It’s important to let go and forgive. Here are some reasons why.
Forgiveness is good for your heart—literally. One study from the Journal of Behavioral Medicine found forgiveness to be associated with lower heart rate and blood pressure as well as stress relief. This can bring long-term health benefits to your heart and overall health.
A later study found forgiveness to be positively associated with five measures of health: physical symptoms, medications used, sleep quality, fatigue, and somatic complaints. It seems that the reduction in negative affect (depressive symptoms), strengthened spirituality, conflict management and stress relief one finds through forgiveness all have a significant impact on overall health.
A third study, published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, found that forgiveness not only restores positive thoughts, feelings and behaviors toward the offending party (in other words, forgiveness restores the relationship to its previous positive state), but the benefits of forgiveness spill over to positive behaviors toward others outside of the relationship. Forgiveness is associated with more volunteerism, donating to charity, and other altruistic behaviors. (And the converse is true of non-forgiveness.) https://www.verywellmind.com/the-benefits-of-forgiveness-3144954
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Hypothalamic conditions can cause a range of symptoms. Which symptoms you may experience depend on the part of the hypothalamus and types of hormones involved.
Some symptoms that could signal a hypothalamus problem include:
Lose Body Fat
The amount of body fat you carry is directly related to your HGH production
Studies show that fasting leads to a major increase in HGH levels.
Try an Arginine Supplement
When taken alone, arginine may boost HGH.
Reduce Sugar Intake
An increase in insulin can lower HGH production.
Don’t Eat a Lot Before Bedtime
Your body naturally releases significant amounts of HGH, especially at night
Take a GABA Supplement
GABA is a non-protein amino acid that functions as a neurotransmitter, sending signals around your brain.
Exercise at a High Intensity
Exercise is one of the most effective ways to significantly raise your HGH levels.
Take Beta-Alanine and/or a Sports Drink Around Your Workouts
Some exercise supplements can optimize performance and boost your HGH levels.
Optimize Your Sleep
The majority of HGH is released in pulses when you sleep. These pulses are based on your body’s internal clock or circadian rhythm.
Take a Melatonin Supplement
Melatonin is a hormone that plays an important role in sleep and blood pressure regulation