhere there are many who hope to win the lottery some day; they think that this way they will find happiness.
Some in fact do win. However, this does not bring them the happiness for which they yearn so much.
Research suggests, more money doesn’t bring us more happiness,people who prioritize material things over other values are much less happy, and comparing ourselves with people who have more is a particular source of unhappiness.
People value time with family and friends more than money and material things!
I think that people love to learn new things like I loved creating this website!
We went out to lunch on Sunday with my Inlaws for my mother-in-law’s birthday!
We had a lovely time,first we went to Clonmel for a bite to eat and then headed off to Dungarvan for a look around the town!
The lunch was good value,with plenty of food on the plates.
The best thing to remember is that people are very nice when you get to know them!
People are really just looking to be loved!I hope you understand that I would like to help people as much as I can!
People are lovely and kind inside if only they would relax and enjoy themselves!
People dont realise that life is for enjoyment and helping each other not for competing against each other!
People are great at putting each other down but not so good at uplifting each other!
People need to support each other more by being kind to each other,listen to each other,show affection,help out in difficult times!
People also need to love themselves more by being kind to themselves by stopping negative thoughts and by focusing on positive thoughts!
People need to know that this life is wonderful if only we all started to love ourselves and love each other!
When we went to Dungarvan we saw loads of people enjoying themselves on the seafront and that was nice!
Life can be wonderful but without family and friends it can be lonely!So remember it’s really important to love each other especially when times are hard!
Research suggests that happiness is a combination of how satisfied you are with your life (for example, finding meaning in your work) and how good you feel on a day-to-day basis.
Happiness comes when you feel satisfied and fulfilled.
Happiness is a feeling of contentment, that life is just as it should be.
Our individual needs vary based on our genetics, how we were raised, and our life experiences.
That complex combination is what makes each of us unique, both in our exact needs, and in every other aspect of what makes us the person we are.
You have the ability to control how you feel—and with consistent practice, you can form life-long habits for a more satisfying and fulfilling life.
The secret of happiness lies in building a strong inner self that no trial or hardship can ruin.
Happiness for anyone—man or woman—does not come simply from having a formal education, from wealth or from marriage.
It begins with having the strength to confront and conquer one’s own weaknesses.
Only then does it become possible to lead a truly happy life.
Happiness doesn’t exist in the past or in the future. It only exists within our state of life right now, here in the present, as we face the challenges of daily life.
Happiness is not a life without problems, but rather the strength to overcome the problems that come our way.
There is no such thing as a problem-free life; difficulties are unavoidable. But how we experience and react to our problems depends on us.
Absolute happiness is something we must find within. It means establishing a state of life in which we are never defeated by trials, and where just being alive is a source of great joy. This persists no matter what we might be lacking, or what might happen around us.
True happiness is found in a life of constant advancement.
Look at your situation, not with despair, but for opportunity.
We all have our own special skills and talents,share your knowledge and experience the joy of learning and teaching.
A sense of purpose is what drives happy people ,life can either be something you embrace or something you hide from.
Happy people appreciate the life they have and value each minute of every day and live like there’s no tomorrow and make the most out of any situation.
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Happy people see each moment as a challenge, where they can learn more about their true selves and continue to grow.
These people dare to dream and work hard to get where they want to be.
They realize life is what you make of it, and although life can throw you some awfully big blows, these types of people do not let bumps in the road deter them from reaching their goals.
They do not look at what they are missing in life, rather, they appreciate the fortunes that they do have.
Happiness is not having what you want; it’s wanting what you have!
“My Wish For You”
I wish for you
Comfort on difficult days,
Smiles when sadness intrudes,
Rainbows to follow the clouds,
Laughter to kiss your lips,
Sunsets to warm you heart,
Gentle hugs when spirits sag,
Friendship to brighten your being,
Beauty for your eyes to see,
Confidence for when you doubt,
Faith so you can believe,
Courage to know yourself,
Patience to accept the truth,
And “LOVE” To complete your life.
Advantages Of Being A Diabetic
Diabetes, like any other disease or health condition, has the potential to make us grow.
That does not mean that it is not sometimes very hard to live with diabetes,however having a lot of negative emotions and thoughts about our diabetes is clearly not going to get us out of this situation.
On the contrary, it would surely worsen it!
Trying to “fight” diabetes is surely not the best way to deal with it,i think the best concept is to believe that whatever you’re doing to treat your illness is helping you overcome it.
We should listen to the advice given to us by our doctor on medication, diet and exercise and educate ourselves on all aspects of diabetes.
No matter how negative you perceive your life right now, there is surely something you can be grateful for.
Start there and see how, little by little, you’ll think of more things to be grateful for.
For a long time I used to think of diabetes as a negative thing in my life but over the years I have come to realise that it has brought me positive things too.
(Please note there is a difference between saying having diabetes is a good thing, and that there can be good things about having diabetes.)
How To Be Happy With Diabetes
Counting your blessings can take your mind out of the default negative-thinking mode and help you practice positivity.
Before you get out of bed each morning thinks of things you are grateful for.
Focus away from what your chronic condition is taking out of your life and toward what’s possible.
Start the day by asking yourself: “What’s new today? What can I do today that I didn’t do yesterday?”
People who keep “gratitude journals” feel more optimism and greater satisfaction with their lives.
And research shows that writing a “gratitude letter or card” to someone you’ve never properly thanked brings a major boost of happiness.
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