How are you feeling?

How are you feeling?

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Learn about feelings, and possible physical causes and ways to feel better.


Fear and Immunity
Mar 16 • 33 min
Fear of infection is instinctual. We have a natural reaction to get away from anything that seems disgusting - which includes slimy, sticky, yellowish-green things that may be reminding us of spoiled food which can be a risk of infectious disease, or of…
Nrf2 - The Grocery List
Mar 1 • 17 min
The Double Bonus episode, Nrf2 - The Grocery List, has an overview of the health benefits and an extended list of foods that may help reduce inflammation by inhibiting the inflammatory pathways and increasing immune function and beneficial antioxidant…
Love Flavor and Fragrance
Feb 29 • 23 min
This Bonus episode, Love Flavor and Fragrance, includes beneficial foods that help reduce inflammation - which may help reduce obsessive thinking and make forgiving - letting go - a little easier, by reducing excess calcium and NMDA receptor activity. Too…
Forgiveness, the scent of violets
Feb 24 • 11 min
The Trailer has a Goal for the day - love forgiveness, and a wish for a Happy Valentine’s Day! and hope for everyone to have an enjoyable day, today and everyday! A funny quote by Mark Twain was also shared - “Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet…
Love & Forgiveness
Feb 14 • 1 min
Goal for the day - love forgiveness. Happy Valentine’s Day! I’m keeping it brief for now, a trailer, and hope for everyone to have an enjoyable day, today and everyday! Main episode: Forgiveness - The Scent of Violets. Bonus episode: Love Flavor and…
Forest bathing, terpenes, and stress reduction
Feb 10 • 20 min
Being allowed to be curious may help with problem solving. It takes trial and error, repetition with slight variations, to work on a solution. It can take persistence over years or even generations to work on solutions for long term problems. This Bonus…
Problem Solving and Stress
Feb 10 • 30 min
Being allowed to be curious may help with problem solving. It takes trial and error, repetition with slight variations, to work on a solution. It can take persistence over years or even generations to work on solutions for long term problems. This Main…
Problem Solving and Terpenes
Feb 10 • 16 min
Being allowed to be curious may help with problem solving. It takes trial and error, repetition with slight variations, to work on a solution. It can take persistence over years or even generations to work on solutions for long term problems. This episode…
Curiosity, an overview
Jan 21 • 6 min
Trailer: Curiosity, an overview. Is curiosity an emotion? What are emotions anyway? Main Episode: Curiosity and Intrinsic Motivation. The feeling of curiosity may be similar to intrinsic motivation - an internal drive to explore, learn, practice and…
Curiosity Types and UX Design
Jan 20 • 8 min
Bonus: UX Design focuses on improving user experience by planning user expectations and habits into software or product design. Curiosity types may help with design focused on what type of curiosity is motivating the consumer to seek out the product or…
Curiosity & Intrinsic Motivation
Jan 18 • 11 min
The feeling of curiosity may be similar to intrinsic motivation - an internal drive to explore, learn, practice and improve skills. We may have more intrinsic motivation or curiosity about something when we have two things: competence - the challenge is…
Mindfulness - calm during the storm.
Jan 10 • 8 min
Mindfulness and meditation practice can help the brain learn to react more calmly at anytime. Mindfulness need not be thought of as mysterious, it may be as simple as taking time to smell the flowers while you are on a walk - being present in the moment.…
Crankiness - lack of sleep
Jan 10 • 9 min
Crankiness from being overheated and thirsty or dehydrated may be bad for health, and for a good night’s sleep - which might be part of the cause of the health risks. Our brain is cleared of toxins during sleep hours. During normal sleep the body and…
Crankiness - hot and thirsty health risks
Jan 10 • 8 min
Crankiness from being overheated and thirsty or dehydrated may be bad for our heart, brain, and kidneys, and for a good night’s sleep - which might be part of cause the health risks. Our brain is cleared of toxins during sleep hours. The white blood…
Crankiness: hot, thirsty or hormonal?
Jan 10 • 3 min
Crankiness can be due to many reasons that are physical, internal, rather than an external reason like someone else is purposely rattling their silverware too loudly just to bother you - no, they are probably just eating normally and you are overly…
Perseverance and Self control
Jan 9 • 5 min
Emotions may have to do with motivation, and learning self control and perseverance along with the value of rewards and changing strategy as needed or correcting errors to increase reward. The dACC part of the brain, the dorsal Anterior Cingulate Cortex,…
Intermittent Fasting, benefits & cautions
Jan 8 • 13 min
Part two of Hangry and hanxious includes the effects of dietary glutamate and aspartate as possible causes for mood changes that might occur after a food or beverage was eaten, rather than being overly hungry for the next meal. An overview of the topic is…
NMDA receptors & Dopamine
Jan 8 • 15 min
Part two of Hangry and hanxious includes the effects of dietary glutamate and aspartate as possible causes for mood changes that might occur after a food or beverage was eaten, rather than being overly hungry for the next meal. An overview of the topic is…
Hangry & hanxious, part 2
Jan 8 • 8 min
Part two of Hangry and hanxious includes the effects of dietary glutamate and aspartate as possible causes for mood changes that might occur after a food or beverage was eaten, rather than being overly hungry for the next meal. An overview of the topic is…
Hangry and hanxious
Jan 4 • 8 min
Hangry is that angry feeling that can occur when you missed lunch and dinner is still a long way down the road. Some people may feel more anxious when overly hungry - close to tears unless a snack happens first - hanxious. Low magnesium and/or low blood…
Koko and Climate Despair
Jan 1 • 10 min
Negative emotions may help motivate us to change when old strategies are no longer working. Despair, worry, depression can lead to hopelessness and inaction. Words to describe a feeling can help with recognizing when it is happening and may help with…
Do people really want to know?
Dec 31, 2019 • 3 min
How are you feeling? —Do people really want to know, when they ask you that? What should you say? Friendly exchanges can strengthen social bonding while negative moods can negatively affect other’s good mood. Email - [email protected] Twitter -…
Feelings are Wordless
Dec 31, 2019 • 8 min
How are you feeling? — That may be a difficult question to answer because feelings are wordless and we may imagine reasons for the feelings that are wrong. Physical and emotional feelings can be caused within the body and have nothing to do with other…
Intro: How are you feeling?
Dec 30, 2019 • 0 min
How are you feeling? Simple question or complicated? Email - [email protected] Twitter - @denutrients Webpage - peace-is-happy.org/how are you feeling Disclaimer: This information is provided for educational purposes within the guidelines of Fair…