Thursday, December 15, 2016
Mysterious Ways and the Boom Boom
"If you want to kiss the sky, better learn how to kneel On your knees, boy!"
That I have with a lady I fell for. But to note at the time I knew this was a big
thing, a destiny kind of thing, red string of fate. So I did, beg her to come back
as I was on my knees! When you have a destiny its clear, because she has boom boom!
But the point is the healing power of lovers in space and time.
Support is a healing thing if you love your lover you have their best interest
in mind. So in their nature they are supported as they get pushed back from the cliff
they are going off. So if one is happy all is happy also! Never a bad thing!
It's just the point of doing so. There is a time to let in the love so your lover can have
the same. About the lovers boom, boom and value to each other and to all!
Ways That Love Benefits Your Health:
Love improves self-esteem, which leads to better self-care. Self-love is key because when you love yourself, you are much more likely to engage in activities that contribute to better nutrition and physical fitness, and less likely to make unhealthy lifestyle choices.
Love is a great antidote to stress. Love counteracts the fight-or-flight response that we so often find ourselves in. Even low levels of stress cause the body to release cortisol, which is associated with an increased risk of developing high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and depression. Love downregulates the production of cortisol. Love encourages your body to produce oxytocin, the "feel-good" or "love" hormone. Oxytocin can reduce cardiovascular stress and improve the immune system, which in turn decreases cell death and inflammation. Love also causes the production in your brain of norepinephrine and dopamine (both hormones associated with adrenaline), which leads to increased feelings of joy and pleasure. Love really is your best medicine.
Love decreases anxiety and staves off depression, which subsequently reduces the signs and symptoms of heart disease. In his book Love and Survival: Eight Pathways to Intimacy and Health, Dean Ornish, M.D describes one study where married men who suffered from angina (chest pains) experienced far less angina if they felt loved by their wives, even despite high risk factors like high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
Love decreases inflammation, improves your immune system, and can be a potent pain reliever. A recent study from the Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research at Ohio State University College of Medicine showed that people who are lonely develop more reactivation of latent viruses than those that are well connected. Possible mechanisms for these actions include increased release of cytokines, better relaxation and the release of endorphins
Sleeping next to someone you love makes you feel more relaxed, which helps you to sleep better. Numerous studies have linked the benefits to the feel-good hormone oxytocin. Adequate rest is vital to heart health and overall well-being, as much of the reparative work of the body is done during sleep.